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Rapport de diffusion: Gouverner dans et contre l’austérité

Tweet Nous sommes ravis de publier notre rapport intitulé Gouverner dans et contre l’austérité. Le rapport présente les premiers résultats de nos enquêtes sur le gouvernance d’austérité en huit villes: Athènes, Baltimore, Barcelone, Dublin, Leicester, Melbourne, Montréal et Nantes. Nous accueillons … Continue reading

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Austerity Diasporas: Portuguese-British Identity

Tweet Lisa Rodan continues our “Austerity Diasporas” series, with a third post related to her ongoing PhD research into the experiences of Portuguese migrants affected by the 2008 crash and ensuing austerity. The first post focused on social changes leading up to the 2011 … Continue reading

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Έκθεση προς διάλογο: Η διακυβέρνηση της λιτότητας και η αμφισβήτησή της

Tweet   Βρισκόμαστε στην ευχάριστη θέση της δημοσιοποίησης της έκθεσης με τα πρώτα συμπεράσματα από το  ερευνητικό πρόγραμμα για τη διακυβέρνησης της λιτότητας.  Η έκθεση τιτλοφορείται Η διακυβέρνηση της λιτότητας και η αμφισβήτησή της και καταγράφει συνοπτικά τα ευρήματα της … Continue reading

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Informe divulgativo: gobernando dentro y contra la austeridad

Tweet Nos complace publicar y difundir nuestro informe para el proyecto Austerity Governance. Se titula “Gobernando en y contra la austeridad” y proporciona una visión general de los resultados iniciales de nuestros ocho estudios de casos sobre la gobernanza de … Continue reading

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Portugal and austerity: what European model?

Tweet In today’s blog post, Roberto Falanga and Simone Tulumello describe the trajectory of Portuguese austerity politics, from the post-crash bailout. Portugal is often held up as an example of anti-austerity politics, especially by the left in other countries. Roberto … Continue reading

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Book Debate: The End of Representative Politics?

Tweet Today we publish a two part blog on Professor Simon Tormey’s book “the End of Representative Politics“. In this work Tormey argues that narratives of democratic decline are too tightly focused on representative forms of politics, and thus conceal … Continue reading

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Austerity Diasporas – Portugal and Migration

Tweet Lisa Rodan continues our “Austerity Diasporas” series, with a second post related to her ongoing PhD research into the experiences of Portuguese migrants affected by the 2008 crash and ensuing austerity. The first post focused on social changes leading up to the … Continue reading

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Thinking Differently About Peri-urban Infrastructures

Tweet In today’s post, Valeria Gaurneros-Meza dn Steven Griggs report on the results of a two day workshop on peri-urban infrastructures hosted by CURA at DMU on May 2017. Whether we are travelling to work on a train, flushing a … Continue reading

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Austerity Diasporas – Households in Crisis: Austerity, Migration and Family in Portuguese London

Tweet In today’s post Lisa Rodan introduces a series of publications on her ongoing PhD research into how Portuguese migrants understand their lives and experiences in relation to the political and social changes wrought by the 2008 financial crisis and the … Continue reading

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Popular Democracy – Response by Adrian Bua

Tweet In this post Adrian Bua continues CURA’s third book debate by replying to Gianpaolo Baiocchi and Ernesto Ganuza’s first post outlining the argument in their recent book “Popular Democracy: the Paradox of Participation”. Popular Democracy deals with an important question … Continue reading

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