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The Future of Federalism

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  • Richard Eccleston
  • Richard Krever

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The crisis and its aftermath had a dramatic short-term effect on federal relations and, as the twelve case studies in this volume show, set in place a new set of socio-political factors that are shaping the longer-run process of institutional evolution and adaptation in federal systems. This illuminating book illustrates how an understanding of these complex dynamics is crucial to the development of policies needed for effective and sustainable federal governance in the twenty-first century.​

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  • Richard Eccleston & Richard Krever (ed.), 2017. "The Future of Federalism," Books, Edward Elgar Publishing, number 16541, April.
  • Handle: RePEc:elg:eebook:16541
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