Cooperative Federalism and the Dominant Role of Consensus in German Federalism

Article in Edited Volumes


Publication Details

Author(s): Sturm R
Title edited volumes: 50 Shades of Federalism
Publication year: 2018
Language: English


Abstract

German federalism is one of the most unitary in the world. It
started from assumptions based on the subsidiarity principle. They still
are to be found in the German constitution. The lack of a federalism
culture, the output orientation of German politics that stresses the
sameness of living conditions, and party-political centralization have
shaped Germany’s federalism. The last three reforms of German federalism
2006, 2009, and 2017 have all contributed to more centralism and shared
decision-making of the federal government and the Land executives.


FAU Authors / FAU Editors

Sturm, Roland Prof. Dr.
Lehrstuhl für deutsche und vergleichende Politikwissenschaft, Europaforschung und Politische Ökonomie


How to cite

APA:
Sturm, R. (2018). Cooperative Federalism and the Dominant Role of Consensus in German Federalism. In 50 Shades of Federalism..

MLA:
Sturm, Roland. "Cooperative Federalism and the Dominant Role of Consensus in German Federalism." 50 Shades of Federalism. 2018.

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