Csehi publishes article on Horizontal coordination in federal political systems
Horizontal coordination in federal political systems – non-centralization in the European Union and Canada compared
by Robert Csehi
published in the Journal of European Public Policy
The article deals with the emergence of horizontal policy coordination in federal political systems. Building on the notion of ‘non-centralization’, horizontal interdependence and vertical independence, it shows how policy coordination played out in the EU’s economic governance framework as well as in Canada’s interprovincial trade domain.
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