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State of the Nations

6 titles
  • The State of the Nations 2008

    Into the Third Term of Devolution in the UK
    Alan Trench

    The State of the Nations 2008: Into the third term of devolution in the United Kingdom is the sixth publication of a major research programme into devolution in the United Kingdom, published on behalf of the Constitution Unit at University College...

  • The Dynamics of Devolution

    The State of the Nations
    Alan Trench

    This book is the fifth, and final, volume in the State of the Nations yearbook series on devolution in the UK. This book explores the future of devolution, by examining the new political dynamics devolution has put into play. These concern...

  • Has Devolution Made a Difference?

    The State of the Nations 2004
    Alan Trench

    This book is the fourth volume of a major five-year research programme on devolution funded by the Leverhulme Trust. The programme comprises eleven Constitution Unit research projects, underwritten by a regular series of monitoring reports. This book...

  • The State of the Nations

    The Third Year of Devolution in the United Kingdom
    Robert Hazell

    The State of the Nations 2008 is the sixth publication of a major research programme into devolution in the United Kingdom, published on behalf of the Constitution Unit at University College London. The focus of this volume is on the devolved...

  • The State of the Nations 2001

    The Second Year of Devolution in the United Kingdom
    Alan Trench

    The State of the Nations 2008 is the sixth publication of a major research programme into devolution in the United Kingdom, published on behalf of the Constitution Unit at University College London. The focus of this volume is on the devolved...

  • The State and the Nations

    The First Year of Devolution in the United Kingdom
    Robert Hazell

    The State of the Nations 2008 is the sixth publication of a major research programme into devolution in the United Kingdom. The focus of this volume is on the devolved elections of May 2007, analyzing the outcome in terms of both the immediate aftermath and longer-term implications.