KFG Working Paper No. 28 published
News from Aug 12, 2011
The author reviews the state of the art on the study of regionalism by addressing the following questions: First, what are the outcomes of regionalism? How can we describe and compare the results of the delegation of policies and political authority? Second, what are the drivers of regionalism? Why do some governments choose to delegate policies and political authority while others do not? Finally, what are the internal effects of regionalism? How does the delegation of policies and political authority impact back on the domestic structures of the states involved?
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