Federalism in Central and Eastern Europe: International Library of Sociology C

Political Sociology (International Library of Sociology) by Rud Schlesinger

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Part of this work was embodied in the book Russia and Her Western Neighbours which I published, inconjointly with Prof. Keeton. In the autumn ofProf. Keeton and Dr. Schwarzenberger suggested me to make a more thorough study of the problems of Federalism in Central and Eastern Europe.

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Based on a principal component analysis, seven aspects of both federalism and decentralization are used as variables for explaining differences in (1) fiscal policy.