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Papers published in this Special Issue
Burnham P. (2017), “Neo-liberalism, Crisis and the Contradictions of Depoliticisation”, Partecipazione e conflitto, 10(2): 357-380.
d’Albergo E., G. Moini (2017), “Depoliticizing Public Action by Politicizing Issues, Practices and Actors. The Role of Resilience Thinking in a Program of the Cariplo Foundation”, Partecipazione e conflitto, 10(2): 381-420-
Busso S. (2017), “The De-Politicization of Social Policy at the Time of Social Investment. Mechanisms and Distinctive Features, Partecipazione e conflitto, 10(2): 421-447.
Willems T., W. Van Dooren, M. van den Hurk (2017), “PPP Policy, Depoliticisation, and Anti-Politics”, Partecipazione e conflitto, 10(2): 448-471.
Giannone D. (2017), “The Politics of Global Indicators in Designing, Promoting and Legit-imating the Competition State”, Partecipazione e conflitto, 10(2): 472-491.
Romano O. (2017), “The Impolitic Narrative of Grassroots Movements against Neoliberal De-Politicization. The Case of Commons”, Partecipazione e conflitto, 10(2): 493-516.
Padoan E. (2017), “The Populist Re-Politicization. Some Lessons from South America and Southern Europe”, Partecipazione e conflitto, 10(2): 517-543.
D’Agostino M. (2017), “Beyond the Perimeter of Depoliticization. The Evolution of the Global Governance of Refugees and its Territorialisation in Calabria”, Partecipazione e conflitto, 10(2): 544-568.
Di Chio S. (2017), “Impolitic Gambling. Chance and Inequality in Contemporary Italy”, Partecipazione e conflitto, 10(2): 569-588.
Adaman F. (2017), “Scaling in Polanyi. Reconsidering the Local in the Age of Neolibera-lism”, Partecipazione e conflitto, 10(2): 589-612.
Bobbio L. (2017), “Neither Completely Political nor Completely Unpolitical. The Third Way of Deliberative Arenas”, Partecipazione e conflitto, 10(2): 613-635.
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