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“Common–Sense” Neoliberalism: Progressive Conservative Urbanism in Toronto, Canada
This paper argues that urban neoliberalism can best be understood as a contradictory re–regulation of urban everyday life. Based on an analysis of neoliberalism as a new political economy and as aExpand
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The urban politics of roll‐with‐it neoliberalization
Urban politics has changed during a generation of neoliberalization. This paper argues that next to the notions of roll‐back and roll‐out neoliberalization, which have been put forward to explainExpand
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Governance Restructuring in Los Angeles and Toronto: Amalgamation or Secession?
Towards the end of the 1990s, a perplexing situation occurred in two large North American cities. In Toronto, Ontario, and Los Angeles, California, conservative political forces undertook toExpand
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Changing Toronto: Governing Urban Neoliberalism
Preface List of Figures, Tables, and Maps Acknowledgements 1. Canada Urbana: Perspectives of Urban Research 2. The City That Works (No More): Towards the Crisis of the Mid-1990s 3. Tory Toronto:Expand
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Progress Report—Urban Political Ecology
In my last report (Keil, 2003), I highlighted some of the main debates and lines of thought in work on urban political ecology (UPE). In the current review, I will build on this matrix and showcaseExpand
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Toronto Inc? Planning the Competitive City in the New Toronto
This paper analyses recent developments in urban planning in the City of Toronto. A municipality of 2.4 million inhabitants that makes up the inner half of the Greater Toronto Area, the City ofExpand
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Urban Political Ecology1
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Governing Suburbia: Modalities and Mechanisms of Suburban Governance
Ekers M., Hamel P. and Keil R. Governing suburbia: modalities and mechanisms of suburban governance, Regional Studies. This paper traces the major modalities of suburban governance through a reviewExpand
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