Center-Periphery Bargaining in the Age of Democracy

@article{Siroky2016CenterPeripheryBI,
  title={Center-Periphery Bargaining in the Age of Democracy},
  author={David S. Siroky and S. Mueller and M. Hechter},
  journal={Swiss Political Science Review},
  year={2016},
  volume={22},
  pages={439-453}
}
This paper introduces the key concepts used in this special issue – center, periphery, and vertical bargaining – and inquires why some national groups within democratic states demand outright independence, while others mobilize for regional autonomy and still others settle for even less. It then specifies a theoretical framework that tries to explain cross-sectional differences and temporal changes in both peripheral demands and central responses. The building blocks of that framework include… Expand
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