How far is too far in public-private cooperation?
AbstractIn the competition between cities for visibility and new facilities, the ‘age of austerity’ brings new pressures to involve private capital in sponsoring new interventions and activities, especially those that promote strong urban leaders. Yet Bart Cammaerts sees dangers in the incremental erosion of the public sphere via corporate badging of public services linked to political personalities.
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