Recent Publications

Dardanelli, Paolo, John Kincaid, Alan Fenna, André Kaiser, André Lecours, and Ajay Kumar Singh. 2019. “Conceptualizing, Measuring, and Theorizing Dynamic De/Centralization in Federations.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 49 (Winter): 1-29.

Dardanelli, Paolo, John Kincaid, Alan Fenna, André Kaiser, André Lecours, Ajay Kumar Singh, Sean Mueller, and Stephan Vogel. 2019. “Dynamic De/Centralization in Federations: Comparative Conclusions.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 49 (Winter): 194-219.

Kincaid, John. 2019. “Dynamic De/Centralization in the United States, 1790-2010,” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 49 (Winter): 166-193.

Kincaid, John. 2019. “Why the US’ Complex Federal System Will Blunt the Worst Aspects of Trump’s Transgressive Presidency.” London School of Economics US Centre American Politics and Policy Blog, July 12. Free full text.

Leckrone, J. Wesley and Michelle J. Atherton. 2019. “Think Coding is Hard? Try Finding the Data: A Mixed-Methods Case Study of Analyzing Mayors Speeches.” Sage Research Methods Cases.

Cole, Richard L. and John Kincaid. 2018. “Is the Teaching of Federalism Dead or Alive in Canada and the United States?” In Canada: The State of the Federation 2015—Canadian Federalism and Infrastructure, eds. John R. Allan, David L. A. Gordon, Kyle Hanniman, André Juneau, and Robert A. Young, 263-283. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Jedwab, Jack and John Kincaid, eds. 2018. Identities, Trust, and Cohesion in Federal Countries: Perspectives from Public Opinion. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Jedwab, Jack and John Kincaid. 2018. “Introduction and Comparative Observations.” In Identities, Trust, and Cohesion in Federal Countries: Perspectives from Public Opinion, eds. Jack Jedwab and John Kincaid. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1-24.

Kincaid, John and Richard L. Cole. 2018. “Attachments to Multiple Communities, Trust in Governments, Political Polarization, and Public Attitudes Toward Immigration in the United States.” In Identities, Trust, and Cohesion in Federal Countries: Perspectives from Public Opinion, eds. Jack Jedwab and John Kincaid. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 147-180.

Kincaid, John. 2018. “Why Coercion and Cooperation Coexist in American Federalism.” In Intergovernmental Relations in Transition: Reflections and Directions, eds. Carl W. Stenberg and David K. Hamilton. New York: Routledge, 35-57.

Kincaid, John. 2018. “Diversity-Induced Centralization in American Federalism with Asymmetrical Accommodations of Territorial Diversity.” In Revisiting Unity and Diversity in Federal Countries: Changing Concepts, Reform Proposals and New Institutional Realities, eds. Alain-G. Gagnon and Michael Burgess, 282-298. Leiden and Boston: Brill Nijhoff.

Leckrone, J. Wesley and Michelle J. Atherton, eds. 2018. Pennsylvania Politics and Policy: A Commonwealth Reader, Volume 1. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Leckrone, J. Wesley and Michelle J. Atherton. 2018. “Researching Pennsylvania Online”. In Pennsylvania Politics and Policy: A Commonwealth Reader, Volume 1, eds. J. Wesley Leckrone and Michelle J. Atherton. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Aroney, Nicholas and John Kincaid, eds. 2017. Courts in Federal Countries: Federalists or Unitarists? Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Kincaid, John. 2017. “The Eclipse of Dual Federalism by One-Way Cooperative Federalism.” Arizona State Law Journal 49 (3): 1061-1089.

Kincaid, John. 2017. “Obstacles to Federalism Reform in the United States.” In A People’s Federation, eds. Mark Bruerton, Tracey Arklay, Robyn Hollander, and Ron Levy. Leichhardt, NSW: The Federation Press, 184-198.

Kincaid, John. 2017. “From Dualistic Autonomous Concurrency to Mableised Permissive Concurrency in American Federalism.” In Concurrent Powers in Federal Systems: Meaning, Making, Managing, ed. Nico Steytler. Leiden and Boston: Brill/Nijhoff, 32-48.

Smith, Troy Ellis. 2017. “A Compound Republic – If You Can Keep It: Martha Derthick’s Empiricism and the Value of Federalism.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 47 (Spring): 153-170.

Marbach, Joseph and J. Wesley Leckrone. 2016. “Civil Community.” In American Governance, ed. Stephen L. Schechter. Detroit: MacMillan Reference.

Schechter, Stephen L. ed. 2016. American Governance. 5 vols. Detroit: Macmillan.