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Principles of Federalism

Principles of Federalism Author Arnold Koller
ISBN-10 3832975691
Release 2012
Pages 116
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Courts in Federal Countries

Courts in Federal Countries Author Nicholas Theodore Aroney
ISBN-10 9781487511487
Release 2017-04-24
Pages 600
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Courts are key players in the dynamics of federal countries since their rulings have a direct impact on the ability of governments to centralize and decentralize power. Courts in Federal Countries examines the role high courts play in thirteen countries, including Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, India, Nigeria, Spain, and the United States. The volume’s contributors analyse the centralizing or decentralizing forces at play following a court’s ruling on issues such as individual rights, economic affairs, social issues, and other matters. The thirteen substantive chapters have been written to facilitate comparability between the countries. Each chapter outlines a country’s federal system, explains the constitutional and institutional status of the court system, and discusses the high court’s jurisprudence in light of these features. Courts in Federal Countries offers insightful explanations of judicial behaviour in the world’s leading federations.



Concurrent Powers in Federal Systems

Concurrent Powers in Federal Systems Author Nico Steytler
ISBN-10 9789004337572
Release 2017-01-10
Pages 380
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Concurrency of powers is a key to governance in most federal systems. This volume, Concurrent Powers in Federal Systems: Meaning, Making and Managing, is the first to examine from a comparative perspective its various manifestations, reasons for emergence, and management strategies.



Heritage Regimes and the State

Heritage Regimes and the State Author Bendix, Regina
ISBN-10 9783863951221
Release 2013-07-02
Pages 413
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What happens when UNESCO heritage conventions are ratified by a state? How do UNESCO’s global efforts interact with preexisting local, regional and state efforts to conserve or promote culture? What new institutions emerge to address the mandate? The contributors to this volume focus on the work of translation and interpretation that ensues once heritage conventions are ratified and implemented. With seventeen case studies from Europe, Africa, the Caribbean and China, the volume provides comparative evidence for the divergent heritage regimes generated in states that differ in history and political organization. The cases illustrate how UNESCO’s aspiration to honor and celebrate cultural diversity diversifies itself. The very effort to adopt a global heritage regime forces myriad adaptations to particular state and interstate modalities of building and managing heritage.



Principles and Practices of Fiscal Autonomy

Principles and Practices of Fiscal Autonomy Author Giancarlo Pola
ISBN-10 9781317075844
Release 2016-03-03
Pages 300
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This century has seen the continuation of long-term trends in the movement of the territorial boundaries of nation states alongside the emergence of new tensions. The repercussions of the Scottish referendum and the heightened urgency of the Catalonia question along with the continued economic problems faced by the Eurozone have given new energy and context to debates on institutional and fiscal autonomy. Assessing the impact of increasing calls for wider fiscal autonomy in the UK, Spain, Switzerland, Argentina, Brazil, Germany, Italy and the USA this volume updates and adds significant new context to the debate. Framing the discussion on fiscal autonomy and drawing out ethical considerations it portrays the problems connected with the devolution of responsibilities and financial resources to sections of the population, sometimes content to be part of a lower layer of government, sometimes aspiring to an asymmetrical position or total independence.



Comparative Federalism

Comparative Federalism Author Michael Burgess
ISBN-10 9781134219483
Release 2006-09-27
Pages 376
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A new examination of contemporary federalism and federation, which delivers a detailed theoretical study underpinned by fresh case studies. It is grounded in a clear distinction between 'federations', particular kinds of states, and 'federalism', the thinking that drives and promotes them. It also details the origins, formation, evolution and operations of federal political interests, through an authoritative series of chapters that: analyze the conceptual bases of federalism and federation through the evolution of the intellectual debate on federalism; the American Federal experience; the origins of federal states; and the relationship between state-building and national integration explore comparative federalism and federation by looking at five main pathways into comparative analysis with empirical studies on the US, Canada, Australia, India, Malaysia, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the EU explore the pathology of federations, looking at failures and successes, the impact of globalization. The final chapter also presents a definitive assessment of federal theory. This book will be of great interest to students and researchers of federalism, devolution, comparative politics and government.



Distribution of Powers and Responsibilities in Federal Countries

Distribution of Powers and Responsibilities in Federal Countries Author Akhtar Majeed
ISBN-10 9780773529748
Release 2006
Pages 373
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Annotation A comparative analysis of eleven diverse federal countries through case studies illustrating federalism's diversity, challenges, and opportunities.



Integration Without Membership

Integration Without Membership Author Marius Vahl
ISBN-10 9789290796169
Release 2006
Pages 122
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Although it is one of very few countries in Europe that has chosen to remain outside the EU, Switzerland is closely integrated with the Union. Two sets of recently negotiated bilateral sectoral agreements provide further integration. This study analyzes the functioning of the bilateral agreements between Switzerland and the EU, focusing on the agreements that entered into force in 2002. Particular attention is paid to the institutional arrangements and their ability to adapt to new legal and political developments in the EU, the impact on the functioning of Swiss democracy, and how the Swiss political system affects the implementation of the agreements. Comparison is also made with the experiences of the European Economic Area, the only arrangement for integration without membership that is more extensive than the Swiss model. The study concludes with an assessment of the prospects for EU-Swiss relations.



Federalism and the Welfare State

Federalism and the Welfare State Author Herbert Obinger
ISBN-10 0521611849
Release 2005-06-02
Pages 363
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This volume, first published in 2005, focuses on more than a century of interaction between political institutions and social policy outcomes.



Culture and regions of Europe

Culture and regions of Europe Author Michel Bassand
ISBN-10 UVA:X002415712
Release 1993
Pages 213
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The American Federal Government

The American Federal Government Author John Henry Ferguson
ISBN-10 MINN:31951001772949A
Release 1961
Pages 650
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Intergovernmental Fiscal Transfers

Intergovernmental Fiscal Transfers Author Robin W. Boadway
ISBN-10 9780821364932
Release 2007
Pages 572
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The design of intergovernmental fiscal transfers has a strong bearing on efficiency and equity of public service provision and accountable local governance. This book provides a comprehensive one-stop window/source of materials to guide practitioners and scholars on design and worldwide practices in intergovernmental fiscal transfers and their implications for efficiency, and equity in public services provision as well as accountable governance.



Routledge Handbook of Constitutional Law

Routledge Handbook of Constitutional Law Author Mark Tushnet
ISBN-10 9781135100193
Release 2013-06-26
Pages 504
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The Routledge Handbook of Constitutional Law is an advanced level reference work which surveys the current state of constitutional law. Featuring new, specially commissioned papers by a range of leading scholars from around the world, it offers a comprehensive overview of the field as well as identifying promising avenues for future research. The book presents the key issues in constitutional law thematically allowing for a truly comparative approach to the subject. It also pays particular attention to constitutional design, identifying and evaluating various solutions to the challenges involved in constitutional architecture. The book is split into four parts for ease of reference: Part One: General issues "sets issues of constitutional law firmly in context including topics such as the making of constitutions, the impact of religion and culture on constitutions, and the relationship between international law and domestic constitutions. Part Two: Structures presents different approaches in regard to institutions or state organization and structural concepts such as emergency powers and electoral systems Part Three: Rights covers the key rights often enshrined in constitutions Part Four: New Challenges - explores issues of importance such as migration and refugees, sovereignty under pressure from globalization, Supranational Organizations and their role in creating post-conflict constitutions, and new technological challenges. Providing up-to-date and authoritative articles covering all the key aspects of constitutional law, this reference work is essential reading for advanced students, scholars and practitioners in the field.



Hamilton s Paradox

Hamilton s Paradox Author Jonathan Rodden
ISBN-10 0521603668
Release 2006
Pages 313
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As new federations take shape and old ones are revived around the world, a difficult challenge is to create incentives for fiscal discipline. By combining theory, quantitative analysis, and historical and contemporary case studies, this book lays out the first systematic explanation of why decentralized countries have had dramatically different fiscal experiences. It provides insights into current policy debates from Latin America to the European Union, and a new perspective on a tension between the promise and peril of federalism that has characterized the literature since The Federalist Papers.



Majority Decisions

Majority Decisions Author Stéphanie Novak
ISBN-10 9781107054097
Release 2014-06-30
Pages 288
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This book presents the most complete set of analytical, normative, and historical discussions of majority decision making to date. One chapter critically addresses the social-choice approach to majority decisions, whereas another presents an alternative to that approach. Extensive case studies discuss majority voting in the choice of religion in early modern Switzerland, majority voting in nested assemblies such as the French Estates-General and the Federal Convention, majority voting in federally organized countries, qualified majority voting in the European Union Council of Ministers, and majority voting on juries. Other chapters address the relation between majority decisions and cognitive diversity, the causal origin of majority decisions, and the pathologies of majority decision making. Two chapters, finally, discuss the counter-majoritarian role of courts that exercise judicial review. The editorial Introduction surveys conceptual, causal, and normative issues that arise in the theory and practice of majority decisions.



The Ethiopian Federal System

The Ethiopian Federal System Author Muḥammad Ḥabīb
ISBN-10 9994499610
Release 2010
Pages 28
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Direct Democracy in Switzerland

Direct Democracy in Switzerland Author Gregory Fossedal
ISBN-10 9781351522212
Release 2018-02-06
Pages 304
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Only one country in the world--Switzerland--is a direct democracy, in which, to an extent, the people pass their own laws, judge the constitutionality of statutes, and even have written, in effect, their own constitution. In this propitious volume, Gregory Fossedal reports on the politics and social fabric of what James Bryce has called "the nation that has taken the democratic idea to its furthest extent." The lessons Fossedal presents, at a time of dissatisfaction with the role of money and privileged elites in many Western democracies, are at once timely and urgent.