E. D´Albergo, G. Moini, B. Pizzo:
"The uncertain metropolization of Rome: economy, space and governance";
in: "Constructing Metropolitan Space. Actors, Policies and Processes of Rescaling in World Metropolises", 1; herausgegeben von: Gross J., Gualini E., Ye L.; Routledge New York, London/New York, 2018, ISBN: 9780815380856, S. 172 - 195.

Kurzfassung englisch:
Since the early 1990s, urban studies have been engaged with the issue of scale, so much so that the `urban question´ (Castells 1972) has also become a `scale question´, which means "systematically rethinking the relations between urban spaces and supra-urban processes of capital accumulation, political regulation and social struggle" (Brenner 2000: 361). In particular, the issue of scale draws attention to debates regarding changes in metropolitan areas and the role of political rescaling (Brenner 2004). The object of this chapter is an exploration of scalar processes and the role that they play in efforts to reshape the capital city of Italy, Rome.

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