14 June 2017

New publication: Rule and Rupture. State Formation Through the Production of Property and Citizenship

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Authors: Christian Lund, Michael Eilenberg

Abstract

This policy brief contributes to a novel understanding of public authority and state formation. It draws on a recent publication, Rule and Rupture, edited by Christian Lund and Michael Eilenberg (2016), and argues that public authority is not simply given but constituted through social contracts of property and citizenship. And this is an ongoing process.

This policy brief contributes to a novel understanding of public authority and state formation. It draws on a recent publication, Rule and Rupture, edited by Christian Lund and Michael Eilenberg (2016), and argues that public authority is not simply given but constituted through social contracts of property and citizenship. And this is an ongoing process.

Find the policy brief here.