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Longitudinal Dynamics in Territorial Governance Co-sponsored by IPSA Research Committee 28 ‘Comparative Federalism and Multilevel Governance’

Comparative Politics
 
Federalism
 
Governance
 
Government
 
Institutions
 
Regionalism
 
Panel Number
P197
Panel Chair
Paolo Dardanelli
University of Kent
Panel Discussant
Régis Dandoy
Ghent University
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Time
05/09/2019 11:00
Location
Building: (Building B) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 3rd floor Room: 302
Abstract
The panel brings together papers that address dynamics of change in territorial governance over time, in both federal and unitary states as well as systems that transitioned from a unitary to a federal order or vice versa. The papers cover, in particular, how to theorise the effects of autocratic rule in federations, the causes and consequences of state transformation, the determinants of different patterns of state restructuring in Western Europe, the conditions under which conditional grant programmes in Australia, Canada, and the United States are negotiated, and the political origins of holding-together federations.

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Autocratic Rule and Dynamic De/Centralisation View Paper Details
Between Power Concentration and Fragmentation: Transformation of the State and Multilevel Governance ꟷ Contradicting Trends in Territorial Politics View Paper Details
How the Autonomy Demands and Statutes of Territorial Communities Arise and Evolve: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis of Sub-State Restructuring in Western Europe View Paper Details
Negotiating Conditionality: The Genesis of Federal Grant Programs in Australia, Canada, and the United States View Paper Details
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