Asymmetries in constitutional law: recent developments in federal and regional systems
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The volume originates from the observation that the trend towards a multi-sphere structure of government requires integrated forms of territorial management. In this context, asymmetry and its implementation by means of procedures, mechanisms and political diversity management instruments has become a key factor, inherent to the overall phenomenon towards decentralization. The book provides information, analysis and insights regarding one of the most prevailing topics in comparative federal and regional studies and hopes to encounter the interest of a wide range of scholars, researchers, policymakers, civil servants and more generally of those who study and manage complex multi-sphere governmental structures.