Constitutional policy in multilevel government : the art of keeping the balance (Book, 2016) []
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Constitutional policy in multilevel government : the art of keeping the balance

Constitutional policy in multilevel government : the art of keeping the balance

Author: Arthur BenzDominic HeinzEike-Christian HornigAndrea Fischer-HotzelJörg KemmerzellAll authors
Publisher: Oxford Oxford University Press 2016
Series: Transformations in governance
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First editionView all editions and formats

This volume compares processes of constitutional reform in federal and regionalized states.


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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur Benz; Dominic Heinz; Eike-Christian Hornig; Andrea Fischer-Hotzel; Jörg Kemmerzell; Bettina Petersohn
ISBN: 9780198786078 0198786077
OCLC Number: 959639410
Accession No: (DE-604)BV043752383
Description: xi, 270 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: 1: Introduction2: Theoretical Framework and Research Design3: Arthur Benz with Andrea Fischer-Hotzel and Bettina Petersohn: Constitutional Problems and Reform Agendas in Federal and Regionalized States4: Arthur Benz with Dominic Heinz, Eike Hornig, Andrea Fischer-Hotzel, and Bettina Petersohn: Patterns of Constitutional Policy in Multilevel Government - Case Studies5: Arthur Benz with with Joerg Kemmerzell and Bettina Petersohn: Ratification and Ratification Failure: The Impact of Amendment Rules6: Constitutional Reform and Implicit Change7: Explaining Success and Failure of Constitutional Policy8: Conclusions
Series Title: Transformations in governance
Responsibility: Arthur Benz ; in cooperation with Dominic Heinz, Eike-Christian Hornig, Andrea Fischer-Hotzel, Jörg Kemmerzell, and Bettina Petersohn.


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By studying constitutional policy as a complex process and by focusing on the organization of constitutional negotiations, the book makes a valuable contribution to the quest for federal robustness, Read more...

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