Perspectives on Comparative Federalism
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The number of countries embracing federalism is rocketing and research on federalism is booming. Federal studies are eventually abandoning the vain search for definitional clarity, and increasingly look at the potential of federalism to provide solutions to some of the most pressing challenges to contemporary constitutionalism. Federalism is indeed the oldest institutional mechanism to regulate pluralism, and has therefore a lot to offer in solving contemporary challenges originating from the quest for more pluralism, both institutional and societal.
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Valdesalici A; Palermo F (Brill-Nijhoff, 2018)The book investigates intergovernmental financial relations and the current de jure and de facto allocation of financial and fiscal powers in compound states from a comparative and interdisciplinary perspective. The volume ...
Palermo F; Kössler K (Hart, 2017)This is the first comprehensive book that explores the subject of federalism from the perspective of comparative constitutional studies and at the same time places a strong emphasis on how federal systems work in practice. ...