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Decentralization: An Institutional Strategy of Appeasement
Unformatted Document Text:  39 References Alesina, Alberto, Reza Baqir and William Easterly. 1999. “Public Goods and Ethnic Divisions.” Quarterly Journal of Economics. 114 (November): 1243-1284. Balsom, Denis, and P.J. Madgwick. 1981. Welsh Election Study, 1979. SN 1591 [computer file]. Colchester: ESRC Data Archive. Balsom, Denis, P.J. Madgwick, and Denis van Mechelen. 1983. “The Red and the Green: Patterns of Partisan Choice in Wales.” British Journal of Political Science. 13.3(July): 299-325. Bednar, Jenna. 2005. “Federalism as a Public Good.” Constitutional Political Economy. 16(2): 189-204. Bednar, Jenna, William Eskridge, Jr. and John Ferejohn. 2001. “A Political Theory of Federalism,” in Constitutional Culture and Democratic Rule. ed. John Ferejohn, Jon Riley, and Jack N. Rakove. New York: Cambridge University Press. 223-67. Beetham, David, Pauline Ngan and Stuart Weir. 2001. “Democratic Audit: Labour’s Record So Far,” Parliamentary Affairs, 54(April): 376-90. Bogdanor, Vernon. 1999. Devolution in the United Kingdom. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Boone, Catherine. 2003. “Decentralization as Political Strategy in West Africa.” Comparative Political Studies. 36(4): 355-80. Bradbury, Jonathan and James Mitchell. 2001. “Devolution: New Politics for Old?” Parliamentary Affairs. 54(April): 257-75. Brand, Jack. 1979. The National Movement in Scotland. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul. Brown, Alice et al. 1999. The Scottish Electorate. Basingstoke: MacMillan Press. Butler, David and Gareth Butler. 2000. Twentieth Century British Political Facts, 1900-2000. London: Macmillan Press. Chhibber, Pradeep K. and Ken Kollman. 2004. The Formation of National Party Systems. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Cowley, Philip. 1999a. “The Absence of War? New Labour in Parliament.” in British Elections and Parties Review, Volume 9, eds. Justin Fisher, Philip Cowley, David Denver and Andrew Russell. London: Frank Cass. 154-70. Cowley, Philip. 1999b. “Blair’s MPs: Sheep Who Can Bark,” New Statesman. 128 (4463) Nov. 22. Cowley, Philip and Mark Stuart. 2001. “Parliament: A Few Headaches and a Dose of Modernisation,” Parliamentary Affairs. 54 (April): 238-56. Cowley, Philip and Mark Stuart. 2003. “Parliament: More Revolts, More Reform,” Parliamentary Affairs. 56: 188-204. Craig, F.W.S. 1975. Minor Parties at British Parliamentary Elections 1885-1974. London: The MacMillan Press. Crewe, Ivor, Bo Särlvik and James Alt. 1975a. British Election Study, February 1974, cross-section. [computer file]. Ann Arbor: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]. Crewe, Ivor, Bo Särlvik and James Alt. 1975b. British Election Study, October 1974, cross-section. [computer file]. Ann Arbor: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor].

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Alesina, Alberto, Reza Baqir and William Easterly. 1999. “Public Goods and Ethnic Divisions.” Quarterly Journal
of Economics
. 114 (November): 1243-1284.

Balsom, Denis, and P.J. Madgwick. 1981. Welsh Election Study, 1979. SN 1591 [computer file]. Colchester: ESRC
Data Archive.

Balsom, Denis, P.J. Madgwick, and Denis van Mechelen. 1983. “The Red and the Green: Patterns of Partisan
Choice in Wales.” British Journal of Political Science. 13.3(July): 299-325.

Bednar, Jenna. 2005. “Federalism as a Public Good.” Constitutional Political Economy. 16(2): 189-204.

Bednar, Jenna, William Eskridge, Jr. and John Ferejohn. 2001. “A Political Theory of Federalism,” in
Constitutional Culture and Democratic Rule. ed. John Ferejohn, Jon Riley, and Jack N. Rakove. New York:
Cambridge University Press. 223-67.

Beetham, David, Pauline Ngan and Stuart Weir. 2001. “Democratic Audit: Labour’s Record So Far,” Parliamentary
Affairs
, 54(April): 376-90.

Bogdanor, Vernon. 1999. Devolution in the United Kingdom. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Boone, Catherine. 2003. “Decentralization as Political Strategy in West Africa.” Comparative Political Studies.
36(4): 355-80.

Bradbury, Jonathan and James Mitchell. 2001. “Devolution: New Politics for Old?” Parliamentary Affairs.
54(April): 257-75.

Brand, Jack. 1979. The National Movement in Scotland. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.

Brown, Alice et al. 1999. The Scottish Electorate. Basingstoke: MacMillan Press.

Butler, David and Gareth Butler. 2000. Twentieth Century British Political Facts, 1900-2000. London: Macmillan
Press.

Chhibber, Pradeep K. and Ken Kollman. 2004. The Formation of National Party Systems. Princeton: Princeton
University Press.

Cowley, Philip. 1999a. “The Absence of War? New Labour in Parliament.” in British Elections and Parties Review,
Volume 9, eds. Justin Fisher, Philip Cowley, David Denver and Andrew Russell. London: Frank Cass. 154-70.

Cowley, Philip. 1999b. “Blair’s MPs: Sheep Who Can Bark,” New Statesman. 128 (4463) Nov. 22.

Cowley, Philip and Mark Stuart. 2001. “Parliament: A Few Headaches and a Dose of Modernisation,”
Parliamentary Affairs. 54 (April): 238-56.

Cowley, Philip and Mark Stuart. 2003. “Parliament: More Revolts, More Reform,” Parliamentary Affairs. 56: 188-
204.

Craig, F.W.S. 1975. Minor Parties at British Parliamentary Elections 1885-1974. London: The MacMillan Press.

Crewe, Ivor, Bo Särlvik and James Alt. 1975a. British Election Study, February 1974, cross-section. [computer
file]. Ann Arbor: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor].

Crewe, Ivor, Bo Särlvik and James Alt. 1975b. British Election Study, October 1974, cross-section. [computer file].
Ann Arbor: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor].


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