Bauböck, Rainer


Thematic Bibliography
Secession and Federalism


A Multilevel Theory of Democratic Secession“, Journal of Ethnopolitics, vol. 18 (3): 227-246. Reprinted in Arrighi, Jean-Thomas and Dejan Stjepanovic (eds.) Migrating Borders. Territorial Rescaling and Citizenship Realignment in Europe, Routledge, London, 2019.

Independence Referendums: Who Should Vote and Who Should be Offered Citizenship? Ruvi Ziegler, Jo Shaw, and Rainer Bauböck (eds.) EUDO CITIZENSHIP Forum and EUI Working Paper RSCAS 2014/90.

“Paradoxes of self-determination and the right to self-government”, in: Chris Eisgruber and Andras Sajo (eds.) Global Justice and the Bulwarks of Localism: Human Rights in Context, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden, Netherlands, 2005: 101-128.

Federal Arrangements and Minority Self-Government, EIF-Working Paper No. 02, Austrian Academy of Sciences, September 2004.

“Im Missverständnis vereint? Asymmetrie in multinationalen Föderationen“, in: Monka Mokre, Gilbert Weiss und Rainer Bauböck (eds.) Europas Identitäten. Mythen, Konstrukte, Konflikte, Campus Verlag, Frankfurt, spring 2003.

United in Misunderstanding? Asymmetry in Multinational Federations, IWE Working Paper No. 26, Austrian Academy of Sciences, May 2002.

“Pourquois rester unis? Une approche pluraliste de la secession et de la federation, in: Isabelle Schulte-Tenckhoff (ed.) Altérité et Droit. Contributions à l’ Etude du Rapport entre Droit et Culture, Bruylant, Brussels, 2002: 117-158 (translated version of ‘Why Stay Together, published in Will Kymlicka and Wayne Norman (eds.) Citizenship in Diverse Societies, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2001).

Multinational federalism: territorial or cultural autonomy? IWE Working Paper No. 15, Austrian Academy of Sciences, March 2001.

“Föderalismus und Immigration: Fragen an die komparative Forschung” (Federalism and Immigration. Questions for comparative research), in Dietrich Thränhardt (ed.) Integrationspolitik in föderalistischen Systemen. Münster/Hamburg: LIT-Verlag, 2001: 249-272.

“Why Secession is Not Like Divorce”, in: Kjell Goldmann, Ulf Hannerz and Charles Westin (eds.) Nationalism and Internationalism in the Post-Cold War Era, UCL Press, London, 2000: 216-243.

Why Stay Together? A Pluralist Approach to Secession and Federation”, in Will Kymlicka and Wayne Norman (eds.) Citizenship in Diverse Societies, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2000: 366-394.