Federal Scholar

Since 2013, the Institute for Comparative Federalism welcomes a Federal Scholar in Residence in order to enhance the comparative study of federalism and regionalism by providing an opportunity for exchange among scholars in the field and to thereby inspire and develop new project ideas. The winner of each is granted a research stay of up to three weeks at Eurac Research in Bolzano/Bozen, South Tyrol, Italy and gets the opportunity to discuss and present their research on issues related to comparative federalism, regionalism and/or intergovernmental relations with international experts in the field.

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Secession in the EU multi-level constitutional order
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Secession in the EU multi-level constitutional order

Nikos SkoutarisNikos Skoutaris
Beyond typologies: federal scholars and federal studies
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Beyond typologies: federal scholars and federal studies

Francesco PalermoFrancesco Palermo
Can federalism protect subnational units from national authoritarianism?
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Can federalism protect subnational units from national authoritarianism?

James A. GardnerJames A. Gardner
Multi-level governance and the environment in the pandemic era
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Multi-level governance and the environment in the pandemic era

Rebecca NelsonRebecca Nelson
State Nationalism and Macchiatones
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State Nationalism and Macchiatones

Daniel CetràDaniel Cetrà
On the relationship between decentralized governance and pluralism
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On the relationship between decentralized governance and pluralism

Andrew J. HardingAndrew J. Harding
Federalism and inequality: A long-debated relationship with few empirical tests
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Federalism and inequality: A long-debated relationship with few empirical tests

Lucas GonzálezLucas González
Courts, Rights, and Federal Constitutionalism
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Courts, Rights, and Federal Constitutionalism

Erin DelaneyErin Delaney
Contentious Federalism and the Multinational State
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Contentious Federalism and the Multinational State

Karlo BastaKarlo Basta

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