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The voting systems in the Council of the EU and the Bundesrat – What do they tell us about European Federalism?

References · Albert Max, 2003, ‘The Voting Power Approach: Measurement without Theory’, European Union Politics, IV(3): 351-366. · Albert Max, 2004, ‘The voting Power Approach: Unresolved Ambiguities’, European Union Politics, V(1): 139-146. · Baldwin Richard and Widgrén Mika, 2004, ‘Winners and losers under various dual-majority voting rules for the EU’s Council of Ministers’, CEPS Policy Brief, 50, 1-35. · Banzhaf John F., 1965, ‘Weighted voting does not work: A mathematical analysis’, Rutgers

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The Lesson from the Modern American Federalism: A Challenge to Effective Public Policy Performance

.C. Reynolds Glenn H. and Denning Brannon P., 2012, ‘National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius: Five Takes’, Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly, XL(4): 807-832. Roberts Nancy C. (ed), 2008, The Age of Direct Citizen Participation, Routledge, New York. Rockoff Hugh, 1999, ‘World War II and the Growth of the U.S. Federal Government’, Japan and the World Economy, XI: 245-262. Rodden Jonathan, 2004, ‘Comparative Federalism and Decentralization: On Meaning and Measurement’, Comparative Politics, XXXVI(4): 481

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