Urban Austerity – Impacts of the Global Financial Crisis on Cities in Europe

Publikation zum gleichnamigen 10. Hermann-Henselmann-Kolloquium

Herausgegeben von Sebastian Schipper und Barbara Schönig
Edition Gegenstand und Raum / 296 Seiten / Englisch / 22,00€

Inhalt: Barbara Schönig, Sebastian Schipper: Impacts of the Global Financial Crisis on Cities in Europe; Jamie Peck und Heather Whiteside: Financializing the Entrepreneurial City; Joe Penny: The (Post)politics of Fiscal Retrenchment, Robert Ogman: Social Impact Bonds: A «Social Neoliberal» Response to the Crisis?; Thanos Andritsos, Dimitris Poulios: Urban Politics towards a New Paradigm?; Elena Besussi: Extracting Value from the Public City; Katja Thiele: Who governs? Struggles over Public-landed Property Policy in Berlin under (a not so new) Austerity Regime; Anastasia Roukouni, Basil Stefanis: Value Capture as a Tool to Finance Urban Transportation Infrastructure in the Era of Crisis; Daniela Patti, Levente Polyak: From Austerity to Self-organization; Dimitra Siatitsa: Changes in Housing and Property under the Austerity Regime in Greece; Matina Kapsali, Maria Karagianni: A New Socio-spatial Order in Crisis-stricken Greece; Knut Unger: Financialization of Rental Mass Housing in Germany; Stefania Animento: Moving to Berlin from the European South; Ícaro Obeso Muñiz: Geographic Analysis of Evictions in Spain; Margit Mayer: Urban Social Movements in Times of Austerity Politics; Daniel Mullis: Crisis and the City: Producing Space on Both Sides of the Barricade in Athens’ City Center; Julia Tulke: Tales of Crisis from the Walls of Athens; Silvia Aru und Matteo Puttilli: Shades of (In)justice