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German Public Policy and Federalism

Current Debates on Political, Legal, and Social Issues (Policies & Institutions Germany, Europe, and Transatlantic Relations)

by Arthur B. Gunlicks

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  • 26 Currently reading

Published by Berghahn Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • POLITICS & GOVERNMENT,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • General,
  • Modern - 20th Century,
  • Public Policy - General,
  • 1990-,
  • Germany,
  • Law,
  • Politics and government,
  • Social policy

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12202607M
    ISBN 101571813934
    ISBN 109781571813930

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    Federalism in Germany. Discuss the central features of the federal political system in Germany and the role that federal institutions play in policy-making in Germany. Federalism in the theoretical term refers to a form of government the structure of which is based on the division or distribution of power and authority between its different levels. matters of national policy (e.g. Germany, Argentina). Federalism attempts to reconcile a desire for unity and communality on certain issues with a desire for diversity and autonomy on others (see Figure ). The question of whether federalism is suitable for a given country (and, if.


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German Public Policy and Federalism book volume deals with selected aspects of domestic and European policy, political parties, the challenge of direct democracy, and federalism in unified Germany – all issues that have been the subject of much discussion, political posturing, legislation, and, to some extent, constitutional amendments and court decision for many years, if not : Hardcover.

Public Policy and Federalism by Dietmar Braun (Editor) ISBN Format: Hardcover. [PDF] German Public Policy and Federalism: Current Debates on Political, Legal and Social Issues (Policies & German Public Policy and Federalism: Current Debates on Political, Legal and Social Issues (Policies & Institutions) Book Review A must buy book if you need to adding benefit.

Better then never, though i am quite late in start reading. 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.

This book investigates the history of the post-war welfare state in Germany and its normative foundations, with special emphasis on constitutional issues. The author, formerly Director of the Max-Planck-Institute for Foreign and International Social Law, Munich, and President of the Max-Planck-Society, argues that social policy – not only in Brand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

'Turner's book breaks new ground in linking the debates on how federalism and partisan politics influence public policy. His thoroughly researched and powerfully argued analysis of the influence of parties on public policy in the German Länder makes an important contribution to our understanding of German politics.'Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.

GERMAN PUBLIC POLICY AND FEDERALISM Current Debates on Politicai, Legai, and Social Issues Edited by Arthur B. Gunlicks i Berghabn Books NEW YORK • OXFORD. CONTENTS List of Illustrations vii Foreword by ]ackson Janes viii Notes on Contributors x Introductìon: German Unification, Public Policy, and Federalism.

Germany and Federalism. Johannes Rau President of the Federal Republic of Germany For two weeks now, we have been witnessing a new solidarity among the people of Germany.

The disastrous flooding has galvanised many individuals, and they are not just thinking about those in. 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.

Watts, R. () “Federalism, regionalism and political integration”, in D. Cameron (ed.) Regionalism and Supranationalism, pp.Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy.

Watts, R. () “Federalism, Federal Political Systems and Federations” in Annual Review of Political Science, (1): Wheare, K. (   Introduction: German Unification, Public Policy, and Federalism Arthur B. Gunlicks. Chapter 1. Historical Dimensions of German Statehood: From the Old Reich to the New Germany Wolf D.

Gruner. Chapter 2. On the Misery of the German Financial Constitution Gisela Färber. Chapter 3. Territorial Reform of the Länder: A Demand of the Basic Law Uwe Pages: The books in this series will focus on the modern period, from to the present day.

GERMANY’S NEW FOREIGN POLICY Decision-Making in an Interdependent World The Western Integration of East Central Europe Since Maiken Umbach GERMAN FEDERALISM Past, Present, Future.

New Perspectives in German Studies Series Standing Order ISBN 0. Public Policy and Federalism. the article examines the potential influence of federalism on public policies beyond the standard discussion of the comparative political economy of federalism Author: Dietmar Braun.

Key words: Federalism, federal state, confederation, models of federalism, unitarism, European Union, Switzerland, Germany, USA 1. Introductory Remarks From the historical perspective, federalism has originated as one of the forms of internal set-up of the state. InFile Size: KB. 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 and again after The myth of federalism as a safeguard against totalitarianism is tested in regard to.

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oFile Size: 90KB. German public policy and federalism: current debates on political, legal, and social issues. For arguments in favour of territorial reform, see Uwe Leonardy, ‘Territorial Reform of the Länder: A Demand of the Basic Law’, in Arthur Gunlicks (ed.), German Public Policy and Federalism: Current Debates on Political, Legal and Social Issues (New York: Berghahn Books, ), ChCited by: The most commonly cited characteristic of American federalism is ‘dual federalism’.

This refers to constitutionally delegated powers for the federal government and reserve powers for the states, with each level administering its own policies.

In case of conflict, federal law is supreme so long as the federal government is authorised to act by the constitution. In Germany, federalism is. More recently, the question of Germany’s participation in the NATO military intervention in Libya was highly salient in public debate and the most-covered political issue on the main German TV news programs at the time.

7 In the field of European policy, the eurozone crisis has never been far from the top of public concerns since Cited by: 4. Dietmar BraunAshgateHardbackThe book improves our knowledge on the impact of federalism on policy performance from a comparative point of view.

Case studies of six countries? federal and unitary states? establishes the relationship between state structure (federal or unitary) and policy pe.He has published books and articles relating to judicial policy-making, federalism, the legal profession, the judicial process, human rights, American politics, terrorism, Bush v.

Gore (), the politics of court reform and the judicial politics of the DC circuit.Books shelved as federalism: The Federalist Papers by Alexander Hamilton, Federal Government by Kenneth Clinton Wheare, The Architecture of Government: R.