Description - Transforming the Golden-age Nation State by Achim Hurrelmann
This collection examines the transformation of the modern Western state in an age of accelerated globalization. Arguing that the state experienced a 'golden age' in the 1960s and 1970s, the contributors explore how and why this configuration of the state is under pressure in the 21st century.
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Author Biography - Achim Hurrelmann
ACHIM HURRELMANN is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Carleton University, Canada. His publications include Democratic Dilemmas of Multilevel Governance (co-edited with J. DeBardeleben), and Legitimacy in an Age of Global Politics (co-edited with J. Steffek and S. Schneider). STEPHAN LEIBFRIED is Professor of Social Policy at the University of Bremen, Germany, where he is also Director of the Research Centre 'Transformations of the State' and Co-Director of the Centre for Social Policy Research. He is the co-author of Limits to Globalization (with E. Riege