Policy divergence: recognising difference or generating resentment?

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Abstract

This book, the third in ippr’s Devolution in Practice series, explores how devolution has changed the United Kingdom, identifying where policy is diverging and converging across the four nations, and the implications of this for the future of the Union.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationDevolution in Practice 2010
EditorsGuy Lodge, Katie Schmuecker
Place of PublicationLondon
Publication statusPublished - 28 May 2010

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divergence
decentralization

Keywords

  • devolution
  • scottish independence
  • policies
  • government

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Curtice, J. (2010). Policy divergence: recognising difference or generating resentment? In G. Lodge, & K. Schmuecker (Eds.), Devolution in Practice 2010 London.
Curtice, John. / Policy divergence: recognising difference or generating resentment?. Devolution in Practice 2010. editor / Guy Lodge ; Katie Schmuecker. London, 2010.
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Devolution in Practice 2010. ed. / Guy Lodge; Katie Schmuecker. London, 2010.

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