Adam Standring
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‘Going beyond the Troika’: Power and discourse in Portuguese austerity politics
C Moury, A Standring
European Journal of Political Research 56 (3), 660-679, 2017
Social scientific knowledge in times of crisis: What climate change can learn from coronavirus (and vice versa)
M Hulme, R Lidskog, JM White, A Standring
Wiley interdisciplinary reviews. Climate change, 2020
COVID-19, the climate, and transformative change: comparing the social anatomies of crises and their regulatory responses
R Lidskog, I Elander, A Standring
Sustainability 12 (16), 6337, 2020
From crisis to catastrophe: The death and viral legacies of austere neoliberalism in Europe?
A Standring, J Davies
Dialogues in Human Geography 10 (2), 146-149, 2020
Depoliticising austerity: narratives of the Portuguese debt crisis 2011–15
A Standring
Policy & Politics 46 (1), 149-164, 2018
Comparing strategies of (de) politicisation in Europe
J Buller, P Dönmez, A Standring, M Wood
London: Palgrave, 2019
Evidence-based policymaking and the politics of neoliberal reason: a response to Newman
A Standring
Critical Policy Studies 11 (2), 227-234, 2017
Depoliticisation, post-politics and the problem of change
J Buller, PE Dönmez, A Standring, M Wood
Comparing Strategies of (De) Politicisation in Europe, 1-24, 2019
Relational expertise and the spatial (re) production of austerity: Challenges and opportunities for progressive politics
A Standring
Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 39 (3), 555-573, 2021
“An ever closer union…”–towards the “soft” convergence of European drug policies
A Standring
Drugs and Alcohol Today, 2012
Evidence-based policymaking as depoliticised governance strategy: the case of European drug policy
A Standring
Evidence in European social drug research and drug policy, 2016
Portugal and the European Union: Defining and Contesting the Boundaries of the Political
A Standring
Comparing Strategies of (De) Politicisation in Europe, 131-154, 2019
(How) Does Diversity Still Matter for the IPCC? Instrumental, Substantive and Co-Productive Logics of Diversity in Global Environmental Assessments
A Standring, R Lidskog
Climate 9 (6), 99, 2021
The institutional machinery of expertise: Producing facts, figures and futures in COVID-19
R Lidskog, A Standring
Acta Sociologica 63 (4), 443-446, 2020
Environmental expertise for social transformation: roles and responsibilities for social science
R Lidskog, A Standring, JM White
Environmental Sociology, 1-12, 2022
Contingent, contested and constructed: a poststructuralist response to Stevens’ ontological politics of drug policy
D Howarth, A Standring, S Huntly
International journal of drug policy 93, 2021
How Portugal’s leaders exploited the bail out to pass measures they already supported
C Moury, A Standring
LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog, 2017
The evolution of EU action in drug supply reduction: From intergovernmental cooperation to transnational networks
A Standring
CIES-IUL, 2012
The Europeanization of UK drug policy: transnational policy networks and evidence based policy-making
AJ Standring
University of York, 2011
Geographies of the Knowledge Economy on the Semi-Periphery
A Standring, S Tulumello
The Social Production of Knowledge in a Neoliberal Age: Debating the …, 2022
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