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Governing and Reforming Multilevel Institutions

Federalism
Institutions
National Identity
Nationalism
Regionalism
Comparative Perspective
Policy Change
P189
Elodie Fabre
Queen's University Belfast
Elodie Fabre
Queen's University Belfast

Friday 11:00 - 12:40 (24/08/2018)

Building: VMP 5 Floor: 2 Room: 2071

Abstract

This panel focuses on the government and reform of multilevel institutions. Papers use case studies and comparative methods to analyse territorial reforms, how countries adopt territorial reforms and the role of national minorities in pushing for these reforms. Papers also analyse how multilevel institutions work to balance territorial interests.

Title Details
Party Politics and Decentralization Reforms in Central and Eastern Europe View Paper Details
Why National Minorities Claim and Why States Grant Self-Government. A Comparative Analysis of Autonomy Building in Western Europe View Paper Details
50 Years of Belgian Federalism: A Longitudinal Analysis of Political Discourse Across Six State Reforms View Paper Details
Diversity and Asymmetry in the Federal Arrangement of Post-Soviet Russia View Paper Details
Intergovernmental Relations and Executive Dominance: Horizontal Cooperation and Parliamentary Participation in Two Federal States View Paper Details