April 9, 2021
Introductions and Welcome
The Future of Fiscal Federalism
If Congress Can’t Budget, Can It Influence Intergovernmental Relations?
Carmina Jimenez Quiroga & Heidi Jane M. Smith
Fiscal Sustainability of Mexican Debt Decisions: Is Bad Behavior Rewarded?
Too Many Governments and Not Enough Government: Does Citizen Voice Restrain Government Growth?
Discussant: Paul Chalekian
University of Nevada, Reno
Rethinking Models of Intergovernmental Relations
European University Institute
Overcoming dysfunctional integration through domestic administrative capacity building: a new approach to Europeanization
Ricardo A. Bello-Gomez
National and Subnational Bureaucracies’ Capacity for Service Provision: A Human-Capital Approach to Decentralized Governance
Sara Kuehlhorn Friedman
Portland State University
Immigration Federalism in the U.S.: A New Theoretical Model
Tarleton State University
Intergovernmental Collaboration or Conflict?
Studying and Practicing Intergovernmental Relations and Federalism Across Fields
Carol Weissert and Matthew Uttermark
Florida State University
Going Deep: Studying Charter Schools from the Bottom Up
A Research Agenda for Federalism Studies
Jason Webb Yackee and Susan Webb Yackee
University of Wisconsin – Madison
Using Wright’s ASAP Data from 1964-2008 to Study Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations: New Data for Scholars and Practitioners