Crisis, Austerity, and Transformation How Disciplinary Neoliberalism Is Changing Portugal

1/3/2018

Editado por  ISABEL DAVID

Contribuições:

 GIOVANNI ALLEGRETTI; RICARDO CAMPOS; CARLA GUAPO COSTA; ISABEL DAVID; MAFALDA ESTEVES; MARCOS FARIAS FERREIRA; MARIA JOÃO FERREIRA; DORA FONSECA; PEDRO FONSECA; LUÍS FILIPE GONÇALVES MENDES; JORDI NOFRE; INÊS PEREIRA; JOSÉ ALBERTO SIMÕES AND JOÃO TERRENAS

 

 

 

 

Discussions of the recent austerity measures in Southern Europe as a response to the sovereign debt crisis have been usually framed in terms of their economic impact. However, the general impoverishment of these countries has induced other massive social and political changes, a fact which is ignored in the literature. This volume seeks to fill this gap and break ground by analyzing these trends in the Portuguese context. 
Portugal has been portrayed as the Troika’s good pupil by obediently adopting all prescribed austerity measures. In the process, the nation’s fragile social fabric has been destroyed. Massive emigration, particularly by young people... more »

 

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