The Unacknowledged Success of Neoliberalism By Scott Sumner, Library of Economics and Liberty, July 5th 2010 The neoliberal policy revolution that began in the late 1970s … Continue reading The Unacknowledged Success of Neoliberalism
A Great Fall: The Origins and Crisis of Neoliberalism (adapted) By David M. Kotz, Dollars and Sense: Real World Economics, November/December 2015 In the fall of … Continue reading A Great Fall : The Origins and Crisis of Neoliberalism
The euro crisis and the crisis of neoliberal Europe: dilemmas for Europe’s transnational corporate elite Bastiaan van Apeldoorn, Corporate Europe Observatory, April 23rd 2012 The … Continue reading The eurocrisis and the crisis of neoliberal Europe
38 Finance & Development June 2016 Instead of delivering growth, some neoliberal policies have increased inequality, in turn jeopardizing durable expansion MILTON Friedman in 1982 hailed … Continue reading Neoliberalism : oversold?
Redefining a crisis: Austerity and ‘the European social model’ Colin Crouch, Juncture, the Institute for Public Policy Research, 6 Feb 2015 “A crisis of neoliberalism has … Continue reading Redefining a crisis : Austerity and ‘the European social model’
Neoliberalism: the Left’s Eternal Boogeyman Corey Iacono, Foundation for Economic Education, May 13, 2016 In a recent article published by the Guardian, George Monbiot claims that the political philosophy … Continue reading Neoliberalism : the Left’s Eternal Boogeyman
Neoliberalism Is Alive and Kicking (adapted) Robert Schuster, Aspen Review, Central Europe, February 2015 Transformation experiences of Central European countries after 1989 can serve as a … Continue reading Neoliberalism is Alive and Kicking