Studies in territorial and cultural diversity governance ; 8. Human Rights and Humanitarian Law E-Books Online, Collection 2017, ISBN ; 9789004328037.
Concurrency of powers - the exercise of jurisdiction by federal governments and constituent units in the same policy areas - is a key, if not the central, mode of governance in most federal systems today. Moreover, the experience has been that federal governments dominate the concurrent space giving rise to contestation. This volume, Concurrent Powers in Federal Systems: Meaning, Making and Managing , edited by Professor Nico Steytler, is the first to examine from a comparative perspective this crucial issue confronting both established and emerging federations. Case studies of 16 countries on five continents dissect the various manifestations of concurrency, analyse what drives this modern governance mode, and review management strategies that seek to guard against central dominance of concurrent areas.
"The case studies are the product of the Annual Conference of the International Association of Centers for Federal Studies (IACFS), held in Cape Town, South Africa, in November 2014, organised by the Dullah Omar Institute."--ECIP galley preface and acknowledgments.
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Preliminary Material / Nico Steytler The Currency of Concurrent Powers in Federal Systems / Nico Steytler The Meanings of Concurrency / Anna Dziedzic and Cheryl Saunders From Dualistic Autonomous Concurrency to Marbleised Permissive Concurrency in American Federalism / John Kincaid Concurrent Powers as Doors to Legislative Innovation, Conditional Powers as Gates to the Blind Alley: Some Swiss Illustrations / Eva Maria Belser What's Wrong with Concurrency? Comparative Reflections Based on Constitutional Reforms in Germany and Italy / Francesco Palermo Concurrent Powers in Italy: The New State-centred Approach and Prospects for Reform / Paolo Colasante De Facto Concurrency in Spain / Carles Viver Pi-Sunyer and Mercè Corretja Torrens Concurrent Powers in the EU and Their Impact on the Powers of Member States / Stelio Mangiameli Concurrency of Powers in the Russian Federation / Ivan Leksin and Viacheslav Seliverstov Fiscal Federalism and Concurrence of Taxing Powers in Argentina: A Historical Perspective / Miguel Angel Asensio Concurrent Power and Local Interest in Brazil's Federalism / Gilberto M.A. Rodrigues Concurrent Powers in South Africa / Jaap de Visser Concurrent Powers in the Ethiopian Federal System / Assefa Fiseha and Zemelak Ayele Concurrency in the 2010 Kenya Constitution / Conrad M. Bosire Concurrency of Powers in Deeply Divided Countries: The Case of Yemen's Draft Constitution of 2015 / Nico Steytler Concurrency of Powers: The Zebra in the Room / Nico Steytler Index / Nico Steytler.
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Print version: International Association of Centers for Federal Studies. Conference (2014 : Cape Town, South Africa). Concurrent powers in federal systems meaning, making, and managing Leiden ; Boston : Brill Nijhoff, 2017