Neoliberal Urban Policy and the Transformation of the City

Reshaping Dublin

Andrew Kelly, Sinead Maclaran

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This book reviews the character and impacts of 'actually-existing' neoliberalism in Ireland. It examines the property-development boom and its legacy, the impacts of neoliberal urban policy in reshaping the city, public resistance to the new urban policy and highlights salient points to be drawn from the Irish experience of neoliberalism.

Katia Attuyer, University of St. Andrews, UK

Paula Brudell, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Dáithí Downey, Dublin Region Homeless Executive, Ireland

Linda Fox-Rogers, University College Dublin, Ireland

Berna Grist, University College Dublin, Ireland

Rory Hearne, National University of Ireland

Philip Lawton, Maastricht University, The Netherlands

Niall McCrory, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Enda Murphy, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Michael Punch, University College Dublin, Ireland

Declan Redmond, University College Dublin, Ireland

Brendan Williams, University College Dublin, Ireland

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Einband Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsdatum 01.01.2014
Herausgeber A. MacLaren, S. Kelly, Andrew MacLaran
Verlag Palgrave Macmillan UK
Seitenzahl 286
Maße (L/B) 21.6/14 cm
Gewicht 384 g
Auflage 1st ed. 2014
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-349-47788-3

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  • PART I: SETTING THE CONTEXT Introduction; Andrew MacLaran 1. Neoliberalism: The Rise of a Bad Idea; Andrew MacLaran and Sinéad Kelly 2. Irish Neoliberalism and Neoliberal Urban Policy; Andrew MacLaran and Sinéad Kelly 3. Light-Touch Regulation: The Rise and Fall of the Irish Banking Sector; Sinéad Kelly 4. The Political Economy of Legislative Change: Neoliberalising Planning Legislation; Enda Murphy, Linda Fox-Rogers and Berna Grist 5. The Changing Ideology and Operation of Planning in Dublin; Andrew MacLaran and Niall McCrory PART II: THE PROPERTY BOOM AND ITS LEGACY Introduction; Andrew MacLaran 6. Ready Money: Over-Development in the Offices Sector; Andrew MacLaran 7. Ready Money: Residential Over-Development and its Consequences; Brendan Williams and Declan Redmond 8. The Financialisation of Irish Homeownership and the Impact of the Global Financial Crisis; Dáithí Downey 9. Bailing out the Banks: the Role of the National Asset Management Agency (NAMA); Brendan Williams PART III: RESHAPING URBAN POLICY AND RESHAPING THE CITY Introduction; Andrew MacLaran 10. Actually-Existing Neoliberalism: Public-Private Partnerships in Public Service and Infrastructure Provision in Ireland; Rory Hearne 11. Taking Liberties: Gentrification as Neoliberal Urban Policy in Dublin; Sinéad Kelly 12. Neoliberalising the City 'Creative-Class' Style; Philip Lawton, Enda Murphy and Declan Redmond 13. Neoliberal 'Regeneration' and the Myth of Community Participation; Paula Brudell and Katia Attuyer 14. The Collapse of PPPs: Prospects for Social Housing Regeneration After the Crash; Rory Hearne and Declan Redmond 15. The Role of Private Consultancies in Neoliberal Urban Regeneration; Paula Brudell PART IV: CONSIDERATIONS AND CONCLUSIONS Introduction; Andrew MacLaran 16. Contested Urban Environments: Community Engagement and Struggle in Central Dublin; Michael Punch 17. Neoliberal Urban Policy and Challenging the Ideological Straightjacket; Andrew MacLaran and Sinéad Kelly