City government in an age of austerity: discursive institutions and critique

Article English OPEN
Fuller, Crispian;

Austerity is an increasingly important feature of urban society in Western countries, both as a site interwoven with the crisis tendencies of capitalism and as spaces mitigating austerity programmes instigated by nation states. Cities have therefore become key spaces in... View more
  • References (9)

    Aalbers, M. (2013) Neoliberalism is Dead … Long Live Neoliberalism! International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 37, 3, 1083-1090.

    Allen, J. (2003) Lost Geographies of Power. Blackwell, Oxford.

    Allen, J. (2010). Powerful city networks: more than connections, less than domination and control. Urban Studies, 47(13) 2895-2911.

    Allen, J. and Cochrane, A. (2010) Assemblages of State Power: Topological Shifts in the Organization of Government and Politics. Antipode 42, 5: 1071-1089.

    Barnett, C. (2014) Geography and ethics III: From moral geographies to geographies of worth.

    Progress in Human Geography, Vol. 38(1) 151-160 Blanco, I, Griggs, S. and Sullivan, H. (2014) Situating the local in the Neoliberalisation and Transformation of Urban Governance. Urban Studies, 51(15): 3129-3146.

    Blokker, P. (2014) Luc Boltanski and democratic theory: Fragility, auto-nomos, and critique as democracy's end. Thesis Eleven, Vol. 124(1) 53-70.

    Blokker, P. and Brighenti, A. (2011) Politics between justification and defiance. European Journal of Social Theory, 14(3): 283-300.

    Brenner, N., Peck, J. & Theodore, N. (2010) After neoliberalization. Globalizations, 7(3), pp.

  • Metrics
Share - Bookmark