His main research concerns Conditionality, Resizing, Accession, Politics and Democracy. His research integrates issues of Incentive, Economic system and Europeanisation in his study of Conditionality. His Incentive study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as East-Central Europe, Power and International economics.
His Resizing research incorporates elements of Institutionalism, Political economy and Development economics. His work carried out in the field of Institutionalism brings together such families of science as Positive economics and European integration. The various areas that Ulrich Sedelmeier examines in his Politics study include Economy, Human rights and State.
Ulrich Sedelmeier mainly focuses on Resizing, Accession, Political economy, Conditionality and Economic system. His Resizing study also includes
Development economics, which have a strong connection to Positive economics,
Public administration which connect with Public policy. His study on Accession also encompasses disciplines like
International economics that connect with fields like Government and Power,
Enforcement, which have a strong connection to Anti corruption.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Amsterdam Treaty, Economic history and Politics, International relations. His Politics study combines topics in areas such as European integration and Economy. His Conditionality research includes elements of Incentive, East-Central Europe, International trade and Negotiation.
Ulrich Sedelmeier mainly investigates Accession, Conditionality, Sanctions, International economics and Eastern european. He regularly ties together related areas like Incentive in his Accession studies. The concepts of his Sanctions study are interwoven with issues in International trade, Democracy and Corruption.
Ulrich Sedelmeier works mostly in the field of Democracy, limiting it down to concerns involving Political economy and, occasionally, European integration. His International economics research integrates issues from Government and Legislation. His Eastern european studies intersect with other disciplines such as State, Diversity, Legitimacy and Resizing.
Eastern european, Conditionality, Accession, Law and Incentive are his primary areas of study. His study in Eastern european intersects with areas of studies such as Resizing, Legitimacy, Diversity and State. In the field of Law, his study on Politics, Democracy and Sanctions overlaps with subjects such as Social pressure and Scope.
In most of his Incentive studies, his work intersects topics such as International economics.
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