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Market/Place : exploring spaces of exchange / edited by Christian Berndt, Jamie Peck, Norma M. Rantisi
Auteur:Berndt, Christian, 1967-; Peck, Jamie; Rantisi, Norma M Editeur:
Newcastle upon Tyne : Agenda Publishing
Documents dans cette collection:Economic transformations Description:
The term "market" originally portrayed a public space for economic transactions but the term has since evolved into an abstract and disputed idea. Despite modern markets seemingly omnipresent nature, their specific geographies have undergone relatively little analysis. This collection of new essays rediscovers the physical space that markets inhabit and explore how the impact of political, social and economic factors determine the shape of a particular market space. The essays present new research from the fields of geography, economics, political economy and planning and provide valuable case study material to show how markets are contested, constructed and placed. Rather than separate markets from the surrounding society and state, these essays connect markets to their wider context and showcase how economic geography can combine with other disciplines to throw new light on spaces of exchange.
Classification:neu-sfm Entrepreneurship neu-sfm Geography neu-sfm Urban areas neu-sfm Economic impact neu-sfm Multiculturalism Identifiant:
178821126X (ISBN); 9781788211260 (ISBN) No RERO:
European party politics in times of crisis / edited by Swen Hutter, Hanspeter Kriesi
Auteur:Hutter, Swen, 1978-; Kriesi, Hanspeter Editeur:
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
xvii, 429 pages : illustrations
Sujet LCSH:Political participation -- Europe -- History -- 20th century
- Political parties -- Europe -- History -- 20th century
- Europe -- Politics and government -- 1918-1945 Description:
"Introduction Our key question in this book is how the multiple crises that Europe faced in the aftermath of the Great Recession influenced the intensity and structuration of political conflict in national party systems.In particular,we ask how the cultural integration-demarcation divide that had been shaping up in north-western Europe before the onset of the Great Recession was affected by these multiple crises and whether this divide was 'traveling' to the European south and east. Figure 1.1: Theoretical framework Embedding the economic crisis in a long-term perspective As outlined,we first introduce the three long-term structural factors that we consider to have had a decisive influence on the structuration of party competition in the long run.As shown in Figure 1.1,these are long-term processes of societal change,regime legacies and the ever more important multi-level system of European governance. /or fascist regimes.Only in Italy did the fascist right survive the fall of the regime and was able to organise itself openly.But,paradoxically,the Italian neo-fascists started to decline at the very moment when the radical right began its rise in NWE,precisely because of their solid neo-fascist lineage (Ignazi 2003: 52).Only by distancing themselves from this legacy could they make a fresh start. Third,the relevance of the multi-level structure of the EU polity to national politics is likely to vary not only between member states and non-member states of the EU,but also among member states.During the Great Recession,it was arguably more important for Eurozone members and,among the latter for the debtor states which became the object of supranational crisis management. The structuration of party competition at the onset of the Great Recession"-- Provided by publisher
Includes bibliographical references and index
Classification:neu-sfm Political parties neu-sfm Political system neu-sfm Political participation neu-sfm Comparative analysis neu-sfm Europe neu-sfm Economic impact neu-sfm History Identifiant:
1108483798 (hardcover) (ISBN); 9781108483797 (hardcover) (ISBN) No RERO: