Federalism and the Politics of Bottom-Up Social Policy Diffusion in the United States, Mexico, and Canada
DANIEL BÉLAND, ANAHELY MEDRANO, and Philip Rocco investigate how social policies adopted at the substate level in Canada, Mexico, and the United States impacted policy reform at the national level. Their comparative analysis sheds light on the role of institutional structures and policy networks in shaping what they call “bottom up” social policy diffusion.
The Mutual Housing Experiment: New Deal Communities for the Urban Middle Class, Kristin M. Szylvian Reviewed by Philip Rocco
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