4 edition of Perspectives on Canadian Federalism found in the catalog.
Perspectives on Canadian Federalism
May 1988 by Prentice Hall .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||436|
This booklet offers a snapshot of fiscal federalism in 12 federal democracies. It includes a glossary of country-specific terminology, serving as an entry point to a forthcoming book on the same theme. The booklet series is the fourth in a series created to provide accessible and comparative information on federal systems. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. The Future of Australian Federalism: Comparative and Interdisciplinary Perspectives in SearchWorks catalog. Studies on the Canadian Constitution and Canadian Federalism. Last revised: 28 November Comparing Canadian and American Federalism. Claude Bélanger, Department of History, Marianopolis College. The centralist nature of Canadian federalism is easily demonstrated when one compares it with the original federal constitution of the United. Federalism is the theory or advocacy of federal principles for dividing powers between member units and common institutions. Unlike in a unitary state, sovereignty in federal political orders is non-centralized, often constitutionally, between at least two levels so that units at each level have final authority and can be self governing in some issue area.
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Health Care Federalism in Canada provides a multi-perspective, interdisciplinary analysis of a critical juncture in Canadian public policy and the contributing factors which have led to this : Katherine Fierlbeck.
New Perspectives on Canadian Governance, by Ian Peach (Editor). From discussions on democracy and distinctiveness to explorations of self-governance and power imbalances, Constructing Tomorrow’s Federalism tests assertions from scholars and practitioners on the legitimacy and future of the state of the federation.
In this broad collection of essays, fifteen. Comparative Perspectives on the Canadian Constitution Log in Register Recommend to librarian Print publication year: ; Online publication date: October ; Part I - Federalism and Pluralism in Canadian Constitutionalism.
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How Can We Define Federalism. by John Law Perspectives on Federalism, Vol. 5, issue 3, Except where otherwise noted content on this site is licensed under a Creative Commons Italy License E - 89 Abstract While the study of federalism has in many respects reached an advanced stage today, File Size: KB.
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Click on “More details” to find the book. Get this from a library. Constructing tomorrow's federalism: new perspectives on Canadian governance. [Ian Peach;] -- "Governance of the federation is more complex today than ever before: perennial issues of federalism remain unresolved, conflicts continue over the legitimacy of federal spending power, and the.
Canadian Federalism: Performance, Effectiveness, and Legitimacy is a collection of seventeen original essays casting a critical eye on the institutions, processes, and policy outcomes of Canadian federalism. Divided into three parts--The Institutions and Processes of Canadian Federalism; TheSocial and Economic Union; and Deliberating Reform and Legitimacy--the book documents how Canadian.
To understand Canadian federalism, one has to identify the foundations and the traditions at the origin of Canada’s federative compact. In augustin a ruling that it was called upon to make concerning Quebec’s right to secede, the supreme Court of Canada established four basic principles to be respected by all members of the federation: democracy, federalism, the rule.
Perspectives of Austrian and Canadian Federalism Words 11 Pages A federation is a type of sovereign state in which a number of smaller self-governing states are united by a federal government (Watts)1. Description: This book provides an assessment of federalism in the contemporary Canadian political system.
In a crossnational discussion, it focuses on issues such as constitutional reform, public health planning, economic strategies, foreign relations, and national energy policy.
Introduction: the values of Canadian constitutionalism Richard Albert; Part I. Federalism and Pluralism in Canadian Constitutionalism: 1. Diversity and the rule of law: a Canadian perspective Rt.
Hon. Beverley McLachlin, P.C.; 2. Misconceiving federalism: Canada and the federal idea Stephen Tierney; : $ Ian Peach (ed.), Constructing Tomorrow's Federalism: New Perspectives on Canadian Governance (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, ), pp. Paper.
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Federalism, Citizenship, and Quebec is more than a mere polemic. Gagnon and Iacovino s scholarship is beyond reproach and the book is a distinguished addition to the literature on Author: Alain G. Gagnon, Raffaele Iacovino. Updated chapters on trade policy, labour policy, the environment, regionalism, and, of course, health care are all to be found, alongside new work on social assistance and Canadian federalism and federation in comparative perspective.
Throughout, the book reveals the visions that have animated Canada's longstanding constitutional debates, the. First published in French inLe fédéralisme canadien contemporain was immediately recognised as the most comprehensive collection of reflections on Canadian federalism by leading Québécois scholars.
This remarkable translation of a range of Québécois voices makes their insightful and underrepresented perspectives available to English-language audiences. Citizenship, Diversity and Pluralism: Canadian and Comparative Perspectives.
Citizenship has both a vertical and a horizontal dimension. The vertical links individuals to the state by reinforcing the idea that it is "their" state – that they are full members of an ongoing association that is expected to survive the passing generations.
Offering alternative views of the Canadian federal model's realities by covering its foundations, traditions, and institutions, Contemporary Canadian Federalism considers the ways in which federalism relates to issues such as regionalism, multiculturalism, rights and freedoms, financial distribution, and public policy.
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Hamilton, Alexander, Jay, John, and Madison “The Political Economy of Federalism.” In Perspectives on Public Choice: A Handbook, ed. by Mueller, Dennis Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Diversity and the rule of law: a Canadian perspective / Rt. Hon.
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François Rocher is Professor in the School of Political Studies at the University of Ottawa. He has held a similar position at Carleton University, where he was also director of the School of Canadian Studies. He is the co-editor, with Miriam Smith, of New Trends in Canadian Federalism (University of Toronto Press, ) and has extensively published on.
At a time when the operation and reform of federal relations within Australia is squarely on the political agenda, this volume brings together eminent lawyers, economists and political scientists who explain, analyse and evaluate the theory and principles underpinning the Australian federal system.
Topics covered include the High Court's approach to the. We consider the place of cities, particularly large cities, in Canadian federalism from several perspectives. Although by most measures the current fiscal condition of Canadian Author: Enid Slack.
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Its boxed features, reader-friendly language, and interrogative style make the book an engaging and lively read. Understanding Canadian Federalism deals thematically with the theoretical and practical issues that have shaped, and continue to confront, Canadian federalism and presents them through the lens of a political economy perspective.
“Health Care Federalism in Canada is an essential addition to the existing literature and features scholarship of the highest calibre. Fierlbeck’s introductory chapter is excellent and succeeding chapters bring together perspectives from a number of different disciplines - necessary for a topic as complex as the challenges of health care.
Health Care Federalism in Canada provides a multi-perspective, interdisciplinary analysis of a critical juncture in Canadian public policy and the contributing factors which have led to this point.
Inside Canadian Politics important books on federalism were written at turning points in Canada's constitutional history, while the recent uptick in social diversity and political. Books; Canada in the World; Canada in the World. Canada in the World Comparative Perspectives on the Canadian Constitution.
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Canadian federalism (French: fédéralisme canadien) involves the current nature and historical development of federal systems in Canada. Canada is a federation with 11 jurisdictions of governmental authority: the country-wide federal Crown and 10 provincial Crowns. The Federalist view of Canadian history suggests that Canada as a nation is intrinsically tied to the Canadian people, a product of imperial synthesis.
The realities of colonial-era life for French and British settlers was heavily influenced by local considerations, such as climate, geography and established Aboriginal societies.Get this from a library! Health care federalism in Canada: critical junctures and critical perspectives.
[Katherine Fierlbeck; William Lahey;] -- Rethinking the future of health care in Canada. Now that Ottawa has left health care to the provinces, what is the future for Canadian health care in a decentralized federal context?
Is the Canada. Based on a variety of contemporary debates on federal theory Understanding Federalism and Federation honours Michael Burgess’ contribution to the study of these topics through a selection of approaches, theories, debates and interpretations.
Gathering contributors from diverse subfields to synthesize current debates it offers a snapshot of the immense range of current research on federalism.