Federalism and Decentralization Book Series
The Routledge Studies in Federalism and Decentralization book series is coedited by Paolo Dardanelli and John Kincaid. The editors invite submissions of research monographs and edited collections that advance theoretical knowledge.
The series publishes outstanding scholarship on federalism and decentralization, defined broadly, and is open to theoretical, empirical, philosophical, and historical books. The series includes two types of work. First, it features research monographs that are substantially based on primary research and make a significant original contribution to their field. Second, it contains books that address key issues of policy-relevant interest or summarise the research literature and provide a broad comparative coverage.
Braun, Dietmar, Christian Ruiz-Palmero, and Johanna Schnabel. 2017. Consolidation Policies in Federal States: Conflicts and Solutions. Oxon and New York: Routledge, 307pp.
Ferrazzi, Gabriele and Rainer Rohdewohld. 2017. Emerging Practices in Intergovernmental Functional Assignment. Oxon and New York: Routledge, 256pp.
González, Lucas. 2016. Presidents, Governors, and the Politics of Distribution in Federal Democracies: Primus Contra Pares in Argentina and Brazil. Oxon and New York: Routledge, 313pp.
Grgic, Gorana. 2017. Ethnic Conflict in Asymmetric Federations: Comparative Experience of the Former Soviet Union and Yugoslav Regions. Oxon and New York: Routledge, 268pp.
Parker, Jeffrey. 2015. Comparative Federalism and Intergovernmental Agreements: Analyzing Australia, Canada, Germany, South Africa, Switzerland and the United States. Oxon and New York: Routledge, 252pp.
Reuchamps, Min, ed. 2015. Minority Nations in Multinational Federations: A Comparative Study of Quebec and Wallonia. Oxon and New York: Routledge, 198pp.
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