Accountability in Post-Crisis Politics: Decision-making, Discourse and Democracy

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This project aims to shed light on the changes in political decision-making processes across Europe in the wake of the Global Financial Crisis (GFC). Crisis responses have challenged traditional parliamentary-democratic ideals such as accountability, representation and deliberation. As a result, taking a multi-disciplinary and comparative perspective, this project seeks to address the concentration of power, looking particularly at locations (arenas), processes (institutional and discursive) and long-term impact.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 2017
Event European democracy under stress - University of Turin, Turin, Italy
Duration: 13 Jan 201714 Jan 2017


Conference European democracy under stress
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  • Financial crisis
  • Rejection of the existing order
  • decision-making
  • accountability
  • democracy
  • policy-making

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