Post Tagged with: "Neoliberalism"

Review – The Routledge Companion to Ethics, Politics and Organizations

Review – The Routledge Companion to Ethics, Politics and Organizations

This Routledge volume provides an excellent overview of how organization theorists are searching for post-communist paradigms to contest the march of neoliberalism.

Review – The Precariat: The New Dangerous Class

Review – The Precariat: The New Dangerous Class

Standing not only establishes the ‘precariat’ as a new class, but also provides succinct and clear-eyed justifications for a protective Basic Income policy as a solution.

Biodiversity Banking: From Theory to Practice in Sabah, Malaysia

Biodiversity Banking: From Theory to Practice in Sabah, Malaysia

The Malua case shows that analyses of neoliberalisation on the ground can teach us about ways in which neoliberalism plays out in managing societies and environment.

Review – Imperial Subjects: Citizenship in an Age of Crisis and Empire

Review – Imperial Subjects: Citizenship in an Age of Crisis and Empire

Mooers’ book offers a refreshing revisited critique of capital and of the varied contradictions of neoliberalism and its impact on ideas of national/global citizenship.

Neoliberalism and Social Movements

Neoliberalism and Social Movements

With increasing challenges to neoliberalism, questions turn to the outcome that will be arrived at after neoliberalism, and which actors will bring this about.

Protesting Youth in an Age of Neoliberal Savagery

Protesting Youth in an Age of Neoliberal Savagery

It is time for authentic rage to transform itself into an international movement for the creation of an effective strategy for social, political, and economic change.

Review – The Migration Industry

Review – The Migration Industry

Gammeltoft-Hansen and Nyberg Sørensen’s volume expertly weaves together case studies which offer a contextualised account of roles, conflicts & practices in the migration industry.

UNASUR and the Eurozone Crisis

UNASUR and the Eurozone Crisis

Regionalism in Europe is driven by economic efficiency and capital accumulation. In contrast, issues in the Americas, south of the Rio Grande, remain the old problems of dependency, barriers to development, and effective sovereignty.

Situating Religion in International Relations Theory

Situating Religion in International Relations Theory

IR theorists face the challenge of situating religion in their explanations of global events, but, as Sandal argues, this does not necessarily require the abandoning of existing theories.

The ‘Turkish Model’ for the Middle East: Reproducing Neoliberal Hegemony?

The ‘Turkish Model’ for the Middle East: Reproducing Neoliberal Hegemony?

The lessons of the AKP’s development serve as an appealing model for the West interested in reproducing neoliberalism, as well as for Islamic actors who wish to consolidate by mobilizing a societal alliance against the forces of the old regime.

Failed Policy: The IMF in Crisis

Failed Policy: The IMF in Crisis

The failure to distinguish between sovereign and non-sovereign economies has corrupted IMF policy advice. Reform remains problematic due to the dominance of neo-liberal ideals in the Fund.

Realist-Liberal Divide? Power & Progress in a World in Transition

Realist-Liberal Divide? Power & Progress in a World in Transition

Scholars and public commentators need to integrate the insights of the realist logic of struggle for domination and security, with the liberal logic of political development and change.

“There is no alternative”? The election without memory

“There is no alternative”? The election without memory

This election is not principally a social mobilisation, but rather, a media event. Today, we see a plethora of contentless neoliberal television polls determining who will succeed and fail in the characterological eyes of the audience of reality TV and talent-show audience. Is the UK general election much more than these televotes? There seems to be a lack of enthusiasm in the public mood for any candidate.

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