Book reviews: Eurolegalism, intergovernmental cooperation
In the current issue of Governance, Rachel Cichowski of the University of Washington reviews Eurolegalism: The Transformation of Law and Regulation in the European Union by Daniel Kelemen. “A fascinating read,” says Cichowski, which examines “the move toward a more adversarial legalistic mode of governance” across Europe. Read the review. And Michael Tatham of Humboldt University reviews Intergovernmental Cooperation: Rational Choices in Federal Systems and Beyond by Nicole Bolleyer. Tatham says that the book “fills an important research gap . . . [with] an unusual mixture of detailed case study analyses and rigorous conceptual work.” Read the review.