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References and indicative bibliography

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  • Barnett, C. (2001) “Culture, geography, and the arts of government”, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 19 (1), pp. 7-24
  • Brenner, N., Marcuse, P. and Mayer, M. (2009) Cities for people not for profit, City, Vol. 13: 2,3, pp. 176-184
  • Brenner, N., Peck, J. and Theodore, N. (2010) Variegated neoliberalisation. Geographies, modalities, pathways, Global Networks, (DOI) 10.1111/j.1471-0374.2009.00277.x
  • Gonzalez, S. (2006) “Scalar narratives in Bilbao. A cultural politics of scales approach to the study of urban policy”, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 30 (4), pp. 836-857
  • Harvey, D. (2005) A brief history of neoliberalism, Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • Harvey, D. (2009) “The urban roots of the Fiscal crisis”, Lecture, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, April 16th, http://sorcerer.design.harvard.edu/gsdlectures/s2009/harvey.mov;
  • Jessop, B. and Oosterlynck, S. (2008) “Cultural Political Economy: On Making the Cultural Turn without Falling into Soft Economic Sociology” Geoforum, 39, pp. 1155-1170
  • Jessop, B. & Sum, N.-L. (2006) Beyond the Regulation Approach. Putting Capitalist Economies in Their Place, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
  • Jones, M (2008) “Recovering a sense of political economy”, Political Geography,27 (4), pp. 377-399
  • Kazepov, Y. (2004)  (Ed) Cities of Europe: Changing Contexts, Local Arrangement and the Challenge to Urban Cohesion, London: Blackwell
  • Marcuse, P. (2009) "From critical urban theory to the right to the city", City, 13 (2-3), pp. 185-197;
    OECD (2009) The road to recovery: Update on the OECD's strategic response to the financial and economic crisis. Paris: OECD
  • Osborne, T. and N. Rose (1999), “Governing cities: notes on the spatialisation of virtues”, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 17, pp. 737-760
  • Peck, J. (2008) “Remaking laissez-faire”, Progress in Human Geography, vol. 32, pp. 3-43
  • Ponzini, D. and Rossi, U. (forthcoming) “Becoming a creative city: The entrepreneurial mayor, network politics,and the promises of an urban renaissance”, Urban Studies, 47 (10)
  • Ribera, R. (2009). “From urban political economy to cultural political economy: rethinking culture and economy in and beyond the urban” Progress in Human Geography, Vol. 33, No. 4, 447-465
  • Rossi, U. (in press) “The capitalist city”, in R. Hutchison, ed., Encyclopedia of Urban Studies, Sage, London

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