By Anand Menon, Martin A. Schain
Comparative federalism is now a big subject, with scholarly paintings evaluating the united states and european 'proliferating rapidly'. the current quantity seeks to construct on and give a contribution to this becoming literature, via constructing a scientific comparability of the associations, regulations and developmental styles of the eu Union and the USA.
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4 briefly underlines the importance of these in understanding the Union’s nature and development over time. 2 The Lure of Comparative Politics Until the early 1990s, the study of European integration languished for the most part in an intellectual ghetto, divorced from examinations of other political systems, domestic or international. Over the last decade and a half, however, scholars have come to recognize the debilitating effects of the ‘n ¼ 1 problem’ (ECSA 1997) and have taken steps to address it.
25 Comparing Two Sui Generis Systems Bartholomew Sparrow also points out the difficulty of studying the American state: While American political culture has been hostile to the concept of the state . . social scientists . . have increasingly used the notion of the state to refer to American government and political authority. This leads to a certain ambivalence on my part: on the one hand, I am aware of the difficulty of using the state as a handle for the intricate and frequently disconnected policies and administrative bodies making up the US government; on the other hand, the use of the state brings a focus and level of analysis to the study of government that goes beyond that typically afforded by separate studies of the presidency, Congress, public administration, political parties, interest groups, or the courts.
Comparative Federalism: The European Union and the United States in Comparative Perspective by Anand Menon, Martin A. Schain