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New State Spaces
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Co-edited with Roger Keil: It very nicely brings together and expands upon the now large volume of writing dealing with rescaling processes and state theory, and in doing so it both provides new forms of theoretical knowledge and adds to the current debate on urban governance. The book and its arguments around the rescaling of governmental spaces can only be strongly recommended.
Neil Brenner has written a book that is difficult to ignore for all with an interest not only in current debate on government restructuring, but also for all who follow the ongoing discussion on the construction of a new Europe - a Europe of New state spaces. The book takes us to analytic zones we did not know existed.
New state spaces : urban governance and the rescaling of statehood / Neil Brenner - Details - Trove
Sovereignty in an Age of Globalization. New State Spaces makes clear why Neil Brenner deserves the praise and recognition that he has so far received. This is critically spatialized social science at its best: The scales of accomplishment are enormous. Radical geographers, city planners, and students of popular politics then began complaining about the neglect of space, and setting concrete studies of urban change in the context of abstractly framed geographic theories.
Neil Brenner takes the whole discussion a stage farther, bringing together a knowledgeable critique and synthesis of previous thinking about 'state spaces,' important new ideas about regional policy under today's capitalism, and deeply documented comparisons of European regions. Students of political processes have much to learn from Neil Brenner. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. Academic Skip to main content. Choose your country or region Close.
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To purchase, visit your preferred ebook provider. Oxford Scholarship Online This book is available as part of Oxford Scholarship Online - view abstracts and keywords at book and chapter level. Sovereignty in an Age of Globalization "Brenner has done a masterful job theorizing the territorial restlessness of power and the way it has abetted and shaped capitalist urbanization.
Soja, Professor of Urban Planning, UCLA School of Public Policy and Social Research "For a long time, analysts of capitalism laid out their critiques and explanations as if space did not matter; capitalism involved action at a distance.