Federalism and the Response to COVID


The COVID-19 pandemic bared the inadequacies in existing structures of public health and governance in most countries. This book provides a comparative analysis of policy approaches and planning adopted by federal governments across the globe to battle and adequately respond to the socio-economic fallouts of the pandemic.
With twenty-two case studies from across the globe, the book critically analyzes responses to the public health crisis, its fiscal impact and management, as well as decision-making and collaboration between different levels of government of countries worldwide. It looks at measures taken to contain the pandemic and to responsibly regulate and manage the health, socio-economic welfare, employment and education of its people. The authors highlight the deficiencies in planning, tensions between state and local governments, politicization of the crisis, and the challenges of generating political consensus. They also examine effective approaches used to foster greater cooperation and learning for multi-level, polycentric innovation in pandemic governance.
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Authors: Rupak Chattopadhyay

Date: 2021

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Format: epub

Pages: 320

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Language: English

ISBN / ASIN: 1032077905

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