Citizenship, Markets, and the State by Colin CrouchCitizenship, Markets, and the State by Colin Crouch

Citizenship, Markets, and the State

EditorColin Crouch, Klau Eder, Damian Tambini

Hardcover | November 1, 2000

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As the neo-liberal marketization of citizenship and the resulting processes of individualization proceed, debates on citizenship tend to flounder in outmoded ideological oppositions. By examining concrete cases and processes that accompany contemporary practices of citizenship, this volumebrings analytical clarity to contemporary debates about citizenship. The state, the market and the forum are analysed as competing fields of citizenship practice, and it is their complex relationship which helps us to understand the role and function not only of the debate on citizenship, but of theinstitutions and practices of citizenship itself in the contemporary world.
Colin Crouch is at European University Institute in Florence. Klau Eder is at Humboldt-University, Berlin.
Title:Citizenship, Markets, and the StateFormat:HardcoverPublished:November 1, 2000Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:019924121X

ISBN - 13:9780199241217

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Table of Contents

1. Colin Crouch/Klaus Eder/Damian Tambini: Introduction: Dilemmas of CitizenshipPart I: The Marketization of Citizenship2. Margaret Somers: Romancing the Market, Reviling the State: Historicizing Liberalism, Privatization, and the Competing Claims to Civil Society3. Giovanna Procacci: Poor Citizens. Social Citizenship versus Individualization of Welfare4. Jane Jenson and Susan D. Phillips: Redesigning the Canadian Citizenship Regime: Remaking the Institutions of Representation5. Mark Freedland: The Marketization of Public Services6. Colin Crouch: Citizenship and Markets in Recent British Education Policy7. Anton Hemerijck: Prospects for Effective Social Citizenship in an Age of Structural InactivityPart II: The Limits of Political Citizenship8. Yannis Papadopoulos: Citizenship through Direct Democracy? The Broken Promises of Empowerment9. Veit Bader: Institutions, Culture and Identity of Trans-National Citizenship: How Much Integration and Communal Spirit is Needed?10. Klaus Eder: Social Movement Organizations and the Democratic Order. Reorganizing the Social Basis of Political Citizenship in Complex Societies11. Damian Tambini: The Civic Networking Movement: The Internet as a New Democratic Public Space?12. Conclusions. The Future of Citizenship