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The economic constitution of federal states

Breton, Albert


This book provides a new way of looking at the old problem of the assignment of powers in federal structures. A federal state is, by definition, one in which there exists two or more jurisdictional levels between which authority over domains of public policies has to be assigned. In Canada, for example, the provinces have been given exclusive jurisdiction over education; currency and international trade are assigned to the federal government; and both levels have concurrent authority in...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Press (1965-Present)
Date published: 1978
Type: Book
Access Rights: Open Access


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