​This matrix aims to facilitate horizontal comparison. The numbers 1 to 11 on top of the table represent the structure of the case studies:

1. ​Essential Facts and Figures

2. Autonomy in the Context of the State Structure

3. ​Establishment and Implementation of Autonomy

4. ​Legal Basis of Autonomy

5. Autonomous Institutions

6. Autonomous Powers

7. Financial Arrangements

8. Intergovernmental Relations

9. ​Inter-group Relations within the Autonomous Entity

11.  Membership, “Quasi-citizenship” and Special Rights

12. General Assessment and Outlook

Example: If you want to look at the legal basis of autonomy in Hungary and two other case studies, follow these steps:

  • move the cursor pointer under column "no. 4" and row "Hungary" and click the hand pointer sign. The legal basis of autonomy in the case of Hungary will be displayed in a new window.
  • repeat the operation for the other case studies that interest you
  • open in parallel these new windows containing the legal basis of autonomy for each case and compare them



CASE STUDY
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​Hungary



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​Jammu and Kashmir

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​Serbia

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​South Tyrol


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