Will H. Moore mostly deals with State, Government, Development economics, Democracy and Dissent. Will H. Moore regularly ties together related areas like Demographic economics in his State studies. The study incorporates disciplines such as Political economy, Forced migration, Politics, Polity and Internally displaced person in addition to Development economics.
His Politics course of study focuses on Institution and Argument. His studies examine the connections between Democracy and genetics, as well as such issues in Human rights, with regards to Refugee and Persecution. Dissent is the subject of his research, which falls under Law.
His main research concerns Politics, Political economy, State, Law and Torture. His Politics research includes elements of Test, Power and Market economy. His Political economy research integrates issues from Competition, Ethnic group, Foreign policy and Set.
His work investigates the relationship between Foreign policy and topics such as Development economics that intersect with problems in Internally displaced person, Refugee, Polity, International conflict and Coercion. The concepts of his State study are interwoven with issues in Dissent and Gender studies. The various areas that Will H. Moore examines in his Torture study include Government, Criminology, Amnesty and Democracy.
Will H. Moore focuses on Torture, Law, Human rights, Politics and Government. His Torture study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Criminology, Amnesty and Democracy. His research investigates the connection between Criminology and topics such as State that intersect with problems in Law enforcement, Veto and Liberal democracy.
While the research belongs to areas of Human rights, Will H. Moore spends his time largely on the problem of Law and economics, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Incentive, International law, Fundamental rights, Linguistic rights and International human rights law. His Politics research incorporates elements of Social science, Cultural conflict and Hierarchy. His study in Government is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Competition, Computer security, Set, Terrorism and Public opinion.
Will H. Moore mainly investigates Human rights, Law, Torture, Government and Amnesty. His Human rights study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Law and economics. Terrorism, Dissent, State, Liberal democracy and Politics are the primary areas of interest in his Law study.
As a part of the same scientific family, Will H. Moore mostly works in the field of Torture, focusing on Criminology and, on occasion, Law enforcement, Veto, Democracy, Adjudication and Computer security. His Government research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Perception, Survey experiment, Unit of observation and Public opinion. The Amnesty study combines topics in areas such as Credibility, News media, International studies, Incentive and Vetting.
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Presidential Uses of Force During the Cold War: Aggregation, Truncation, and Temporal Dynamics
Sara Mc Laughlin Mitchell;Will H. Moore.
American Journal of Political Science (2002)
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