2 edition of Conference on Neoliberalism found in the catalog.
Conference on Neoliberalism
Conference on Neoliberalism (1983 Reston, Va.)
by Washington Monthly Co. in Washington, D.C. (1711 Connecticut Ave., N.W., Washington 20009)
Written in English
|Other titles||Washington monthly.|
|Statement||sponsored by the Washington monthly.|
|LC Classifications||E876 .C66 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||149 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||149|
|LC Control Number||84243062|
"Neoliberalism" is one of those terms tossed around by both those who know what they're talking about and those who have absolutely no idea. It certainly feels good to say, whether in derision or in earnest deployment, and it's also something powerfully descriptive. But like any other complex concept, the definition of neoliberalism is often in :// 1A very early version of this paper has been presented in the International Conference on International Business (ICIB), Greece, Part of my writings in this paper has been demonstrated in a book chapter by Marangos, Astroulakis, and Dafnomili (). Thus I would like to seize the opportunity to thank my co-authors and the book ://
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The book consists of edited transcripts from a conference on neoliberalism that was sponsored by the Washington Monthly in October Over forty panelists participated; many were self-proclaimed neoliberals, but many others were curious observers or even :// He never used the term neoliberalism (that was invented by a colleague), but that is what it came to be called. The Good Society. Lippmann’s great book – and it truly is a great book and very much worth a read – appeared in The Good Society. The book celebrated liberalism and thus rejected socialism, fascism, and ://
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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 :// About this book Introduction Using a highly original structure and style, the book considers the damaging impact of neoliberalism on conferences, and academia more widely, and explores the numerous barriers to conference :// Biebricher’s title is the third in the Currencies book series with Stanford University Press.
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