A study of the constitutional and other arrangements federal systems make to secure economic advantage without sacrificing the benefits of federalism.
By reference to their own country, international authors consider a wide range of topics on which integration and a unitary system clash with diversity and federalism.
Table of Contents
Australian Economic Union
The Federalist Revolution And The Way To Peace
Daniel J Elazar
Economic Union and Federal Diversity: Should a Coca-Cola Bottle Carry 51 Health Warnings and, If So, in What Language?
Mutual Recognition in Federal Type Systems
Economic Integration and Equality in Federations: The Case of Canada
Douglas M Brown and Peter M Leslie
Equity and Efficiency Aspects of Regional Redistribution Policies in Spain
Fiscal Federalism in Germany
External Limits on State Taxation of Business Activities
Henry A Coleman
Between Economic Union and Political Union: European Monetary Union, Federalism and the ’Bundesbank Analogy’
The Influence on Swiss Federalism of Potential Membership of the European Community