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Neoliberalism: the key concepts

By: Eagleton-Pierce, Matthew.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Routledge Key Guides.Publisher: London Routledge Taylor and Francis Group 2016Description: xx, 256 p.ISBN: 9780415837545.Subject(s): NeoliberalismDDC classification: 330.1 Summary: Neoliberalism: The Key Concepts provides a critical guide to a vocabulary that has become globally dominant over the past forty years. The language of neoliberalism both constructs and expresses a particular vision of economics, politics, and everyday life. Some find this vision to be appealing, but many others find the contents and implications of neoliberalism to be alarming.Despite the popularity of these concepts, they often remain confusing, the product of contested histories, meanings, and practices. In an accessible way, this interdisciplinary resource explores and dissects key terms such as: Capitalism Choice Competition Entrepreneurship Finance Flexibility Freedom Governance Market Reform Stakeholder State Complete with an introductory essay, cross-referencing, and an extensive bibliography, this book provides a unique and insightful introduction to the study of neoliberalism in all its forms and disguises. https://www.routledge.com/Neoliberalism-The-Key-Concepts/Eagleton-Pierce/p/book/9780415837545
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Table of content


1. Introduction.
2. Adjustment.
3. Business.
4. Capitalism.
5. Challenge.
6. Change.
7. Choice.
8. Class.
9. Competition.
10. Community.
11. Consensus.
12. Development.
13. Diversity.
14. Emerge.
15. Enterprise.
16. Entrepreneurship.
17. Environment.
18. Experience.
19. Finance
20. Flexibility.
21. Freedom.
22. Global.
23. Governance.
24. Growth.
25. Individual.
26. Innovation.
27. Investment.
28. Management.
29. Market.
30. Network.
31. Openness.
32. Participation.
33. Performance.
34. Power.
35. Private.
36. Project.
37. Reform.
38. Responsibility.
39. Risk.
40. Stability.
41. Stakeholder.
42. State.
43. Trade.
44. Vision.
45. Welfare

Neoliberalism: The Key Concepts provides a critical guide to a vocabulary that has become globally dominant over the past forty years. The language of neoliberalism both constructs and expresses a particular vision of economics, politics, and everyday life. Some find this vision to be appealing, but many others find the contents and implications of neoliberalism to be alarming.Despite the popularity of these concepts, they often remain confusing, the product of contested histories, meanings, and practices. In an accessible way, this interdisciplinary resource explores and dissects key terms such as:

Capitalism
Choice
Competition
Entrepreneurship
Finance
Flexibility
Freedom
Governance
Market
Reform
Stakeholder
State
Complete with an introductory essay, cross-referencing, and an extensive bibliography, this book provides a unique and insightful introduction to the study of neoliberalism in all its forms and disguises.

https://www.routledge.com/Neoliberalism-The-Key-Concepts/Eagleton-Pierce/p/book/9780415837545

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