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Transformations of the State?

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ISBN13: 9780521672382
ISBN: 0521672384
Published: August 2005
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £23.99

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The influence of the state on human lives is more comprehensive and sustained than that of any other organizational construct. It steers the economy, fights crime, provides education, sustains democracy, enters wars, guarantees social welfare, collects taxes, and deploys some forty percent of the gross national product. Transformations of the State? defines the multi-faceted modern state in four intersecting dimensions: resources, or control of the use of force and revenues; law, or jurisdiction and the courts; legitimacy, or the acceptance of political rule by the populace; and welfare, or the facilitation of economic growth and social equality. The twentieth-century nation-state blended those dimensions and turned the post-WWII era into the golden age of the state. What has become of that state and its functions and what is its future? Political scientists, lawyers, economists and sociologists have examined a sample of OECD nation-states in the search for answers to these questions.

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Public International Law
1. Reconfiguring the national constellation Michael Zurn and Stephan Leibfried
2. The monopoly of legitimate force: denationalisation, or business as usual Markus Jachtenfuchs
3. Globalisation and the transformation of the tax state Philipp Genschel
4. Is there an emerging international rule of law? Bernhard Zangl
5. Free trade: The erosion of national, and the birth of transnational governance Christian Joerges and Christine Godt
6. Is there a legitimation crisis of the nation state? Achim Hurrelmann, Zuzanna Krell-Laluhova, Roland Lhotta, Frank Nullmeier and Steffen Schneider
7. National and transnational public spheres: the case of the EU Bernhard Peters, Stefanie Sifft, Michael Bruggemann and Katharina Kleinen-von Konigslow
8. Welfare state transformation in small open economies Herbert Obinger, Stephan Leibfried, Claudia Bogedan, Edith Gindulis, Julia Moser and Peter Starke
9. The changing role of the state in health care systems Heinz Rothgang, Mirella Cacace, Simone Grimmeisen and Claus Wendt