Comparative Federalism: Theory and Practice
A new examination of contemporary federalism and federation, which delivers a detailed theoretical study underpinned by fresh case studies.
It is grounded in a clear distinction between 'federations', particular kinds of states, and 'federalism', the thinking that drives and promotes them. It also details the origins, formation, evolution and operations of federal political interests, through an authoritative series of chapters that:
The final chapter also presents a definitive assessment of federal theory. This book will be of great interest to students and researchers of federalism, devolution, comparative politics and government.