Devolution and public policy: a comparative perspective
KEATING, Michael; MCEWEN, Nicola; LOSADA, Antón; MÁIZ, Ramón; WINCOTT, Daniel; SUBIRATS, Joan; RYNCK, Stefaan De; GREER, Scott L.; MORENO, Luis; TRELLES, Carlos
Title: Devolution and public policy: a comparative perspective
Author: KEATING, Michael; MCEWEN, Nicola; LOSADA, Antón; MÁIZ, Ramón; WINCOTT, Daniel; SUBIRATS, Joan; RYNCK, Stefaan De; GREER, Scott L.; MORENO, Luis; TRELLES, Carlos
Citation: Regional and federal studies, 2005, 15, 4, 413-558
Subject: Regional policy; Regional studies; Devolution; Public policy; Comparative analysis; Local government; Policy making; State; Social policy; Cross-national analysis; Community; Regionalism; Policy studies; Education policy; Autonomy; Nation building; Secularism; Party politics; National identity; Public spaces; Childhood; Primary education; Child care; Structural change; Social exclusion; Poverty; Divergence; Ethnic minorities; Political parties; Reform; Decentralization; Welfare reform; Identity politics; Innovation; Ethnicity; Convergence; Governance; United Kingdom; Spain; Belgium; Scotland; England; Spain; Canada; Quebec
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