A global turn to austerity is the prevailing feature of fiscal policy adopted by different governments around the world. In the second instalment and concluding part to a special issue, this collection of papers examines the empirical challenges (and opportunities) associated with regeneration practice in an era of austerity. It combines analysis, insights and opinions of those negotiating regeneration challenges, dilemmas and choices on a daily basis with those of the critical research community. This enables the collection of works to provide complementary perspectives of how regeneration is presently conceived, how it is practised and how it is lived and experienced. Drawing on a diverse compilation of empirical settings, papers variously examine policy contradictions, practical issues and alternative modes of working; all have some important conceptual implications.
|Journal||Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2014|