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2013 Federalism Symposium: Historical Development & Modern Governance

We will hold a Federalism Symposium in Lexington, KY on June 27, 2013 sponsored by the School of Public Affairs at Morehead State Uniersity, the Institute for Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations (IFIR), and Federalism in Action - a project of State Budget Solutions.  This event will feature academic presentations of research from scholars across the nation with expertise on federalism and intergovernmental relations.  The presentations will explore themes of the historical development of federalism, theories of federalism, statesmanship and leadership under federalism, and modern governance in systems of federalism.  Policy makers, elected officials, government officers, academic researchers, and students will be in attendance. 

If you would like to submit an abstract, please email your proposal to m.hail@moreheadstate.edu.  Proposals should include a title, abstract, and CV, and must be received by May 30.

The final program will be posted here by June 7, as well as registration information and directions.

For a schedule of presentations and the program for the Federalism Symposium, please click here.

To register online, please click here.

For the final conference program, please click here.

Inquiries should be directed to:
Michael W. Hail, Ph.D.
Professor of Government
Assistant Dean of the School of Public Affairs and
Director of the MPA and Government Graduate Programs
UPO Box 699, 110 b Combs Building
Morehead State University
Morehead, KY 40351
PH: (606) 783-5407
PH: (859) 351-9997
m.hail@moreheadstate.edu

For directions and information about the Bodley-Bullock House, please go to: http://www.lexjrleague.com/?nd=bodley_bullock_house


Links of interest:
IFIR
www.ifigr.org
Federalism In Action
http://www.federalisminaction.com/
School of Public Affairs
http://www.moreheadstate.edu/publicaffairs/

 
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