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The Airports Commission, Depoliticisation and the Third Runway at Heathrow Airport
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2018)
The Airports Commission, The Dilemmas of Political Leadership and the Third Runway at Heathrow Airport
This article assesses the character, role and outcomes of the Airports Commission. Analysing its workings from September 2012, it evaluates the final recommendations and then charts the subsequent public reception. The ...
The Politics of Estonia's Offshore Wind Energy Programme: Discourse, Power and Marine Spatial Planning
There is growing recognition that Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) is an inherently political process marked by a clash of discourses, power and conflicts of interest. Yet there are very few attempts to make sense of and ...
So Close, But So Far? The Davies Commission and the Contested Politics of UK Airport Expansion
Aviation expansion and the construction of a third runway at Heathrow airport is firmly back on the political agenda. Yet, the stark fact remains that a growing list of British governments has been unable to engineer a ...
The Logics and Limits of 'Collaborative Governance' in Nantes: Myth, Ideology and the Politics of New Urban Regimes
(Taylor and Francis, 2018-10-31)
This article characterizes and evaluates a paradigm case of urban collaborative governance: the so-called ‘Nantes model’. Stressing its positioning in the particular tradition of French politics, and drawing on poststructuralist ...
The Urban Governance of Austerity in Europe
The 2008 financial crash and ensuing austerity have brought critical perspectives on political economy into academic debates in democratic theory and public administration. One important area of contention regards ...