SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

Cited in:

CrossRef

This article has been cited by:

  1. 1
    Maksim Kokushkin, Alicia M. Pettys, ‘Shock Therapy’ as a Neo-Liberal Response to an Economic Crisis, Territory, Politics, Governance, 2015, 1

    CrossRef

  2. 2
    Diane Austin-Broos, Brewarrina: An Australian Story, Oceania, 2015, 85, 2
  3. 3
    Imogen Tyler, Classificatory struggles: class, culture and inequality in neoliberal times, The Sociological Review, 2015, 63, 2
  4. 4
    Tina Askanius, Yiannis Mylonas, Extreme-right Responses to the European Economic Crisis in Denmark and Sweden: The Discursive Construction of Scapegoats and Lodestars, Javnost - The Public, 2015, 22, 1, 55

    CrossRef

  5. 5
    Noelle Kateri Brigden, Wendy A. Vogt, Homeland Heroes: Migrants and Soldiers in the Neoliberal Era, Antipode, 2015, 47, 2
  6. 6
    Rajesh Venugopal, Neoliberalism as concept, Economy and Society, 2015, 44, 2, 165

    CrossRef

  7. 7
    Mark Maguire, Fiona Murphy, Ontological (in)Security and African Pentecostalism in Ireland, Ethnos, 2015, 1

    CrossRef

  8. 8
    Simone Tulumello, Reconsidering neoliberal urban planning in times of crisis: urban regeneration policy in a “dense” space in Lisbon, Urban Geography, 2015, 1

    CrossRef

  9. 9
    David Madden, There is a politics of urban knowledge because urban knowledge is political: A rejoinder to ‘Debating urban studies in 23 steps’, City, 2015, 19, 2-3, 297

    CrossRef

  10. 10
    DANIEL M. KNIGHT, Wit and Greece's economic crisis: Ironic slogans, food, and antiausterity sentiments, American Ethnologist, 2015, 42, 2
  11. 11
    Joel S. Kahn, International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2015,

    CrossRef

  12. 12
    Ammara Maqsood, ‘Buying Modern’, Cultural Studies, 2014, 28, 1, 84

    CrossRef

  13. 13
    Jana Bacevic, (Education for) work sets you free: ‘employability’ and higher education in former Yugoslavia and its successor states, European Journal of Higher Education, 2014, 4, 3, 281

    CrossRef

  14. 14
    Yiannis Mylonas, CRISIS, AUSTERITY AND OPPOSITION IN MAINSTREAM MEDIA DISCOURSES OF GREECE, Critical Discourse Studies, 2014, 11, 3, 305

    CrossRef

  15. 15
    Lawrence Busch, Governance in the age of global markets: challenges, limits, and consequences, Agriculture and Human Values, 2014, 31, 3, 513

    CrossRef

  16. 16
    LEO COLEMAN, Infrastructure and interpretation: Meters, dams, and state imagination in Scotland and India, American Ethnologist, 2014, 41, 3
  17. 17
    A. Farber, Low-budget Berlin: towards an understanding of low-budget urbanity as assemblage, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 2014, 7, 1, 119

    CrossRef

  18. 18
    Loic Wacquant, Marginalità, etnicità e penalità nella città neo-liberale: una cartografia analitica, TERRITORIO, 2014, 70, 7

    CrossRef

  19. 19
    Loïc Wacquant, Marginality, ethnicity and penality in the neo-liberal city: an analytic cartography, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 2014, 37, 10, 1687

    CrossRef

  20. You have free access to this content20
    LUCAS BESSIRE, DAVID BOND, Ontological anthropology and the deferral of critique, American Ethnologist, 2014, 41, 3
  21. 21
    Stephanie L. Mudge, Anthony S. Chen, Political Parties and the Sociological Imagination: Past, Present, and Future Directions, Annual Review of Sociology, 2014, 40, 1, 305

    CrossRef

  22. 22
    JENNIFER ASHLEY, Prime-time politics: News, parody, and fictional credibility in Chile, American Ethnologist, 2014, 41, 4
  23. 23
    Laryssa Whittaker, Refining the Nation's ‘New Gold’: Music, Youth Development and Neoliberalism in South Africa, Culture, Theory and Critique, 2014, 55, 2, 233

    CrossRef

  24. 24
    Ayda Eraydin, Tuna Taşan-Kok, State Response to Contemporary Urban Movements in Turkey: A Critical Overview of State Entrepreneurialism and Authoritarian Interventions, Antipode, 2014, 46, 1
  25. 25
    Jonathan Shapiro Anjaria, Ursula Rao, Talking back to the state: citizens' engagement after neoliberal reform in India, Social Anthropology, 2014, 22, 4
  26. 26
    Matthew Eagleton-Pierce, The concept of governance in the spirit of capitalism, Critical Policy Studies, 2014, 8, 1, 5

    CrossRef

  27. 27
    Theodoros Rakopoulos, The crisis seen from below, within, and against: from solidarity economy to food distribution cooperatives in Greece, Dialectical Anthropology, 2014, 38, 2, 189

    CrossRef

  28. 28
    Mathieu Hilgers, Embodying neoliberalism: thoughts and responses to critics, Social Anthropology, 2013, 21, 1
  29. 29
    Jamie Peck, Explaining (with) Neoliberalism, Territory, Politics, Governance, 2013, 1, 2, 132

    CrossRef

  30. 30
    Julie Rowlands, Shaun Rawolle, Neoliberalism is not a theory of everything: a Bourdieuian analysis ofillusioin educational research, Critical Studies in Education, 2013, 54, 3, 260

    CrossRef

  31. 31
    Mathieu Hilgers, Observation participante et comparaison, Anthropologie et Sociétés, 2013, 37, 1, 97

    CrossRef

  32. 32
    Ugo Rossi, On Life as a Fictitious Commodity: Cities and the Biopolitics of Late Neoliberalism, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 2013, 37, 3
  33. 33
    Janet L. Finn, Lynn M. Nybell, Jeffrey J. Shook, Place, power, and possibility: Remaking social work with children and youth, Children and Youth Services Review, 2013, 35, 8, 1159

    CrossRef

  34. 34
    Bob Jessop, Putting neoliberalism in its time and place: a response to the debate, Social Anthropology, 2013, 21, 1
  35. 35
    Martina Giuffrè, Caterina Cingolani, QuestioningIllegality inEverydayLife, Griffith Law Review, 2013, 22, 3, 729

    CrossRef

  36. 36
    R. Strier, Responding to the Global Economic Crisis: Inclusive Social Work Practice, Social Work, 2013, 58, 4, 344

    CrossRef

  37. 37
    David Mosse, The Anthropology of International Development, Annual Review of Anthropology, 2013, 42, 1, 227

    CrossRef

  38. 38
    Cornel Ban, Mark Blyth, The BRICs and the Washington Consensus: An introduction, Review of International Political Economy, 2013, 20, 2, 241

    CrossRef

  39. 39
    Marinus Ossewaarde, The crowd in the Occupy movement, Distinktion: Scandinavian Journal of Social Theory, 2013, 14, 2, 134

    CrossRef

  40. 40
    Cris Shore, Laura McLauchlan, ‘Third mission’ activities, commercialisation and academic entrepreneurs, Social Anthropology, 2012, 20, 3
  41. 41
    Jamie Peck, Austerity urbanism, City, 2012, 16, 6, 626

    CrossRef

  42. 42
    Patrícia Matos, Call center labor and the injured precariat: shame, stigma, and downward social mobility in contemporary Portugal, Dialectical Anthropology, 2012, 36, 3-4, 217

    CrossRef

  43. 43
    Daniel M. Goldstein, Decolonialising ‘actually existing neoliberalism’, Social Anthropology, 2012, 20, 3
  44. 44
    Andreas Malm, Shora Esmailian, Doubly dispossessed by accumulation: Egyptian fishing communities between enclosed lakes and a rising sea, Review of African Political Economy, 2012, 39, 133, 408

    CrossRef

  45. 45
    Stephen J. Collier, Neoliberalism as big Leviathan, or … ? A response to Wacquant and Hilgers, Social Anthropology, 2012, 20, 2
  46. 46
    Priscilla Magrath, Mark Nichter, Paying for performance and the social relations of health care provision: An anthropological perspective, Social Science & Medicine, 2012, 75, 10, 1778

    CrossRef

  47. 47
    Jamie Peck, Nik Theodore, Reanimating neoliberalism: process geographies of neoliberalisation, Social Anthropology, 2012, 20, 2
  48. 48
    Johanna Bockman, The political projects of neoliberalism, Social Anthropology, 2012, 20, 3
  49. 49
    Don Kalb, Thinking about neoliberalism as if the crisis was actually happening, Social Anthropology, 2012, 20, 3
  50. 50
    Vered Amit, You too? The transnational diffusion of educational restructuring, Social Anthropology, 2012, 20, 3