Austerity Across Europe: Lived Experiences of Economic Crises

Sarah Marie Hall (Editor), Helena Pimlott-Wilson (Editor), John Horton (Editor)

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Abstract

Drawing together multidisciplinary research exploring everyday life in Europe during times of economic crisis, this edited collection explores the ways in which austerity policies are lived and experienced - often alongside other significant social, political and personal change. With attention to the inequalities produced by these processes and the measures used by individuals, families and communities to help them ‘get by’, it also envisages hopeful, affirmative socio-political futures. Arranged around the themes of intergenerational relations and exchanges, ways of coping through crises, and community, civic and state infrastructures, Austerity Across Europe will appeal to social scientists with interests in everyday life, family practices, neoliberal state policy, poverty and socio-economic inequalities.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherRoutledge
Number of pages212
ISBN (Electronic)9780429201332
ISBN (Print)9780367192518
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 30 Nov 2020

Keywords

  • Austerity
  • Economic crisis
  • Europe

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