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PPublius: The Journal of Federalism

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Volume 52, issue 4, 2022

Comparative Federalism and Covid-19: Combating the Pandemic, Edited by Nico Steytler pp. e45-e47 Downloads
Yvonne Hegele
The Symbolic State: Minority Recognition, Majority Backlash, and Secession in Multinational Countries, by Karlo Basta pp. e48-e51 Downloads
Jaime Lluch
Laboratories Against Democracy: How National Parties Transformed State Politics, by Jacob M. Grumbach (Partisan Federalism) pp. e52-e55 Downloads
Timothy Callaghan
Cords of Affection: Constructing Constitutional Union in Early American History, by Emily Pears pp. e56-e60 Downloads
Grace Mallon
Dual versus Administrative Federalism: Origins and Evolution of Two Models (What can federalism teach us about the European Union? The German experience) pp. 525-552 Downloads
Sean Mueller and Alan Fenna
Laboratories of Bureaucracy: How Bureaucrats Learn across States in Setting Early Childhood Education Standards (Making the national local: Specifying the conditions for national government influence on state policymaking) pp. 553-578 Downloads
Kelly B Smith
Providing Opinions: State Attorneys General and State Constitutions (The state attorney general: A friend of the court?) pp. 579-604 Downloads
James N G Cauthen
The Political Economy of Local Governments’ Requests for Permission to Override Central Fiscal Limitations: Insights from Israel (Leviathan or public steward? Evidence on local government taxing behavior from New York State) pp. 605-631 Downloads
Omer Kimhi, Itai Beeri and Yaniv Reingewertz
Public Opinion, Federalism, and Level of Governmental Intervention: Perceptions of Law Enforcement Response to the 2020 George Floyd Protests (Does federalism weaken democratic representation in the United States?) pp. 632-654 Downloads
Burcu Kolcak and Katherine T McCabe
A Tale of Two Regions: An Analysis of Two Decades of Belgian Public Opinion (Institutional change, economic conditions and confidence in government: Evidence from Belgium) pp. 655-674 Downloads
Marc Hooghe and Dieter Stiers
In Memoriam: Stephen L. Schechter pp. 675-676 Downloads
John Kincaid

Volume 52, issue 3, 2022

Nationalism, Secessionism, and Autonomy, by André Lecours pp. e37-e39 Downloads
Karlo Basta
Gerrymandering the States: Partisanship, Race, and the Transformation of American Federalism, by Alex Keena, Michael Lanter, Anthony J. McGann, and Charles Anthony Smith pp. e40-e42 Downloads
Michael Smith
When Cities Lobby: How Local Governments Compete for Power in State Politics, by Julia Payson pp. e43-e44 Downloads
Katherine Levine Einstein
The State of American Federalism 2021–2022: Federal Courts, State Legislatures, and the Conservative Turn in the Law pp. 353-381 Downloads
David M Konisky and Paul Nolette
Biden and the Affordable Care Act: Congressional Action, Executive Federalism, State Litigation, and Program Durability pp. 382-407 Downloads
Frank J Thompson and Michael K Gusmano
Climate and Environmental Justice Policies in the First Year of the Biden Administration pp. 408-427 Downloads
J Mijin Cha, Caroline Farrell and Dimitris Stevis
Districts for a New Decade—Partisan Outcomes and Racial Representation in the 2021–22 Redistricting Cycle pp. 428-451 Downloads
Christopher Warshaw, Eric McGhee and Michal Migurski
The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Election Administration, Voting Options, and Turnout in the 2020 US Election pp. 452-475 Downloads
Paul S Herrnson, Michael J Hanmer, Matthew Weil and Rachel Orey
Exploring Intra-State Tensions in Government Responses to COVID-19 pp. 476-496 Downloads
Peter Stanley Federman and Cali Curley
Monitoring Corporate Compliance through Cooperative Federalism: Trends in Multistate Settlements by State Attorneys General pp. 497-522 Downloads
Colin Provost, Elysa Dishman and Paul Nolette

Volume 52, issue 2, 2022

Routledge Handbook of Subnational Constitutions and Constitutionalism, edited by Patricia Popelier, Giacomo Delledonne, and Nicholas Aroney pp. e18-e21 Downloads
Christophe Van der Beken
Hidden Laws: How State Constitutions Stabilize American Politics, by Robinson Woodward-Burns pp. e22-e25 Downloads
Kevin G Lorentz
Who Decides? States as Laboratories of Constitutional Experimentation, by Jeffrey S. Sutton pp. e26-e30 Downloads
Sean Beienburg
Fighting Political Gridlock: How States Shape Our Nation and Our Lives, by David J. Toscano pp. e31-e33 Downloads
Ben Merriman
Federalism in Canada: Contested Concepts and Uneasy Balances, by Thomas O. Hueglin pp. e34-e36 Downloads
James T McHugh
The Correlates and Characteristics of American State Identity pp. 173-200 Downloads
Emily Pears and Emily Sydnor
Political Parties and Decentralization in Pakistan pp. 201-224 Downloads
Sameen A Mohsin Ali and Mariam Mufti
Deproblematizing the Federal–Unitary Dichotomy: Insights from a Public Opinion Survey about Approaches to Designing a Political System in Afghanistan pp. 225-253 Downloads
Mohammad Bashir Mobasher and Mohammad Qadam Shah
Intergovernmental Influence, Managerial Turnover, and City Energy Policy Adoption pp. 254-282 Downloads
Chien-Shih Huang and Frances Berry
Subnational Politics and Redistribution in a Federal System: Determinants of Progressive Social Spending in Brazilian States pp. 283-309 Downloads
Claire Dunn
Dissecting Public Opinion on Regional Authority: Four Types of Regionalists Based on Citizens’ Preferences for Self-Rule and Shared Rule pp. 310-328 Downloads
Arjan H Schakel and A J Brown
Who Backs Separation? An Empirical Assessment of the Objective and Subjective Markers of Identity in Support for Secession in Catalonia pp. 329-350 Downloads
Marc Guinjoan
In Memoriam: Richard P. Nathan pp. 351-352 Downloads
Sarah F Liebschutz

Volume 52, issue 1, 2022

Dynamic Federalism: A New Theory for Cohesion and Regional Autonomy, by Patricia Popelier pp. e1-e4 Downloads
Anna Gamper
Federal Constitutional Values and Citizen Attitudes to Government: Explaining Federal System Viability and Reform Preferences in Eight Countries pp. 1-25 Downloads
A J Brown, Jacob Deem and John Kincaid
Federalism and Constitutional Law: The Italian Contribution to Comparative Regionalism, edited by Erika Arban, Giuseppe Martinico, and Francesco Palermo pp. e5-e7 Downloads
Davide Vampa
Cooperation and Conflict between State and Local Government, edited by Russell L. Hanson and Eric S. Zeemering pp. e8-e11 Downloads
Jonathan M Fisk
Democracy and Deliberation: The Law and Politics of Sex Offender Legislation, by Cary Federman pp. e12-e17 Downloads
Paul Chen
Explaining Defederalization in Ghana pp. 26-54 Downloads
Dennis Amego Korbla Penu
Indonesian Autonomies: Explaining Divergent Self-Government Outcomes in Aceh and Papua pp. 55-81 Downloads
Shane Joshua Barter and Hipolitus Ringgi Wangge
Projecting the Nation(s) in Multinational Federal Systems: International Education and Nation Branding in Canada/Quebec pp. 82-106 Downloads
Hannah Moscovitz
The Effect of Intergovernmental Policy Conflict on Immigrants’ Behavior: Insights from a Survey Experiment in California pp. 107-132 Downloads
Tom K Wong, Karina Shklyan and Andrea Silva
The Impact of Regional and National Leaders in Subnational Elections in Spain: Evidence from Andalusian Regional Elections pp. 133-153 Downloads
Carmen Ortega, Fátima Recuero, José Manuel Trujillo and Pablo Oñate
Indirect Federal Subsidy and Tax Exportation through State and Local Tax Deduction: Understanding the Impact of the 2017 Tax Reform on State and Local Governments pp. 154-172 Downloads
Yonghong Wu

Volume 51, issue 4, 2021

How We Vote: Innovation in American Elections, by Kathleen Hale and Mitchell Brown pp. e28-e30 Downloads
Daniel Palazzolo
Abortion and the Law in America: Roe v. Wade to the Present, by Mary Ziegler pp. e31-e34 Downloads
Joshua C Wilson
Explaining Intergovernmental Conflict in the COVID-19 Crisis: The United States, Canada, and Australia pp. 513-536 Downloads
André Lecours, Daniel Béland, Alan Fenna, Tracy Beck Fenwick, Mireille Paquet, Philip Rocco and Alex Waddan
Explaining Intergovernmental Coordination during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Responses in Australia, Canada, Germany, and Switzerland pp. 537-569 Downloads
Johanna Schnabel and Yvonne Hegele
Pandemic Policymaking in Presidential Federations: Explaining Subnational Responses to Covid-19 in Brazil, Mexico, and the United States pp. 570-600 Downloads
Cyril Bennouna, Agustina Giraudy, Eduardo Moncada, Eva Rios, Richard Snyder and Paul Testa
COVID-19 and Territorial Policy Dynamics in Western Europe: Comparing France, Spain, Italy, Germany, and the United Kingdom pp. 601-626 Downloads
Davide Vampa
Assessing the Performance of Australian Federalism in Responding to the Pandemic pp. 627-649 Downloads
Julian R Murphy and Erika Arban
Governing in a Polarized Era: Federalism and the Response of U.S. State and Federal Governments to the COVID-19 Pandemic pp. 650-672 Downloads
Thomas A Birkland, Kristin Taylor, Deserai A Crow and Rob DeLeo
Fighting COVID-19 in the United States with Federalism and Other Constitutional and Statutory Authority pp. 673-692 Downloads
Beverly A Cigler
Federalism, Polarization, and Policy Responsibility during COVID-19: Experimental and Observational Evidence from the United States pp. 693-719 Downloads
Nicholas Jacobs

Volume 51, issue 3, 2021

Handbook on Gender, Diversity and Federalism, edited by Jill Vickers, Joan Grace, and Cheryl N. Collier pp. e17-e19 Downloads
Christine Forster
Citizenship Reimagined: A New Framework for State Rights in the United States, by Allan Colbern and S. Karthick Ramakrishnan pp. e20-e22 Downloads
Margaret M Commins
Power-Sharing in Europe: Past Practice, Present Cases and Future Directions, edited by Soeren Keil and Allison McCulloch pp. e23-e24 Downloads
Arianna Piacentini
Hybrid Regimes within Democracies: Fiscal Federalism and Subnational Rentier States, by Carlos Gervasoni pp. e25-e27 Downloads
Michael Buehler
The State of American Federalism, 2020–2021: Deepening Partisanship amid Tumultuous Times pp. 327-364 Downloads
David M Konisky and Paul Nolette
Fiscal Federalism and Economic Crises in the United States: Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic and Great Recession pp. 365-395 Downloads
Mariely López-Santana and Philip Rocco
Governors in Control: Executive Orders, State-Local Preemption, and the COVID-19 Pandemic pp. 396-428 Downloads
Carol S Weissert, Matthew J Uttermark, Kenneth R Mackie and Alexandra Artiles
Energy Policy Reversal during the Trump Administration: Examination of Its Legacy and Implications for Federalism pp. 429-458 Downloads
Madeline Yozwiak, Hannah Abell and Sanya Carley
Advocating for Medicaid Expansion in Republican States: Overcoming “Fractious Federalism” in the Statehouse and Ballot Box pp. 459-483 Downloads
Jake Haselswerdt
Federalism, Defunding the Police, and Democratic Values: A Functional Accountability Framework for Analyzing Police Reform Proposals pp. 484-511 Downloads
J AndrewSinclair, Maya Love and María Gutiérrez-Vera

Volume 51, issue 2, 2021

Trump, the Administrative Presidency, and Federalism, by Frank J. Thompson, Kenneth K. Wong, and Barry G. Rabe pp. e13-e13 Downloads
Adam L Warber
City, State: Constitutionalism and the Megacity, by Ran Hirschl pp. e14-e14 Downloads
Amal Sethi
Identities, Trust, and Cohesion in Federal Systems: Public Perspectives, edited by Jack Jedwab and John Kincaid pp. e15-e15 Downloads
Jennifer Wolak
Local Accountability and National Coordination in Fiscal Federalism, by Charles Hankla, Jorge Martinez-Vazquez, and Raul Alberto Ponce Rodriguez pp. e16-e16 Downloads
Vlad Tarko
Building a National Economy: Origins of Centralized Federalism in India pp. 161-185 Downloads
Louise Tillin
Brexit and Territorial Preferences: Evidence from Scotland and Northern Ireland pp. 186-211 Downloads
Lesley-Ann Daniels and Alexander Kuo
Public Attribution of Responsibility for Disaster Preparedness across Three Levels of Government and the Public: Lessons from a Survey of Residents of the U.S. South Atlantic and Gulf Coast pp. 212-237 Downloads
Wesley Wehde and Matthew C Nowlin
An Environmental Race to the Bottom? “No More Stringent” Laws in the American States pp. 238-261 Downloads
Neal D Woods
The Effect of Institutional Affiliation and Career Patterns on (De)centralization Preferences in Advanced Multi-Level States: Parliamentarians’ Support for (De)Centralization in Belgium pp. 262-282 Downloads
Jeremy Dodeigne, Christoph Niessen, Min Reuchamps and Dave Sinardet
Undermining Governors: Argentina’s Double-Punishment Federal Spending Strategy pp. 283-306 Downloads
Tracy Beck Fenwick and Lucas González
Post-Partition Citizenship Policies: Lessons from Post-Yugoslav Federal States pp. 307-326 Downloads
Jelena Džankić and Soeren Keil

Volume 51, issue 1, 2021

Shock or Design: What Drives Fiscal De/Centralization? A Comparative Analysis of Twenty-Nine OECD Countries, 1995–2017 pp. 1-26 Downloads
Tobias Arnold, Sean Mueller and Adrian Vatter
Attitudes toward Ethnocultural Diversity in Multilevel Political Communities: Comparing the Effect of National and Subnational Attachments in Canada pp. 27-53 Downloads
Antoine Bilodeau, Audrey Gagnon, Stephen E White, Luc Turgeon and Ailsa Henderson
Support for Regionalization in Federal Belgium: The Role of Political Socialization pp. 54-78 Downloads
Claire Dupuy, Soetkin Verhaegen and Virginie Van Ingelgom
Decentralization’s Effects on Education and Health: Evidence from Ethiopia pp. 79-103 Downloads
Jean-Paul Faguet, Qaiser Khan and Devarakonda Priyanka Kanth
Legislative Territorialization: The Impact of a Decentralized Party System on Individual Legislative Behavior in Argentina pp. 104-130 Downloads
Paula Clerici
Does the Primacy System Work? State versus Federal Implementation of the Clean Water Act pp. 131-160 Downloads
Luke Fowler and Chris Birdsall
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