5 edition of Recasting German Federalism found in the catalog.
by Pinter Publishers
Written in English
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Charlie Jeffery has written: 'Recasting German Federalism' 'German federalism today' -- subject(s): Federal government, History, Constitutional history, Politics and government 'Social democracy. Read "Federalism, Unification and European Integration" by available from Rakuten Kobo. This is an assessment of how an established, federal constitutional framework can Brand: Taylor And Francis.
German federalism gives states a strong voice and encourages collective responses to fiscal problems, enabling comprehensive restructuring of long-term care financing. In the United States, states lack a political mechanism to compel federal policy makers to tackle this by: Federalism and Enlightenment identifies two connected features of great but underrated importance in German history; the strength of devolved, federal government inside the Holy Roman Empire; and the influence of ideas imported from England. Both stood out against the militaristic absolutism and admiration of France associated with Prussia. The German Enlightenment has usually been seen as .
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Recasting German Federalism: The Legacies of Unification [Jeffrey, Charlie] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Recasting German Federalism: The Legacies of Unification. The first part of the book analyzes the nature of pre-unification West German federalism and the unique challenge posed for the federal system by unification.
Part 2 takes stock of key issues in the operation of post-unification federalism, including the policy process, the role of parties in federalism, conflicts of interest over financial Author: Charlie Jeffrey.
ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Contexts --The Institutional Structures of German Federalism / Uwe Leonardy --Territory and Power: Some Historical Determinants of the Constitutional Structure of the Federal Republic of Germany / Nevil Johnson --Centralizing Trends in Western.
History. German federalism dates back to the founding of the Holy Roman Empire in the Middle Ages, to the reforms that came with the Peace of Westphalia and to the constitution of the German Empire from Following German unification, German federalism came into conflict with German alists argued for power to be concentrated in the central government in Berlin, but.
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In answering Recasting German Federalism book question, I propose a framework centered around the interaction of ideas and state institutions to study the politics of fiscal decentralization in advanced democratic by: This book explores the German idea of federalism denoting 'diversity within unity'.
Historians, linguists and political scientists examine how federalism emerged in the Holy Roman Empire, was re-shaped by nineteenth-century cultural movements, and was adopted by the unified state in Price: $ Abstract.
Decentralization of political power and administrative decision-making during the last three presidential administrations (–) has recast federalism in Mexico and sharply altered intergovernmental relations between the levels of government and between the principal by: Ziblatt, Daniel.
“Recasting German Federalism. The New Politics of Fiscal Decentralization in Post-Unification Germany.” Politische Vierteljahresschr no. 4 ().Cited by: Uwe Leonardy, ‘German Federalism towards To be Reformed or Deformed?’, in Charlie Jeffery, ed., Recasting German Federalism: The Legacies of Unification (London ).
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Denazification in Soviet-occupied Germany, making writing skills is in line with your capacity: Exposure to published, written works has greatly influenced his writing, as other. Recasting German Federalism. The Politics of Fiscal Decentralization in Post-Unifaction Germany.
The book is a remarkable achievement that will have a major impact on the field of comparative. German Federalism in Historical Perspective Maiken Umbach 1 2 Federal Habits: the Holy Roman Empire and the Continuity of German Federalism Joachim Whaley 15 3 History and Federalism in the Age of Nation-State Formation Maiken Umbach 42 4 Federalism and the Heimat Idea in Imperial Germany Alon Conﬁno 70 5 Political Unity and Linguistic.
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“Rethinking Federalism’s Origins: Puzzle, Theory, and Evidence from Nineteenth Century Europe” World Politics 57 (October): “Recasting German Federalism.
The New Politics of Fiscal Decentralization in Post-Unification Germany” Politische Vierteljahresschrift 4 (December).
While writing that book, I became aware of the lack of information in English on the German Länder and German federalism in general. There are some edited books on German federalism that have appeared in English, but they generally deal with selected current issues or with the functioning of German federalism overall.
There was little or. Designing Federalism A Theory of Self-Sustainable Federal Institutions Cited by ; Cited by. Crossref Citations. This book has been cited by the following publications. This list is generated Charlie, and Hans Mackenstein.
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Book Description: This collection of fifteen essays by scholars from the UK, the US, Germany, and Scandinavia revisits the question of German identity.
Unlike previous books on this topic, however, the focus is not exclusively on national identity in the aftermath of Hitler. Some observers (e.g. Wachendorfer-Schmidt, ; Jeffery, ) have noticed that the German system is currently shifting from cooperative federalism to competitive federalism, and new policy Author: Charlie Jeffery.German Federalism Today (Studies in federalism) by Jeffery, Charlie, Savigear, Peter and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The German federal states, the so-called Bundesländer, enjoy far-reaching autonomy: according to Germany’s basic law, legislative authority rests with the states unless it is not explicitly Author: Jochen Hung.