PUBLICATIONS

Comparative Federalism

 

2017

Aroney, Nicholas and John Kincaid, eds. 2017. Courts in Federal Countries: Federalists or Unitarists? Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Description and ordering information. Free access to Chapter 1: Introduction: Courts in Federal Countries

 

2016

Dardanelli, Paolo and John Kincaid. 2016. “A New Union? Federalism and the U.K.” Political Insight 7 (December): 12-15.

Kincaid, John. 2016. “Federalism and Rights: The Case of the United States with Comparative Perspectives.” In Human Rights: Current Issues and Controversies, ed. Gordon DiGiacomo Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 83-113. Description and ordering information.

Kincaid, John and Richard L. Cole. 2016. “Citizen Evaluations of Federalism and the Importance of Trust in the Federation Government for Opinions on Regional Equity and Subordination in Four Countries.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 46 (January): 51-76. Abstract and paid access. 

 

2015

Detterbeck, Klaus, Wolfgang Renzsch, and John Kincaid, eds. 2015. Political Parties and Civil Society in Federal Countries. Don Mills, ON: Oxford University Press. Description and ordering information.

Kincaid, John. 2015. “Autonomy and Secession: Lessons Beyond Europe.” States Falling Apart? Secessionist and Autonomy Movements in Europe, eds. Eva Maria Belser, Alexandra Fang-Bär, Nina Massüger, and Rekha Oleschak Pillai. Berne: Stämpfli, 385-399. Description and ordering information.

2014

Kincaid, John. 2014. “How Nations Can Cope with Growing Separatist Movements.” The Morning Call (October 5): 29. Free full text.

Kincaid, John, Richard Cole, and Robert K. Whelan. 2014. “The Myth of the North American City Revisited: A Comparative Conceptual and Empirical Evaluation.” International Journal of Canadian Studies 49: 31-52. Abstract and paid access.

 

2013

Kincaid, John, John Loughlin and Wilfried Swenden, eds. 2013. Routledge Handbook of Regionalism and Federalism. London and New York: Routledge. Description and ordering information.

 

2012

Kincaid, John. 2012. “Constitutional Change in Federal Countries: Comparative Considerations.” In Changing Federal Constitutions: Lessons from International Comparison, eds. Arthur Benz and Felix Knüpling. Opladen: Barbara Budrich Publishers, 31-50. Description and ordering information.

 

2011

Kincaid, John, ed. 2011. Federalism, 4 Volumes. London: Sage.

Kincaid, John and Richard L. Cole. 2011. “Citizen Attitudes Toward Issues of Federalism in Canada, Mexico, and the United States.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 41 (Winter): 53-75. Abstract and paid access. 

Kincaid, John and Richard L. Cole. 2011. “Citizen Attitudes and Federal Political Culture in Canada, Mexico, and the United States.” In The Federal Idea: Essays in Honour of Ronald L. Watts, eds. Thomas J. Courchene, John R. Allan, Christian Leuprecht, and Nadia Verrelli. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 225-245. Description and ordering information.

Kincaid, John. 2011. “Fascinating Facets of Ethiopian Federalism.” SIAM Newsletter 35: (Spring): 1, 4, 11.

Marbach, Joseph. 2011. “Daniel J. Elazar.” In The Encyclopedia of Political Science, ed. George Thomas Kurian. Washington, DC: CQ Press, 475-476.

 

2010

Kincaid, John, G. Alan Tarr, and Sonja Walti, guest eds. 2010. “Federalism and the Global Financial Crisis: Impacts and Responses.” L’Europe en Formation 358 (Winter). Free full text of special issue.

Kincaid, John and G. Alan Tarr and Sonja Walti. 2010. “Federalism and the Global Financial Crisis: Impacts and Responses.” L’Europe en Formation 358 (Winter): 5-14. Free full text of article.

Kincaid, John. 2010. “Federalism and Democracy: Comparative Empirical and Theoretical Perspectives.” In Federal Democracies, eds. Michael Burgess and Alain-G. Gagnon. London: Routledge, 299-324. Description and ordering information.

Kincaid, John. 2010. “Le Paradoxe Nord-Américain.” La Presse (Montreal, Canada) May 28: A20.

Kincaid, John. 2010. “Iraq Centre for Federal Studies Up and Running.” SIAM Newsletter 34 (Spring): 3.

Kincaid, John. 2010. “Global Dialogue on Federalism Book Series.” SIAM Newsletter 34 (Summer): 11.

 

2009

Kincaid, John. 2009. “The U.S. Supreme Court’s Federalism Revolution: In Search of Constitutional Viagra.” In Judge-Made Federalism? The Role of Courts in Federal Systems, eds. Hans-Peter Schneider, Jutta Kramer, and Beniamino Caravita di Toritto. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 179-191.

Kincaid, John. 2009. “Bibliographic Resources for Federalism and Foreign Affairs.” In Foreign Relations in Federal Countries, ed. Hans Michelmann. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 353-383. Description and ordering information.

Kincaid, John. 2009. “History and Hope in Iraq.” Lafayette Alumni News (Summer): 24-28.

Kincaid, John. 2009. “Founding an Iraq Center for Federal Studies.” SIAM Newsletter 33 (Winter): 3-4.

 

2008

Kincaid, John and Rupak Chattopadhyay, eds. 2008. Interaction in Federal Systems. New Delhi: Viva Books. Free full text.

Kincaid, John and Rupak Chattopadhyay, eds. 2008. Local Government in Federal Systems. New Delhi: Viva Books. Free full text.

Kincaid, John. 2008. “Federalism: The Highest Stage of Democracy?” In Democratizations: Comparisons, Confrontations, and Contrasts, ed. Jose V. Ciprut. Cambridge: The MIT Press, 93-117. Free full text of introduction and description and ordering information.

Watts, Ronald L. and John Kincaid. 2008. “Introduction.” In Building on and Accommodating Diversities, eds. Ronald L. Watts and Rupak Chattopadhyay. New Delhi: Viva Books, xi-xvii. Free full text.

2005

Kincaid, John and G. Alan Tarr, eds. 2005. Constitutional Origins, Structure, and Change in Federal Countries. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2005. Description and ordering information.

Kincaid, John. 2005. “Comparative Observations.” In Constitutional Origins, Structure, and Change in Federal Countries, eds. John Kincaid and G. Alan Tarr Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2005, 409-448. Description and ordering information.

Kincaid, John. 2005. “Introduction.” In Handbook of Federal Countries, ed. Ann L. Griffiths. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 3-14. Free full text of “Introduction” and description and ordering information for book.

 

2004

Kincaid, John. 2004. “Introduction.” In The Organization of Local Public Economies. U.S. Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, trans. Yoshimi Minami. Tokyo: Council of Local Authorities in International Relations, iii-v (in Japanese).

Kincaid, John, Richard L. Cole and Alejandro Rodriquez. 2004. “Public Opinion on Federalism and Federal Political Culture in Canada, Mexico, and the United States, 2004.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 34 (Summer): 201-221. Abstract and paid access. 

Kincaid, John, Alejandro Rodriguez and Richard L. Cole. 2004. “Opinión Pública Sobre el Federalismo en México.” In AEDIFICARE 2004, ed. Adolfo Benito N Arváez T. San Nicolás de los Garza: Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, 199-219.

 

2003

Kincaid, John. 2003. “Constituent Diplomacy in Federal Systems.” In Federalism in a Changing World: Learning from Each Other, eds. Raoul Blindenbacher and Arnold Koller. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 74-96.

 

2002

Elazar, Daniel J. 2002. “Federal/Confederal Solutions to the Israeli-Palestinian-Jordanian Conflict.” Federalist Debate 15 (1): 11-16. Free full text.

Kincaid, John. 2002. “Introduction.” Handbook of Federal Countries, 2002, ed. Ann L. Griffiths. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 3-13. Free full text of “Introduction” and description and ordering information for book.

Kincaid, John and Richard L. Cole. 2002. “Terrorism and Federalism: Perspectives of Federalism Scholars.” El Dymocratia 7 (Spring): 205-218 (in Arabic).

 

2001

Elazar, Daniel J. ed. 2001. Commonwealth: The Other Road to Democracy-The Swiss Model of Democratic Self-Government. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield. Description and ordering information.

Elazar, Daniel J. 2001. “Religious Diversity and Federalism.” International Social Science Journal 53 (March): 61-65. Abstract and paid access.

Kincaid, John. 2001. “Economic Policy-Making: Advantages and Disadvantages of the Federal Model.” International Social Science Journal 167 (March): 85-92. Abstract and paid access.

 

2000

Elazar, Daniel J. and M. Ben Mollov. 2000. “Introduction: Elections 1999: The Interplay Between Character, Political Culture and Centrism.” Israel Affairs 7 (Winter/Spring): 1-17. Paid access.

Kincaid, John. 2000. “The Domestication of German Foreign Policy in the European Union.” SMU Law Review 53 (Spring): 555-560. Free full text.

 

1999

Elazar, Daniel J. 1999. “Federalism and Civil Society – Defining the Issue.” In Federalism and Civil Societies: An International Symposium, eds. Jutta Kramer and Hans-Peter Schneider. Baden-Baden, Germany: Nomos Verlagsgellschaft.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1999. “Il Principio Fedrale: Integrazione, Differenze, Identita.” Interview by Anna Loretoni. Filosofia e Discossione Pubblica 28 (December). Paid access.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1999. “The State System + Globalization (Economic Plus Human Rights) = Federalism (State Federations Plus Regional Confederations).” South Texas Law Review 40 (Summer): 555-565.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1999. Introduction to Practical Privatization: Lessons from Cities and Markets. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs and Milken Institute. Free full text.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1999. Review of Religion, Federalism, and the Struggle for Public Life: Cases from Germany, Italy, and America, by William Johnson Everett. Theology Today 56 (April): 136-139. Paid access.

Kincaid, John. 1999. “Confederal Federalism and Citizen Representation in the European Union.” West European Politics 22 (April): 34-58. Paid access.

Reprinted in Joanne B. Brzinski, Thomas D. Lancaster, and Christian Tuschhoff, eds. 1999. Compounded Representation in Western European Federations. London: Frank Cass, 34-58.

Schechter, Stephen L. 1999. “In Memoriam: Daniel J. Elazar.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 29 (Autumn): 3-10. Paid access. 

 

1998

Elazar, Daniel J. 1998. “Organisation, Regles and Pouvoirs.” In Encyclopedia Universalis Dictionnaire du Judaןsme, ed. Albin Michel. Paris: Encyclopedia Universalis.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1998. “The New Europe: A Federal State or a Confederation of States.” Swiss Political Science Review 4 (Winter): 119-139. Free full text.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1998. “Una Politica Gettata Nell Arena.” Martedi, Il Manifesto, December 15.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1998. Constitutionalizing Globalization: The Postmodern Revival of Confederal Arrangements. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield. Free access to “Introduction” and description and ordering information

 

1997

Elazar, Daniel J. 1997. “Contrasting Unitary and Federal Systems.” International Political Science Review 18 (July): 237-251. Abstract and paid access.

Translated and Republished as Elazar, Daniel J. 1999. “Contrasting Unitary and Federal Systems.” In Democratic Viability in Politics, eds. Jean Laponce and Bernard Saint-Jacques. Tokyo: Masahiro Iwasaki.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1997. “Global Change and the Future Existing Nation-States: Commentary.” In Self-Determination and Self-Administration: A Sourcebook, eds. Wolfgang Danspeckgruber and Arthur Watts. Boulder, CO: Lynne Reinner, 79-100.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1997. “The Hellenic-Ionian Leagues: The First European Confederations.” The Federalism Report 21 (Spring): 8-9. Free full text.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1997. Review of Comparing Federal Systems in the 1990s, by Ronald L. Watts. Publius: The Journal of Federalism 27 (Fall): 176-177. Paid access.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1997. Review of The European Union, the United Nations and the Revival of Confederal Governance, Frederick Lister. The Federalism Report 21 (Spring): 3. Free full text.

 

1996

Elazar, Daniel J. 1996. “From Statism to Federalism: A Paradigm Shift,” International Political Science Review 17 (October): 417-429. Abstract and paid access.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1996. “Introduction: Using Federalism Today.” International Political Science Review 17 (October): 349-351. Paid access.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1996. “Optimal Relations Between Central and Local Government.” Local Administration November: 6-8.

 

1995

Elazar, Daniel J. 1995. “Federalism and the European Idea.” In Federal-Type Solutions and European Integration ed. C. Lloyd Brown-John. Lanham, MD: University Press of America. Description and ordering information.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1995. “Federalism on the World Scene.” Federalism and Society 19 (Fall).

Elazar, Daniel J. 1995. “From Statism to Federalism: A Paradigm Shift.Publius: The Journal of Federalism 25 (Spring): 5-18. Abstract and paid access.  

Elazar, Daniel J. 1995. “The Use of Direct Democracy (Referenda and Plebiscites) in Modern Government,” Jerusalem Letter/Viewpoints 317, July 2. Free full text.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1995. Review of Comparative Federalism and Federation: Competing Traditions and Future Directions, eds. Michael Burgess and Alain-G. Gagnon. Publius: The Journal of Federalism 25 (Spring): 120-121. Paid access.

Kincaid, John. 1995. “Values and Value Tradeoffs in Federalism.Publius: The Journal of Federalism 25 (Spring): 29-44. Abstract and paid access. 

Kincaid, John. 1995. “Implications of Constituent Diplomacy for the European Communities: Issues from U.S. State Experiences.” In Federal-Type Solutions and European Integration, ed. C. Lloyd Brown-John. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 87-117. Description and ordering information.

Kincaid, John. 1995. “Cities and Citizens in Flux: Global Consumer Integration and Local Civic Fragmentation.” North American Cities and the Global Economy: Challenges and Opportunities, eds. Peter Karl Kresl and Gary Gappert. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 69-85. Description and ordering information.

 

1994

Elazar, Daniel. J. 1994. Federalism and the Way to Peace. Kingston, Ont.: Institute of Kingston, Intergovernmental Relations, Queen’s University. Free full text.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1994. “Form of State: Federal, Unitary, or …” In Birth of a Constitution, ed. Bertus de Villiers. Kenwyn, South Africa: Juta and Co. Free full text.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1994. “What Can South Africa Learn from the United States?” In South Africa’s Crisis of Constitutional Democracy, eds. Robert A. Licht and Bertus de Villiers. Washington DC: American Enterprise Institute.  Free full text of book.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1994.”The Federalist Revolution and the Way to Peace.” In Economic Union in Federal Systems, eds. Anne Mullins and Cheryl Saunders. Sydney, Australia: The Federation Press, 26-35. Description and ordering information.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1994. Review of Apple of Gold: Constitutionalism in Israel and the United States, by Gary Jeffrey Jacobsohn. Political Science Quarterly 109 (Summer): 388-389. Paid access.

Elazar, Daniel J. and Kirk Preuss. 1994. “Direct Democracy: Plebiscites and Referenda”. Jerusalem Letter. Free full text.

Kincaid, John. 1994. “Economic Union and Federal Diversity: Should a Coca-Cola Bottle Carry 51 Health Warnings and, If So, in What Language?” In Economic Union in Federal Systems, eds. Anne Mullins and Cheryl Saunders. Leichhardt, NSW: The Federation Press, 37-68. Description and ordering information.

Kincaid, John. 1994. “Peoples, Persons, and Places in Flux: International Integration versus National Fragmentation.” In Integration and Fragmentation: The Paradox of the Late Twentieth Century, eds. Guy LaForest and Douglas Brown. Kingston, Ontario: Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, Queen’s University, 53-84. Free full text of book.

 

1993

Elazar, Daniel J. 1993. “Communal Democracy and Liberal Democracy: An Outside Friend’s Look at the Swiss Political Tradition.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 23 (Spring): 3-18. Abstract and paid access. 

Elazar, Daniel J. 1993. “International and Comparative Federalism.” PS: Political Science and Politics 26 (June): 190-195. Paid access.

 

1992

Elazar, Daniel J., ed. 1992. Urban Revitalization: Israel’s Project Renewal and Other Experiences. Lanham, MD: University Press of America. Free access to Preface and description and ordering information.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1992. “Changing Conceptions of Rights in the U.S. and the West.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 22 (Spring): 5-18. Abstract and paid access. 

Elazar, Daniel J. 1992. “Introduction.” In Center For the Study of Federalism’s Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Catalog 1992-1993. Philadelphia: Center for the Study of Federalism.

Kincaid, John. 1992. “Implications of Constituent Diplomacy for the Future of Federalism and the Nation-State.” In North American and Comparative Federalism: Essays for the 1990s, ed. Harry N. Scheiber. Berkeley: University of California, Institute of Governmental Studies Press, 27-46.

Kincaid, John. 1992. Review of Comparative Constitutional Federalism: Europe and America, ed. Mark Tushnet. Publius: The Journal of Federalism 22 (Winter): 150-152. Paid access.

Kincaid, John and Ladipo Adamolekun. 1992. “The Federal Solution to the National Question.” Citizen (Nigeria) 3 (May 4-10): 22-23.

 

1991

Elazar, Daniel J. ed. 1991. Constitutional Design and Power-Sharing in the Post-Modern Epoch. Lanham, MD: University Press of America. Free access to Introduction.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1991. “The Federal Dimensions of State-Diaspora Relations.” In Constitutional Design and Power-Sharing in the Post-Modern Epoch, ed. Daniel J. Elazar. Lanham, MD: University Press of America. Free full text.

Elazar, Daniel J. ed. 1991. Federal Systems of the World. London: Longman Group UK Limited.

New Edition: Elazar, Daniel. J., ed.1994. Federal Systems of the World: a Handbook of Federal, Confederal, and Autonomy Arrangements 2nd ed. Harlow, Essex, U.K.: Longman Current Affairs. Free access to Introduction.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1991. “Federal Democracy in a World Beyond Authoritarianism and Totalitarianism.” In Soviet Federalism, Nationalism and Economic Decentralization, ed. Alastair McAuley. Leicester: Leicester University Press, 1-12.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1991. “Federal Models of (Civil) Authority.” Journal of Church and State 33 (Spring): 231-254. Paid access.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1991. “Will Federalism will Preserve Yugoslavia.” The Jerusalem Post, July 18. Free full text.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1991. “Twenty Years of Publius.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 21 (Winter): 1-5. Paid access.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1991. Two Peoples-One Land: Federal Solutions for Israel, the Palestinians and Jordan. Lanham, MD: University Press of America. Free access to Preface.

Kincaid, John and Ladipo Adamolekun. 1991. “The Federal Solution: Assessment and Prognosis for Nigeria and Africa.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 21 (Fall): 173-188. Abstract and paid access.

Lutz, Donald S. 1991. “Federalism as a Principle of Constitutional Design.” In Studies in Public Law and Comparative Political Science. ed. Manuel J. Pelaez. Malaga, Spain: University of Malaga.

 

1990

Elazar, Daniel J., ed. 1990. Constitutionalism: The American and Israeli Experiences. Lanham, MD: University Press of America/Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. Description and ordering information.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1990. “Federal Democracy in a World Beyond Authoritarianism and Totalitarianism.” Jerusalem Letter/Viewpoints 108 (November 1): 1-8. Free full text.

Kincaid, John. 1990. “Constituent Diplomacy in Federal Polities and the Nation-State: Conflict and Co-Operation.” Federalism and International Relations: The Role of Subnational Units, eds. Hans J. Michelmann and Panayotis Soldatos. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 54-75. Description and ordering information.

 

1989

Elazar, Daniel J. 1989. “Commentator and Discussant.” In Forging Unity Out of Diversity: The Approaches of Eight Nations, ed. Robert A. Goldwin. Washington, DC: American Enterprise Institute.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1989. “Constituicoes Estaduais nos Sistemas Federais.” In Anais da Conferencia Internacional Sobre Auto – Organizacao dos Estados e a Democracia. Salvador: Assembleia Legislativa da Bahia, 19-30.

 

1988

Elazar, Daniel J., Harold M. Waller and Filippo Sabetti, eds. 1988. Canadian Federalism: From Crisis to Constitution. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

Elazar, Daniel J., and Chaim Kalchheim. 1988. Local Government in Israel. Lanham, MD: University Press of America. Full text of “Introduction”, The Local Dimension in Israeli Government and Politics” chapter, and description and ordering information.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1988. “Commentator and Discussant.” In Constitution-Makers on Constitution-Making: The Experience of Eight Nations, eds. Robert A. Goldwin and Art Kaufman. Washington, DC: American Enterprise Institute. Description and ordering information.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1988. ”Now More Than Ever is the Time for a Federal Solution.” Jerusalem Letter/Viewpoints, 81 (December). Free full text.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1988. Introduction in Perforated Sovereignties and International Relations: Trans-Sovereign Contacts of Subnational Governments, eds. Ivo D. Duchacek, Daniel Latouche, and Garth Stevenson. New York, NY: Greenwood Press.

Kincaid, John and Amal Ray. 1988. “Politics, Economic Development, and Second-Generation Strain in India’s Federal System.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 18 (Spring): 147-167. Abstract and paid access. 

Lutz, Donald S. 1988. “Constitutionalism since 1945: An Empirical and Theoretical Overview.” AETAS 4: 26-40.

 

1987

Elazar, Daniel J. 1987. Exploring Federalism. Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press. Free access to Preface and Chapters 1 and 2, and description and ordering information.

New Edition: Elazar, Daniel J. 1991. Exploring Federalism 2nd ed. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.

Translated and Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1995. Idee e Forme del Federalismo. Milano: Edizioni di Comunita.

Translated and Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J.1990. Exploracion del Federalismo. Barcelona: Editorail Hacer.

King, Paul, Orli Hacohen, Hillel Frisch and Daniel J Elazar. 1987. Project Renewal in Israel: Urban Revitalization. Lanham, MD: University Press of America. Free access to Preface and Chapter 1, and description and ordering information.

Daniel J Elazar. 1987. “Justice Is Possible in South Africa.” In A Way Out: Federalist Options for South Africa, ed. Michael Briand. San Francisco, CA: Institute for Contemporary Studies.

 

1986

Elazar, Daniel J. 1986. “A Federal Plan For South Africa.” The Philadelphia Inquirer, March 18.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1986. Israel: Building a New Society. Bloomington: University of Indiana Press.

 

1985

Elazar, Daniel J, and Ilan Greilsammer. 1985. “Federal Democracy: The U.S.A. and Europe Compared, a Political Science Perspective.” In A Political, Legal and Economic Overview, Vol. 1 of Integration Through Law: Europe and the American Federal Experience, eds. Mauro Cappelletti, et al. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter: 71-168. Description and ordering information.

 

1984

Elazar, Daniel J. 1984. “Israel and Jordan Ought to Co-Administrate A Federal Status for the West Bank and Gaza.” International Herald Tribune, February 14.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1984. “Israel’s Election Suggests a New Political Realty.” Philadelphia Inquirer, July 28.

 

1983

Elazar, Daniel J. ed. 1983. From Autonomy to Shared Rule: Options for Judea, Samaria, and Gaza. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1983. Shared Rule: The Only Realistic Option for Peace. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.

 

1982

Elazar, Daniel J. 1982. “A Federal Solution for Palestinians?” Los Angeles Times, December 16.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1982. “Federalism, Centralization, and State-Building in the Modern Epoch.Publius: The Journal of Federalism 12 (Summer): 1-9. Paid access. 

Elazar, Daniel J. 1982. “State Constitutional Design in the U.S. and Other Federal Systems.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 12 (Winter): 11-25. Paid access.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1982. Governing Peoples and Territories. Philadelphia: Institute for the Study of Human Issues.

Elazar, Daniel J. and Shmuel Sandler. 1982. “Shared Rule: Scenario for the West Bank.” Journal of Contemporary Studies 5 (Winter).

Reprinted as: Elazar, Daniel J. and Shmuel Sandler. 1983. Shared Rule: Scenario for the West Bank. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1982. “Reagan, Hussein, and Begin Opt for Shared Rule.” Jerusalem Letter/Viewpoints 25 (December 23).

Reprinted as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1983. “Reagan, Hussein and Begin Opt for Shared Rule.” Australia/Israel Review 8 (July).

Elazar, Daniel J. 1982. “The United States and the Middle East: A Global View.” Jerusalem Letter/Viewpoints 23 (April 27). Free full text.

Kincaid, John. 1982. “Published Works on Federalism: 1981.” CFS Notebook 11 (Fall): 2-48. Free full text.

 

1981

Elazar, Daniel J. 1981. “Ma’arekhet HaYahasim Ben HaReshuyot HaMekomiyot v’haShilton HaMerkazi b’Yisrael” [“The System of Relationships Between Local Governments and the Central Government in Israel”]. Sekirah Hodshit 28 (July).

Elazar, Daniel J. 1981. Report of the State Commission on Local Government. Israel: Israel Ministry of the Interior.

Elazar, Daniel J. and Ilan Greilsammer. 1981. Is the American Federal Experience Applicable to the Problems of European Integration? Brussels: European University Institute.

Kincaid, John. 1981. “Published Works on Federalism, 1980.Publius: The Journal of Federalism 11 (Summer): 219-233. Paid access. 

 

1980

Elazar, Daniel J. 1980. “Centralizing and Decentralizing Tendencies in Federal Systems: Abstract.” In International Political Science Enters the 1980’s, ed. Richard L. Merritt. Ottawa: International Political Science Association.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1980. “Local Government for Heterogeneous Populations: Some Options for Jerusalem.” In Jerusalem, Problems and Prospects, ed. Joel Kramer. New York: Praeger.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1978. “Some Preliminary Observations on the Jewish Political Tradition.” Tradition: A Journal of Orthodox Jewish Thought  8 (Fall): 249-271. Free full text.

 

1979

Elazar, Daniel J. 1979. Self Rule/Shared Rule: Federal Solutions to the Middle East Conflict. Ramat Gan: Turtledove.

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1984. Self Rule/Shared Rule: Federal Solutions to the Middle East Conflict. Lanham, MD and Jerusalem: University Press of America and Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.

Elazar, Daniel J. ed. 1979. Federalism and Political Integration. Ramat Gan: Turtledove.

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1984. Federalism and Political Integration. Lanham, MD and Jerusalem: University Press of America and Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1979. “The Role of Federalism in Political Integration.” In Federalism and Political Integration, ed. Daniel J. Elazar. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1979. “Arrangement for Self-Rule and Autonomy: A Preliminary Inventory.” In Federalism and Political Integration, ed. Daniel J. Elazar. Ramat Gan: Turtledove.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1979. Shared Rule: A Prerequisite for Peace Under the Camp David Framework. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Institute for Federal Studies.

Elazar, Daniel J., Andre Chouraqui, and Shmuel Sandler. 1979. “Proche-Orient: Federalisation ou Guerre Mondiale.” L’Europe en formation 227.

 

1978

Elazar, Daniel J. 1978. “Federalism, Governance, and Development in the Third World.” In The Third World: Premises of U.S. Policy, ed. W. Scott Thompson. San Francisco: Institute for Contemporary Studies.

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1978. Federalism, Governance and Development in the Third World. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Institute for Federal Studies.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1978. “Israel’s Compound Polity.” In Israel at the Polls: The Knesset Elections of 1977, ed. Howard Penniman. Washington, DC: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research.

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1985. “Israel’s Compound Polity.” Studies of Israeli Society: Politics and Society in Israel 3, ed. Ernest Krauss. New Brunswick: Transaction Books.

Elazar, Daniel J. and Ira Sharkansky. 1978. Alternative Federal Solutions to the Problem of the Administered Territories, trans. Daniel J. Elazar. Jerusalem: Jerusalem for Federal Studies.

Appendix Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. and Ira Sharkansky. 1984. “Alternative Federal Solutions to the Problem of the Administered Territories.” Jerusalem: Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J., and Ira Sharkansky. 1979. “Alternative Federal Solutions to the Problem of the Administered Territories.” In Self Rule/Shared Rule: Federal Solutions to the Middle East Conflict, ed. Daniel J. Elazar. Ramat Gan: Turtledove Publishing.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1978. “The Camp David Framework for Peace: A Shift in the Direction of Federal Solutions.” In Viewpoints 3 (December). Jerusalem: Jerusalem Institute for Federal Studies.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1978. “Comparative Federalism: The State of the Art and the State of the Field.” In Dialogue on Comparative Federalism, eds. Ellis Katz and Benjamin Schuster. Philadelphia: Center for the Study of Federalism.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1978. “Halukat HaTafkidim Bein HaShilton HaMekomi U’vein HaShilton HaMercazi [“The Division of Functions Between the Local and Central Governments”]. In Proceedings of the VI Congress of Municipal Government. Israel Ministry of the Interior.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1978. Arrangements for Self-Rule and Autonomy in Various Countries of the World: A Preliminary Inventory. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Institute for Federal Studies.

Elazar, Daniel J. and Shmuel Sandler. 1978. A Plan for Joint Rule of the Territories, trans. Daniel J. Elazar. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Institute for Federal Studies.

 

1977

Elazar, Daniel J. 1977. “In Praise of Federacy.” The Jerusalem Post November.

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1977. “Condominium/Federacy.” Jerusalem Letter December 25.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1977. “The Compound Structure of Public Service Systems in Israel.” In Comparing Urban Service Delivery Systems: Structure and Performance, eds. Vincent Ostrom and Frances P. Bish. Beverly Hills: Sage, 47-82.

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1978. The Compound Structure of Public Service Delivery Systems in Israel. Ramat Gan: Bar-Ilan University Institute of Local Government.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1977. “National Systems, Cultural Systems, and Systems Analysis.Publius: The Journal of Federalism 7 (Winter): 1-6. Paid access.  

Elazar, Daniel J., ed. 1977. Sugiot BeShilton Mekomi [Issues in Local Government] Ramat Gan: Bar-Ilan University Institute of Local Government.

 

1975

Elazar, Daniel J. 1975. “Federalism in Theory and Practice: Some French, American, and Nigerian Examples.Publius: The Journal of Federalism 3 (Spring): 1-4. Paid access.  

Elazar, Daniel J. 1975. Foreward to Les Mouvements Federalistes en France de 1945 a 1974 by Alain Greilsammer. Paris: Presses d’Europe. Description and ordering information.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1975. “The Local Elections: Sharpening the Trend Toward Territorial Democracy.” In The Elections in Israel, 1973, ed. Asher Arian. Jerusalem: Academic Press.

Republished as: Elazar, Daniel J. 1976. The Local Elections: Sharpening the Trend Toward Territorial Democracy. Jerusalem: Bar-Ilan University Institute of Local Government.

 

1974

Elazar, Daniel J. 1974. “Filling the Gap in Local Administration.” Bar-Ilan University (Summer).

Elazar, Daniel J. 1974. Federalism: A Comparative Historical Approach. Philadelphia: Center for the Study of Federalism.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1974. Local Government and Politics in Israel: A Preliminary Research Guide. Philadelphia: Center for Jewish Community Studies.

Elazar, Daniel J. 1974.”Local Government as an Integrating Factor in Israel.” International Problems.

 

1973

Elazar, Daniel J. 1973. “Local Government as an Integrating Factor in Israeli Society.” In Israel: Social Structure and Change, eds. Michael Curtis and Mordecai Chertoff. New Brunswick: Transaction Books. Description and ordering information.

 

1972

Elazar, Daniel J. 1972. “Contemporary Federalism in Germany and the Future of Federalism in America.Publius: The Journal of Federalism 2 (Spring): 1-3. Paid access. 

 

1971

Elazar, Daniel J. 1971. The Principle and Practice of Federalism: A Comparative Historical Approach. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

 

1968

Elazar, Daniel J. 1968. Review of New Federations: Experiments in Commonwealth by Ronald L. Watts. Political Science Quarterly 83 (December): 625-627. Paid access.