Contention in the age of austerity in Europe: The emergence of new alternatives?

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The collaborations that led to this special issue were facilitated by an ESRC seminar series grant, Understanding the Post-Crisis Landscape: Assessing Change in Economic Management, Welfare, Work and Democracy. We are especially grateful to the anonymous reviewers, who spent a considerable amount of time providing detailed and helpful comments that made a significant contribution to the final version of the special issue.

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Bailey, D., Parks, L. Contention in the age of austerity in Europe: The emergence of new alternatives?. Comp Eur Polit 16, 1–8 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1057/s41295-016-0075-5

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