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This book critically discusses traditional federal theories and builds on theories that focus on the dynamics of federalism. It will be an essential resource for legal, social, economic and political scholars interested in federalism, regionalism and de/centralization.
"Popelier aims at laying the foundations for a new, dynamic theory of federalism, overcoming some key weaknesses of traditional federal theory, and testing such theory on a series of conditions: universality, specificity, and flexibility... the author's endeavors in trying to overcome the theoretical weaknesses of traditional federal scholarship, doing so from a legal perspective, is certainly fascinating... the book also offers a peculiar opportunity for comparative constitutional law scholarship to reflect on the importance of method and the definition of concepts to advance research." Lidia Bonifati, Diritti Comparati, 27 May 2021 "Dynamic Federalism is one of the rare books that attempt to develop a holistic theory. One that not only describes but also explains and predicts how federal structures come about, remain in place, contribute to stability or fuel fragmentation, and eventually dissolve. Written by a constitutional lawyer and drawing on the Belgian case to measure its various dimensions and indicators, there is much to be learned from several of the book's core postulates both in the theoretical and in the empirical realms." Sean Mueller (2021): Dynamic federalism: a new theory for cohesion and regional autonomy, Regional & Federal Studies, DOI: 10.1080/13597566.2021.1939691 `...the book is not only greatly informative, but thought-provoking and inspiring. It offers illuminating paths into the worlds of federalism-not all of them yet unknown, but superbly nuanced and analyzed.' Anna Gamper University of Innsbruck, Austria; doi:10.1093/publius/pjab034