Federal Governance

The journal is an international online graduate journal about the theory and practice of federalism and publishes its articles on a rolling basis. It is the first graduate journal of federalism with an international team of editors, referees and professors behind it. Allied with the Forum of Federations and founding partner, Institute of Intergovernmental Relations at Queen’s University; Federal Governance aims to contribute to a global dialogue on federalism.

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Vol 10, No 1 (2013)

Table of Contents

Editorial Notes

Call for Editors VIEW PDF
 
Statistics and Reviewers 2013 VIEW PDF
 

Research Articles/Revised Seminar Papers

WE WILL ALWAYS HAVE TAMPERE: A Case Study on the Regulation of the Residence Status of Long-Term Migrants VIEW PDF
Manuel Abrantes
TAKING THE ROAD LESS TRAVELLED: Indigenous Self-Determination and Participation in Canadian Institutions VIEW PDF
Marc Woons
THE ORIGINS OF NIGERIAN FEDERALISM: The Rikerian Theory and Beyond VIEW PDF
Dele Babalola

Book Reviews / Research Commentary

Book review: Federal Dynamics: Continuity, Change and the Varieties of Federalism VIEW PDF
Victoria Hinchly
Book Review: Federalism and the Constitution of Canada VIEW PDF
Jennifer Mussell
Book review: Multi-Level Party Politics in Western Europe VIEW PDF
Dominic Heinz


ISSN: 1923-6158