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Transnational education zones: Towards an urban political economy of ‘education cities’
Prevalent notions of ‘education cities’ and ‘education hubs’ are vaguely defined, operate at blurry scales and tend to reproduce promotional language. The article contributes to theorising the geographies and spaces of ...
By the sweat of their brow? The effects of starting work again after pension age on life satisfaction in Germany and the United Kingdom
In recent years, the employment rates of people of pension age have increased considerably. However, longitudinal evidence on the effects of this employment on wellbeing which might contribute to an evaluation of this ...
The concept of instrument constituencies: accounting for dynamics and practices of knowing governance
As a new concept in policy analysis, instrument constituencies shed light on the ‘supply side’ of policy-making and thereby fill a gap in our understanding of national and transnational policy dynamics. Policy instruments ...