Prize for Best Article
Regional and Federal Studies
Every year since 2017, Regional & Federal Studies has awarded the "Best Article Prize" for an article published the preceding year. Four to five articles are nominated by the Editorial Board. The journal's Advisory Board then votes to decide on the best article of the year. Each Advisory Board member has one single vote. The article with most votes is awarded the Best Article Prize, which comes with a cash award of £400 GBP.
The winning article and nominees of 2018 are free to access until 31 December 2019.
Regional & Federal Studies
From the European integration process to processes of decentralisation in the developing world, from post-conflict federal power-sharing arrangements to minority nationalist movements and the spatial rescaling of public policy, the study of federalism and territorial politics now covers a wide variety of topics dealing with divided political authority and levels of government.
|The purpose of intergovernmental councils: A framework for analysis and comparison||Nathalie Behnke & Sean Mueller||27||5||2017|
|Advancing the study of political cleavages through experimentation: Revisiting regionalism and redistributive preferences in Canada||Adrienne Davidson, Matthew Lesch, Maxime Héroux-Legault, Tanya Whyte, Zain Asaf, Karol Czuba & Alesha Porisky||27||2||2017|
|Subnational political regimes and formal economic regulation: Evidence from Russian regions||Alexander Libman||27||2||2017|
|Do intergovernmental transfers affect the distribution of manufacturing production across regions in federal countries? Theory and evidence for Argentina||Pedro Esteban Moncarz, Sebastián Freille, Alberto José Figueras & Nestor Clever Grión||27||3||2017|
|Regional Identity and Support for Europe: Distinguishing Between Cultural and Political Social Identity in France||Anna Brigevich||26||4||2016|
|Measuring party strategies on the territorial dimension: a method based on content analysis||Linda Basile||26||1||2016|
|Substate variations in political values in Canada||Maxime Héroux-Legault||26||2||2016|
|Measuring Local Autonomy in 39 Countries (1990–2014)||Andreas Ladner, Nicolas Keuffer & Harald Baldersheim||26||3||2016|