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Authoritarianism, democracy and de/centralization in federations: what connections? (2023)
Journal Article
Dardanelli, P., Kincaid, J., Adeney, K., Moscovich, L., Olmeda, J. C., Schlegel, R., …Lacroix Eussler, S. (2023). Authoritarianism, democracy and de/centralization in federations: what connections?. Regional and Federal Studies, 33(5), 577-606. https://doi.org/10.1080/13597566.2023.2274861

What is the impact of democracy/authoritarianism regime change on de/centralization in federations? Based on the annual coding of three politico-institutional aspects, 22 policy fields, and five fiscal categories, this article maps de/centralization... Read More about Authoritarianism, democracy and de/centralization in federations: what connections?.

Lessons in organising: What trade unionists can learn from the war on teachers (2023)
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Little, G., Sharp, E., Stevenson, H., & Wilson, D. (2023). Lessons in organising: What trade unionists can learn from the war on teachers. Pluto Press

The heart of any trade union is its reps and activists organising in the workplace. After years of membership decline across sectors, a renewed recognition of this essential fact is behind the 'turn to organising' in the union movement today. This... Read More about Lessons in organising: What trade unionists can learn from the war on teachers.

Flexible Regional Economic Integration in Africa: Lessons and Implications for the Multilateral Trading System (2022)
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Masiko, T. (2022). Flexible Regional Economic Integration in Africa: Lessons and Implications for the Multilateral Trading System. Hart Publishing

Regional economic integration efforts in Africa have, over the years, yielded varied results. For the most part, they have not been as successful as hoped, often encountering crippling challenges. These challenges have been as varied as the blocs tha... Read More about Flexible Regional Economic Integration in Africa: Lessons and Implications for the Multilateral Trading System.

Timescapes in Public Policy – Constructing the “Victim of Trafficking” (2020)
Journal Article
Tangen, J. (2022). Timescapes in Public Policy – Constructing the “Victim of Trafficking”. Journal of Borderlands Studies, 37(3), 475-492. https://doi.org/10.1080/08865655.2020.1787189

Human trafficking is presented as a multidimensional problem, constituted by a complex matrix of borders, vertices and spaces. In spite of the agreement of an international definition of trafficking in human beings some 20 years ago, debates persist... Read More about Timescapes in Public Policy – Constructing the “Victim of Trafficking”.

Trends in Maths and Science Study (TIMSS): National Report for England (2016)
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Greany, T., Barnes, I., Mostafa, T., Pensiero, N., & Swensson, C. (in press). Trends in Maths and Science Study (TIMSS): National Report for England. London: UK Department for Education

The Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) is overseen by the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA). It provides participating countries internationally comparable data on the performance... Read More about Trends in Maths and Science Study (TIMSS): National Report for England.