Cooperation and Conflict in State and Local Innovation During COVID-19

This essay discusses how scholarship on state politics and policy, intergovernmental relations, and federalism provides necessary context for understanding governmental responses to COVID-19. It also highlights how observing those responses can further push the bounds of existing scholarship and theory regarding policy innovation and cooperative and conflictual federalism. It argues that there is a space for mutual learning and sharing between scholars and practitioners.

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Work Title Cooperation and Conflict in State and Local Innovation During COVID-19
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  1. Daniel Mallinson
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  1. COVID-19
  2. Federalism
  3. Policy Learning
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  1. Annual Review of Public Administration
Publication Date 2020
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  1. https://doi.org/10.1177%2F0275074020941699
Deposited February 26, 2021

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