Austerity and Law in Europe presents an interdisciplinary
collection of essays that challenge traditional narratives of
austerity. The contributions recast austerity as a historically
contingent political rationality that operates through law and
technocracy. * A collection of essays that tackles the relationship
between austerity and law within and outside the European Union *
Draws on a set of interdisciplinary contributions, incorporating
insights from European law, economic history, legal theory, and
economics * Reveals how austerity measures in Europe were not
implemented as an outcome of legal or economic necessity, but were
a political choice * Presents austerity as a historically
contingent political rationality which gained a legal endorsement
in the EU law and policy without foreclosing the possibilities for
contestation either through law or politics
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