3 edition of Politics and Neoliberalism found in the catalog.
September 24, 2007
by JAI Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||268|
The book explores the sources of neoliberalism's remarkable success and the roots of its current decline. Neoliberalism's appeal is its promise of freedom in the form of unfettered free choice. But that freedom is a trap: we have just enough freedom to be accountable for our failings, but not enough to create genuine change. Interview by Bjarke Skærlund Risager. E leven years ago, David Harvey published A Brief History of Neoliberalism, now one of the most cited books on the years since have seen new economic and financial crises, but also new waves of resistance, which often target “neoliberalism” in their critique of contemporary society.
His timely book is a powerful reminder of the political and societal forces that underpin neoliberalism’s survival, and the damage this has inflicted on democracy. With a spot-on focus on the American and European periphery, laboratories of most radical forms of neoliberalism, this masterfully argued work will inform debates in the years to. Noam Chomsky: Neoliberalism Is Destroying Our Democracy How elites on both sides of the political spectrum have undermined our social, political, and environmental commons. By Christopher Lydon.
Neoliberalism, Media and the Political examines the condition of media and journalism in neoliberal cultures. Emphasizing neoliberalism's status as a political ideology that is simultaneously hostile to politics, the book presents a critical theoretical argument supported by empirical illustrations from New Zealand, Ireland, the UK and the US. This book explores community education in Ireland and argues that neoliberalism has had a profound effect on community education. Rather than retain its foundational characteristics of collective, equality-led principles and practices, community education has lost much of its independence and has been reshaped into spaces characterised by labour-market activation, vocationalisation and.
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The introductory article compares classical liberalism to neoliberalism, and summarizes the political-legal changes in corporations environment and the redistribution of income and wealth from the mids to the present in the United first part of this volume examines the effects of neoliberal policies on higher education in the state of Missouri and workers health in Canada, and whether neoliberalism.
Constructing Neoliberalism presents a rich analysis of the shift to neoliberal economic policies in four Anglo-American democracies – Canada, Britain, Australia, and New Zealand – over the course of the s and s. This period witnessed a dramatic shift away. Neoliberalism, Media and the Political examines the condition of media and journalism in neoliberal cultures.
Emphasizing neoliberalism's status as a political ideology that is simultaneously hostile to politics, the book presents a critical theoretical argument supported by empirical illustrations from New Zealand, Ireland, the UK and the by: Across the world, politics is lurching to the right, ethnic nationalism is on the rise, and people are furious.
Beyond Populism critically examines the new destructive projects of resentment that have surfaced in the political spaces opened by neoliberalism’s failures, particularly since the financial collapse of It contextualizes the recent history of the Global North—notably Brexit and the Trump election—among wider comparative politics Format: Paperback.
A powerful corrective to the existing scholarship, The Political Theory of Neoliberalism shows readers that within the sweeping generalizations so often made about neoliberalism, the devil truly is in the details." —Andrew Dilts, Loyola Marymount University "This is a brilliant book—one of the most illuminating I have read in a long time.
Indeed, the book’s primary aim is to introduce neoliberalism in all of its social complexity, so that readers can see how neoliberalism shapes their own lives, as well as our political horizons, and thereby start to imagine and build alternative worlds.
Arguing that neoliberalism is widely misunderstood when reduced to a doctrine of markets and economics alone, this book shows that it has a political dimension that we can reconstruct and critique. Recognizing the heterogeneities within and between both neoliberal theory and practice, The Political Theory of Neoliberalism looks to distinguish between the two as well as to theorize their : Thomas Biebricher.
Thanks to the rise of neoliberalism over the past several decades, we live in an era of rampant anxiety, insecurity, and inequality. While neoliberalism has become somewhat of an academic buzzword in recent years, this book offers a rich and multilayered introduction to what is arguably the most pressing issue of our Edition: 1st Edition.
Since the s, globalization and neoliberalism have brought about a comprehensive restructuring of everyone's lives. People are being 'disciplined' by neoliberal economic agendas, 'transformed' by communication and information technology changes, global.
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Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Society is dangerously unaware of the intimate relationship between culture and politics, ethics and aesthetics.
Challenging this, Jay Patrick Starliper examines the imagination. Neoliberalism has had an interesting trajectory. It was initially formulated as an intellectual-cum-political project in ; enjoyed growing acceptance as an economic and political strategy in.
This book offers a history of neoliberal economic and cultural politics, and Duggan argues that the left needs to recognize the interrelationship between culture and economics/5. Masters of the Universe: Hayek, Friedman, and the Birth of Neoliberal Politics is a book by barrister Daniel Stedman Jones, in which the author traces the intellectual development and political rise of neoliberalism in the United States and the United Kingdom.
Originally a PhD thesis, the author adapted it into a book. According to Jones, neoliberalism began after the Great Depression as a movement of Publisher: Princeton University Press.
Book Description. This volume addresses the relationship between law and neoliberalism. Assembling work from established and emerging legal scholars, political theorists, philosophers, historians, and sociologists from around the world – including the Americas, Australia, Europe, and the United Kingdom – it addresses the conceptual, legal, and political relationships between liberal.
Neoliberalism - the doctrine that market exchange is an ethic in itself, capable of acting as a guide for all human action - has become dominant in both thought and practice throughout much of the world since or so. Its spread has depended upon a reconstitution of state powers such that privatization, finance, and market processes are emphasized.3/5(5).
An amazing analysis of neoliberalism and neoliberal ideology and how it contributed to the rise of conservative and anti-democratic regimes and politics in the West. Using a variety of political theorists including Hayek, Foucault and Marx Brown maps the movement away from democracy and to market based political economies/5.
Its political and economic implications can hardly be overstated. Yet there are obvious problems with the neoliberal project. This book is a perfect introduction to neoliberalism that is ideal for anyone seeking a critical perspective. Dotan Leshem's The Origins of Neoliberalism is a highly erudite study that proposes a new way of thinking modernity, notably the political-liberal space, through the economical conception which prevailed in the Christianity of late antiquity.
Dana Shem-Ur, Tel-Aviv University, Politics. The British political economist Colin Crouch captured this anomaly in a book nicely titled The Strange Non-Death of Neoliberalism. Why did neoliberalism not die.
Why did neoliberalism not die. As Crouch observed, neoliberalism failed both as theory and as policy, but succeeded superbly as power politics for economic elites. This book--the first comprehensive transatlantic history of the rise of neoliberal politics--presents a surprising answer.
Based on archival research and interviews with leading participants in the movement, Masters of the Universe traces the ascendancy of How did American and British policymakers become so enamored with free markets /5.
Perhaps the most dangerous impact of neoliberalism is not the economic crises it has caused, but the political crisis. As the domain of the state is reduced, our ability to change the course of. Poststructuralism, Marxism, and Neoliberalism book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This introduction to the politics of poststr /5(6).David Harvey, distinguished professor of Anthropology and Geography at City University New York, presents an incisive and highly readable critique of the doctrine of political economy known as Neoliberalism.
Whether or not you agree with his arguments, the book is a high quality piece of scholarship that is immensely well researched/5(76).