Federal Governance: A graduate journal of theory and politics, is an international online graduate journal about the theory and practice of federalism that publishes work by graduate students and post-graduates on federalism, multilevel governance, and many associated topics. Allied with the Forum of Federations and founding partner, the Institute of Intergovernmental Relations at Queen’s University, Federal Governance aims to contribute to the global dialogue on federalism while providing a forum for graduate students and recent post-graduates engaged in research on important related issues. It is the first graduate journal of federalism with an international team of editors, referees and professors behind it.
Federal Governance publishes its articles on a rolling basis and is currently accepting essays, book notes and reviews on federalism and related topics.
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