New Developments in Urban Governance

T. Jonathan Davies, Ismael Blanco, Adrian Bua, Ioannis Chorianopoulos, Merce Cortina-Oriol, Andres Feanderio, Niamh Gaynor, Brendan Gleeson, Steven Griggs, Pierre Hamel, David Howarth, Hayley Henderson, Roger Keil, Madeline Pill, Yunailis Salazar, Helen Sullivan

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    The 2008-2009 Global Economic Crisis (GEC) created an opportunity, eagerly seized by many national government and international organisations, to impose a prolonged, and widespread period of austerity. Austerity is widely recognised to have done enormos damage to social, cultural, political and economic infrastrucutres in cities and larger urban areas acress the globe. As the GEC was also the first such crisis in waht is widely considered "the urban age", austerity measures were chiefly administerd throudh municipal and regional mechanisms. A great deal has been written since the crisis, about hte way austerity measures were chiefly administered through municipal and regional mechanisms.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationGreat Britain
    PublisherBristol University Press
    Number of pages156
    ISBN (Print)978-1-5292-0582
    Publication statusPublished - 2022


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