Transforming the golden-age nation state

Published on Jan 1, 2007
· DOI :10.1057/9780230590861
Achim Hurrelmann11
Estimated H-index: 11
Stephan Leibfried25
Estimated H-index: 25
+ 1 AuthorsPeter Mayer7
Estimated H-index: 7
The Golden-Age Nation State and its Transformation: A Framework for Analysis A.Hurrelmann, S.Leibfried, K.Martens & P.Mayer Europe, the Nation State and Taxation S.Uhl Internationalization of Intervention? UN and EU Security Politics and the Modern State S.Mayer & S.Weinlich From Diffusion to Interplay: Rethinking the Constitutional State in the Age of Global Legal Pluralism M.Herberg Transformations of Commercial Law: New Forms of Legal Certainty for Globalized Exchange Processes? G.Calliess, T.Dietz, W.Konradi, H.Nieswandt & F.Sosa Breaking the Nation State Shell: Prospects for Democratic Legitimacy in the International Domain J.Steffek Governing the Internet: The Quest for Legitimacy and Effective Rules: R.Bendrath, J.Hofmann, V.Leib, P.Mayer & M.Zurn The Internationalization of Education Policy: Towards Convergence of National Paths? K.Martens & A.Weymann The Role of the Nation State in the Internationalization of Accounting Regimes J.Zimmermann The Transformation of the Golden-Age Nation State: Findings and Perspectives A.Hurrelmann, S.Leibfried, K.Martens & P.Mayer
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