The hybrid spatialities of transition: Capitalism, legacy and uneven urban economic restructuring

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Golubchikov, Oleg; Badyina, Anna; Makhrova, Alla;

This paper conceptualises post-socialist urban economic geographies through the notion of hybrid spatialities that emerge from the mutual embeddedness of neoliberalism and socialist legacies. While the dismantling of state socialism was a massive moment towards the exac... View more
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