2 edition of Substate regionalism and the Federal system. found in the catalog.
Substate regionalism and the Federal system.
United States. Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations.
1973 by For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||JS3 .A14 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||73602810|
What will the future have in store for them? This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Subscribe today Another method of classifying forms of economic regionalism is by their treatment of nonmembers. Yet, if federalism is simply defined as a combination of self-rule and shared-rule then all consociational regimes should be perceived as federal as they institutionalize a combination of both principles. Heath,p. Most scholars of comparative politics would disagree with such an observation — including Arend Lijphart Lijphart
This colloquium brings together a number of specialists on regionalism and nationalism in Europe to discuss the tension between unification and fragmentation in the context of the European Union. It also highlights the shift in the role of Maine's governments in the past half century-from low-service entities to administrators of a broad range of public policies. If so, then we expect a strong correlation between the structure of the party system, the territorial organization of the parties and the overall territorial structure of the state Riker In a number of these now fledgling democracies, for example, Russia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Indonesia, a federal structure has been perceived as a necessary institutional device for preserving the integrity of the state Kymlicka
See, for example, M. For a summary volume interpreting the results of these studies, see R. Ronald L. Therefore, the former Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, the United Arab Emirates or contemporary Pakistan cannot be conceived as federations proper. Instead, for minority nationalities in Spain Catalonia, Basque Country, GaliciaBelgium Flanders and Wallonia or the UK Scotland and Wales the weakening of the state provided an opportunity structure in which their regional identities could be strengthened and a call for larger autonomy within the state could be phrased.
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This is so because in Germany and Austria, the method of dividing powers results in a predominant role of the central government in law-making, but of the regional governments in administrating, including a majority of the centrally approved bills. The arguments that are presented in Chapter 5 are derived in part from a collaborative project on territorial party politics in which at present Bart Maddens, Elodie Fabre and Liselotte Libbrecht take part.
This brings us to our third proposition.
Bart sent me nine single-spaced pages of comments which proved extremely helpful in revising the manuscript. The dissolution of the Netherlands Antilles onpreceded by the secession of Aruba inis the result of decades of economical and political conflicts between the islands that were accompanied by an increase of insular nationalist and separatist feelings.
Tachi, cited in D. More recently, in a highly controversial ruling, the Canadian Supreme Court ruled that Quebec has a right to secede, but only when that secession is a negotiated one, that is, only after it has secured the agreement of the central government and the other provinces Thomson As a result the second chamber has turned into an important vehicle of federal government support if the political majorities are congruent in the central lower and upper chambers or obstruction whenever the political majorities are incongruent.
It would also equip the devolved administration with the economic powers required to raise the underlying rate of economic growth in the short to medium term, and raise productivity in the long term.
Why some states were governed as unitary decentralized states before they became regionalized or federal and what triggered that change. This colloquium brings together a number of specialists on regionalism and nationalism in Europe to discuss the tension between unification and fragmentation in the context of the European Union.
Arguably the division has not been of clear benefit economically to either half. For instance, the tax-raising and spending capacity of the central and regional governments by far exceeds the comparable capacity of the EU, and the same applies to the size of the administrative apparatus which these governments typically control.
I realize that this is idle speculation, but it provides me an opportunity to tease out or unpack certain concepts in a way that is likely to get good feedback from smart people.
He specializes in and teaches history of Substate regionalism and the Federal system. book Central Europe. Surprisingly, many scholars of federalism leave out democracy as a prerequisite of federation. He has published widely on the themes of social democracy and national identity, most recently, with Marnix Beyen, Nationhood from Below: Europe in the Long Nineteenth Century We demonstrate that not only will this maximize the accountability of the devolved administration for public spending decisions, thereby leading to efficiency gains.
In general, they combined a form of power-sharing between representatives of the significant segments religions, ethnicities, language groups which compound the state with a form of segmental autonomy.
No, but I do think that the two have too many mutual goals in regional security and trade to continue ignoring one another much longer. The most basic form is a free-trade areasuch as EFTA, which eliminates or greatly reduces customs duties between its members.
Preview Unable to display preview. This activity prompted a reinvigoration of academic interest into the phenomenon of regionalism, which led to the argument that what was being observed was a new form of regionalism, distinct from the type prevalent immediately following World War II.
I shall take it as the starting point of my analysis. By separating lawmaking from implementation, a division of functions rather than a division of powers is realized. The more knowledge there is of con federalism out there, the better.
Subscribe today With regard to the global economy, the old form of regionalism tended toward protectionist economic blocs, where trade between member countries was encouraged but trade with countries outside the bloc was discouraged by external trade barriers. A second section refers to asymmetric federalism.
The ongoing process of Europeanization within the E. Her publications have focused on the politics of language rights, majority-minority relations, kin-state and diaspora relations, and the influence of EU integration on nationalist political strategies.
But the problem does not stop here. Niranjan offered encouragement and love in the months when this project was finally drawing to a close. Federalism, unlike federation, is in the first place an ideological or normative concept.
With regard to the regional projects initiated by poor countries, such as the SADC in the southern cone of the African continent, these regional organizations included explicit developmental objectives extending beyond trade and monetary policyconsidering the concept of development as a multidimensional process.
The federal and regional legislators must be directly elected in a free and open election process.The European Union Center of Excellence at the University of California, Berkeley presents.
Colloquium on The Specter of Separatism: Political Fragmentation in the European Union. April 11, Dwinelle. UC Berkeley. The last four decades have witnessed an acceleration of globalization processes that have knitted the world closer together.
Federalism and regionalism in Western Europe 1 Structure of the book 4 1 Comparative Federalism and Regionalism in Western Europe: a Conceptual Overview 6 1. Federalism and federation 6 2. Confederalism, regionalism and regionalized states 13 3. Multilevel governance 18 4. Conclusion 20 2 The Origins of Federalism and Regionalism in Western Cited by: 3 international system (Lamy, and ).
Even Japan, Korea, and China are now engaged in regionalism with their first agreements signed at the end of These trends have led to a number of questions and research challenges for trade.
"Federal Funding and the New Regionalism: Blurring tqe Lines of Federalism." I have examined the final paper copy of this dissertation for form and content and recommend that it be accepted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, with a major in Political Science.
We have read this dissertation andCited by: 3. "Many regionalisms [in the U.S.] are relics," notes R.W. Burchfield: "words brought over from Europe, chiefly the British Isles, and preserved in one area or another either because of the continuance of older ways of life in these localities, or because a particular type of English was early established and has not been fully overlaid or undermined" (Studies in Lexicography, ).
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