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Commodification Gap

Gentrification and Public Policy in London, Berlin and St. Petersburg

«‘In an elegant and careful theoretical analysis, this book demonstrates how gentrification is always entwined with institutions and distinctive contextual processes. Matthias Bernt develops a new concept, the “commodification gap”, which is tested in three richly researched cases. With this, the concept of gentrification becomes a multiplicity and the possibility of conversations across different urban contexts is expanded. A richly rewarding read!’
Jennifer Robinson, Professor of Human Geography, University College London, UK


‘Urban studies has reached a stalemate of universalism versus particularism. Matthias Bernt is breaking out of this deadlock by being very precise about what exactly is universal and what is not – and how one can conceptualize both. The Commodity Gap is a key contribution to not only gentrification studies, but also to comparative urbanism and urban studies at large.’
Manuel B. Aalbers, Division of Geography & Tourism, KU Leuven, Belgium»

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Forlag
John Wiley & Sons Inc
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
272
ISBN
9781119603047
Utgivelsesår
2022
Format
23 x 15 cm

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«‘In an elegant and careful theoretical analysis, this book demonstrates how gentrification is always entwined with institutions and distinctive contextual processes. Matthias Bernt develops a new concept, the “commodification gap”, which is tested in three richly researched cases. With this, the concept of gentrification becomes a multiplicity and the possibility of conversations across different urban contexts is expanded. A richly rewarding read!’
Jennifer Robinson, Professor of Human Geography, University College London, UK


‘Urban studies has reached a stalemate of universalism versus particularism. Matthias Bernt is breaking out of this deadlock by being very precise about what exactly is universal and what is not – and how one can conceptualize both. The Commodity Gap is a key contribution to not only gentrification studies, but also to comparative urbanism and urban studies at large.’
Manuel B. Aalbers, Division of Geography & Tourism, KU Leuven, Belgium»

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