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Social Reproduction of Post-Soviet Migrant Labour : Braiding the International Political Economy
In this article, we analyse the social reproduction of post-Soviet migrant labour. Our inquiry builds on artwork by Olga Jitlina and Anna Tereshkina and by Mahpora Kiromova dealing with the effects of migration on family ...
Citizen-centred design of participatory budgeting : A transnational study in the Baltic Sea Region
Among the success factors of participatory budgeting (PB), Barbera et al. (2016b) discuss responsiveness, in terms of “continuous attention to citizens’ needs” and the capacity to address collective needs. To date, there ...
‘Whether you like it or not, this is the future!’ : everyday negotiations of the community’s boundary in urban space
How are the boundary and ground of community produced and negotiated in mundane practices of interaction and language use in urban space? The article explores how claims of belonging and legitimate presence are formulated, ...
Personal representation or party representation? Elections in the autonomous Åland Islands
For an electorate numbering under 21,000 persons, voters in the autonomous Åland islands are remarkably well represented. They vote in Finnish general elections, presidential elections and European Parliament elections; ...
City as a Growth Platform : Responses of the Cities of Helsinki Metropolitan Area to Global Digital Economy
The aim of this article is to shed light on how ongoing structural change towards the global digital economy conditions urban economic development. Discussion starts with a brief referenceto the growth machine thesis and ...
Contestation over Development Policy in the European Parliament
Recent rise of populist parties has brought about more contestation over development policy. There is also increasing diversity within the European Union: some countries allocate more development aid while the contributions ...
Exploring class identification among Finnish party members
Class cleavage has been an important factor in forming the West-European party systems, and class identification can still be considered one of the key types of social identity, especially among members of older parties. ...