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Anderson, P (2022) Spain and the United Kingdom: Between Unitary State Tradition and Federalization. In: Keil, S and Kropp, S, (eds.) Emerging Federal Structures in the Post-Cold War Era. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 49-72. ISBN 978-3-030-93669-3

Anderson, P (2022) Plurinationalism, Devolution and Intergovernmental Relations in the United Kingdom. In: Fessha, Y, Kossler, K and Palermo, F, (eds.) Intergovernmental Relations in Divided Societies. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 91-112. ISBN 978-3-030-88787-2

Anderson, P and Keil, S (2021) Scotland, the UK and Brexit – At a Constitutional Crossroads. In: Eppler, A, Jeffery, C and Lutgenau, S, (eds.) Qualified Autonomy ad Federalism versus Secession in EU Member States. Studien Verlag.

Anderson, P and Keil, S (2021) Territorial autonomy, ethnic conflict, and secession: between a rock and a hard place? In: Lago, I, (ed.) Handbook on Decentralization, Devolution and the State. Edward Elgar. ISBN 978 1 83910 327 8

Anderson, P (2021) The Covid-19 Pandemic in the United Kingdom: A Tale of Convergence and Divergence. In: Steytler, N, (ed.) Comparative Federalism and Covid-19. Routledge. ISBN 9781003166771

Anderson, P (2020) A Consociational Compromise? Constitutional Evolution in Spain and Catalonia. In: Keil, S and McCulloch, A, (eds.) Power-Sharing in Europe: Past Practice, Present Cases, and Future Directions. Springer, pp. 201-225. ISBN 978-3-030-53590-2

Monograph

Anderson, P and Keil, S (2020) Scotland, the UK and Brexit – At a Constitutional Crossroads: What Next for Scotland? Discussion Paper. Centre International de Formation Européenne.

Other

Anderson, P and Schnabel, J (2022) Review of intergovernmental relations: the new interministerial structures are a step in the right direction. LSE British Politics and Policy.

Anderson, P and Keil, S (2017) FEDERALISM: A TOOL FOR CONFLICT RESOLUTION? Canterbury Christ Church University.

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