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Federations: The Political Dynamics of Cooperation Paperback – February 26, 2009

ISBN-13: 978-0801475245 ISBN-10: 0801475244 Edition: 1st

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"Federations is a joy to read and provides an extremely useful framework for understanding why countries choose this form of alliance. Chad Rector's clear explanation builds on the broad literature on cooperation and the narrower literature on institutional choice and federalism and adds the exquisite dimension of elucidating not simply why countries federate but why they choose this option over self-sufficiency or joining an international organization."—Carol S. Weissert, LeRoy Collins Eminent Scholar and Professor of Political Science, Florida State University, and editor of Publius: The Journal of Federalism



"This book represents an important new and distinctive voice in the burgeoning literature on federalism's origins. Deploying a powerfully parsimonious theory to explain why states federate rather than form international alliances or organizations, Chad Rector's careful case analysis places federalism firmly on the agenda of International Relations scholarship. Federations is a real contribution to the study of the important nexus of domestic and international politics."—Daniel Ziblatt, Harvard University, author of Structuring the State

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"Federations is a joy to read and provides an extremely useful framework for understanding why countries choose this form of alliance. Chad Rector's clear explanation builds on the broad literature on cooperation and the narrower literature on institutional choice and federalism and adds the exquisite dimension of elucidating not simply why countries federate but why they choose this option over self-sufficiency or joining an international organization."-Carol S. Weissert, LeRoy Collins Eminent Scholar and Professor of Political Science, Florida State University, and editor of Publius: The Journal of Federalism

"This book represents an important new and distinctive voice in the burgeoning literature on federalism's origins. Deploying a powerfully parsimonious theory to explain why states federate rather than form international alliances or organizations, Chad Rector's careful case analysis places federalism firmly on the agenda of International Relations scholarship. Federations is a real contribution to the study of the important nexus of domestic and international politics."--Daniel Ziblatt, Harvard University, author of Structuring the State --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

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