Dr Paul Anderson


NameDr Paul Anderson
Job titleLecturer in Politics and International Relations
Research instituteSchool of Psychology, Politics and Sociology

Research outputs

Scotland, the UK and Brexit - at a constitutional crossroads: what next for Scotland?

Anderson, P. and Keil, S. 2020. Scotland, the UK and Brexit - at a constitutional crossroads: what next for Scotland? Centre International de Formation Europeene.

Territorial politics in flux: autonomy and secession in the United Kingdom and Spain

Anderson, P. 2018. Territorial politics in flux: autonomy and secession in the United Kingdom and Spain. PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University Faculty of Social and Applied Sciences

Decentralization as a tool for conflict resolution

Keil, S. and Anderson, P. 2018. Decentralization as a tool for conflict resolution. in: Detterbeck, K. and Hepburn, E. (ed.) Handbook of Territorial Politics Cheltenham and Northampton Edward Elgar. pp. 89-106

Federalism: a tool for conflict resolution?

Anderson, P. and Keil, S. 2017. Federalism: a tool for conflict resolution? Online: Website Project 50 Shades of Federalism.

Minority nationalism and the European Union: the cases of Scotland and Catalonia

Anderson, P. and Keil, S. 2016. Minority nationalism and the European Union: the cases of Scotland and Catalonia. L'Europe en Formation. 379 (1), pp. 40-57.

The 2016 Scottish Parliament Election: a nationalist minority, a Conservative comeback and a Labour collapse

Anderson, P. 2016. The 2016 Scottish Parliament Election: a nationalist minority, a Conservative comeback and a Labour collapse. Regional & Federal Studies.

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