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Author(s) | Editor(s), TitleYearDC
Allain-Dupré Dorothée, Assigning responsibilities across levels of government: Trends, challenges and guidelines for policy-makers (OECD Working Papers on Fiscal Federalism 24) September2018ED
Azoulai Loïc/Boucon Lena/Millet François-Xavier (eds), Deconstructing EU Federalism through Competences, EUI Working Papers LAW 2012/06, San Domenico di Fiesole, 114 pp2012LD
Bach Steffen/Blöchliger Hansjörg/Wallau Dominik, The spending power of sub-central governments (OECD Working Papers on Fiscal Federalism 8) September2009ED
Bachtrögler-Unger Julia/Holzner Mario/Kubeková Veronika/Schratzenstaller Margit, Overcoming the net position thinking in EU member states (Austrian Society for European Politics, Policy Briefs), July 162020ED
BAK Basel Economics AG (ed), Regionale Kompetenzverteilung und wirtschaftlicher Erfolg, Innsbruck, 84 pp2016EP
Becker Sascha/Mergele Lukas/Woessmann Ludger, The Separation and Reunification of Germany: Rethinking a Natural Experiment Interpretation of the Enduring Effects of Communism (CESifo Working Paper No. 8164) March2020E / HD
Blöchliger Hansjörg, Decentralisation and Economic Growth – Part 1: How Fiscal Federalism Affects Long-Term Development (OECD Working Papers on Fiscal Federalism 14) March2015ED
Blöchliger Hansjörg/Nettley Maurice, Sub-Central Tax Autonomy. 2011 Update (OECD Working Papers on Fiscal Federalism 20) June2013ED
Blöchliger Hansjörg/Petzold Oliver, Finding the Dividing Line Between Tax Sharing and Grants (OECD Working Papers on Fiscal Federalism 10) June2009ED
Blöchliger Hansjörg/Pinero Campos José Maria, Tax Competition Between Sub-Central Governments (OECD Working Papers on Fiscal Federalism 13) April2011ED
Blöchliger Hansjörg/Rabesona Josette, The Fiscal Autonomy of Sub-Central Governments OECD Working Papers on Fiscal Federalism 9) June2009ED
Blöchliger Hansjörg ea, Fiscal Policy Across Levels of Government in Times of Crisis (OECD Working Papers on Fiscal Federalism 13) March2010ED
Boadway Robin/Dougherty Sean, Decentralisation in a Globalised World: Consequences and Opportunities (OECD Working Papers on Fiscal Federalism 21) February2018ED
Bordo Michael D./Jonung Lars, The Future of EMU. What does the History of Monetary Unions Tell Us?, Washington/DC (NBER Working Paper 7365), 42 pp1999E / ED
Bundesministerium für Finanzen [AT], Grundlegende Reform des Finanzausgleichs: Reformoptionen und Reformstrategien. Endbericht (Vienna), 59 pp2011E, PF, PAD
Charbit Claire, Explaining the Sub-National Tax-Grants Balance in OECD Countries (OECD Working Papers on Fiscal Federalism 11) January2010ED
Creel Jérôme/Holzner Mario/Saraceno Francesco/Watt Andrew/Wittwer Jérôme, How to Spend it: A Proposal for a European Covid-19 Recovery Programme (WIIW Policy Notes and Reports 38) June2020ED
Darvas Zsolt, Fiscal federalism in crisis: lessons for Europe from the US, Bruegel policy contribution, No. 2010/07, 17 pp2010ED
Dion-Brassard Nikola, Oil Rents and the Politics of Equalization in Canadian Federalism, Forum of Federations Occasional Paper Series Number 46, 25 pp2020PD
Dougherty Sean/Harding Michelle/Reschovsky Andrew, Twenty years of tax autonomy across levels of government: measurement and applications (OECD Working Papers on Fiscal Federalism 29) November2019ED
Dougherty Sean/Phillips Leah, The spending power of subnational decision makers across five policy sectors (OECD Working Papers on Fiscal Federalism 25) March2019ED
Fabbrini Federico, A Fiscal Capacity for the Eurozone: Constitutional Perspectives (Study for the EP’s Policy Department for Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs) (Brussels), 35 pp2019LD
Feld Lars P./Necker Sarah, Fiskalföderalismus in der Europäischen Union: Herausforderungen für die Reform der Finanzverfassung der EU (European Liberal Forum asbl, Brussels), 92 pp2010ED
Frieden Jeffry, Lessons for the euro from early American monetary and financial history (Bruegel Essay and Lecture Series) (Brussels, Bruegel), 40 pp2016PD
Institut d’Economia Barcelona, IEB’s World Report on Fiscal Federalism ’09, Barcelona, 120 pp2009ED
Institut d’Economia Barcelona, IEB’s World Report on Fiscal Federalism ‘12, Barcelona, 116 pp2012ED
Kapeller Jakob/Gräbner Claudius/Heimberger Philip, Wirtschaftliche Polarisierung in Europa. Ursachen und Handlungsoptionen, Bonn (Friedrich Ebert-Stiftung), 46 pp2019ED
Kapeller Jakob/Gräbner Claudius/Heimberger Philip, Wirtschaftliche Polarisierung in Europa. Ursachen und Handlungsoptionen, ICAE Working Paper Series, No. 98, 80 pp2019ED
Koutsogeorgopoulou Vassiliki/Tuske Annamaria, Federal-State Relations in Australia, OECD Economics Department Working Papers No. 1198, 38 pp2015ED
Lehner Gerhard, Aufgabenorientierter Finanzausgleich (Vienna, WiFo), 106 pp2003ED
Noll Franklin, Repudiation! The Crisis of United States Civil War Debt, 1865-1870 (Geneva, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies) 31 pp2012HD
Odendahl Christian/Springford John, Three ways Covid-19 will cause economic divergence in Europe (London/Brussels/Berlin, Centre for European Reform) 13 pp2020E
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OECD, Reforming Fiscal Federalism and Local Government. Beyond the Zero-sum Game (Paris, OECD) 139 pp2012ED
Pöschl Caroline/Weingast Barry, The Fiscal Interest Approach: The Design of Tax and Transfer Systems, unpublished paper, September, 24 pp2013PD
Sutherland Douglas/Price Robert/Joumard Isabelle, Fiscal Rules for Sub-central Governments. Design and Impact (OECD Network on Fiscal Relations Across Levels of Government Working Paper No. 1) (Paris, OECD) 76 pp2003ED
Vereinigung der deutschen Staatsrechtslehrer (ed), ‘Aussprache und Schlussworte. Finanzautonomie und Finanzverflechtung in gestuften Rechtsordnungen’, in Kadelbach ea (eds), Bundesstaat und Europäische Union zwischen Konflikt und Kooperation (= VVDStRL 66) (Berlin, De Gruyter) 335, 26 pp2007LD
von Hagen Jürgen/Hepp Ralf, Regional Risksharing and Redistribution in the German Federation (ZEI Working Paper B 15 2000)2000ED

Column “D” lists the author’s academic discipline (s)
E = economy; H = history, IR = international relations; L = law; P = political science; PA = public administration; PF = public finance; S = sociology; Var = various

Column “C” provides information on the availability
D = digital copy available; P = printed copy available; N = no copy available; USL = printed copy at the University of Salzburg library