International Comparative Research on Local Autonomy

 

 

 

 

 Abstract
 The Project
 The Experts involved
 The Codebook (downloadable !)
 Pivot Tables (downloadable !)
 Release 1.0 Data (downloadable !)

 

 D_LAI_2014 (v5 data)

Albania 49.36 Greece 46.86 Norway 72.76
Austria 64.35 Hungary 50.06 Poland 73.80
Belgium 60.02 Iceland 77.12 Portugal 60.77
Bulgaria 65.06 Ireland 34.23 Romania 58.46
Croatia 55.86 Italy 67.05 Serbia 66.65
Cyprus 41.76 Latvia 54.23 Slovakia 60.38
Czech Republic 64.17 Liechtenstein 69.55 Slovenia 48.70
Denmark 74.49 Lithuania 64.49 Spain 53.85
Estonia 62.95 Luxembourg 55.64 Sweden 74.29
Finland 78.85 Macedonia 58.65 Switzerland 79.00
France 65.99 Malta 37.12 Turkey 38.63
Georgia 37.88 Moldova 35.45 Ukraine 47.83
Germany 74.16 Netherlands 59.17 UK 46.31

 

 Press/Media

 "Schweizer Gemeinden sind Spitze punkto Autonomie", (Artikel zusammen mit Nicolas Keuffer), DeFacto, 4.2.2016

 "Des communes autonomes? Bon pour l'économie et la démocratie", (Article avec Nicolas Keuffer), Le Temps, 6.4.2016, p. 11

 http://www.letemps.ch/opinions/2016/04/05/communes-autonomes-economie 

 

 Publications

 Regional & Federal Studies:

 Ladner, Andreas, Keuffer, Nicolas and Baldersheim, Harald (2016) "Measuring Local Autonomy in 39 Countries (1990–2014)", Regional & Federal Studies, 26:3, 321-357,
 (online, DOI:10.1080/13597566.2016.1214911)

 

 Report to the European Commission:

 LADNER, A., KEUFFER, N. and BALDERSHEIM, H. (2015): Local Autonomy Index for European countries (1990-2014). Release 1.0. Brussels: European Commission.

 http://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/en/information/publications/studies/2015/self-rule-index-for-local-authorities-release-1-0

 

 Related Publications:

 Ladner, Andreas and Nils Soguel (2015).Managing the crises – How did local governments react to the financial crisis in 2008 and what explains the differences? The case of Swiss municipalities”.

 International Review of Administrative Sciences 81(4). pp.752-772. (download) (online, DOI: 10.1177/0020852314558033).