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The Sage Handbook of Neoliberalism

Cahill, Damien (EDT)   Cooper, Melinda (EDT)   Konings, Martijn (EDT)

Sage 2018/04
682 p. 25 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781412961721
KCN: 1027662954
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DDC: 330
KDC: D211 政治理論
C123 政治・国家・社会運動
ブックニュースNo: NB4375
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Annotation

Across seven key sections, the handbook explores the different ways in which neoliberalism has been understood and the key questions about the nature of neoliberalism - Part 1: Perspectives / Part 2: Sources / Part 3: Variations and Diffusions / Part 4: The State / Part 5: Social and Economic Restructuring / Part 6: Cultural Dimensions / Part 7: Neoliberalism and Beyond.

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Across seven sections - including Neoliberal Economies, The State and Regulation, and Neoliberalism in Crisis - this resource brings together a global team of experts to explore the cutting edge of contemporary scholarship in the field
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Table of Contents

Part 01: Perspectives Chapter 1: Actually Existing Neoliberalism - Jamie Peck, Neil Brenner and Nik Theodore Chapter 2: International Financial Institutions as Agents of Neoliberalism - Sarah Babb and Alexander Kentikelenis Chapter 3: Neoliberalism in World Perspective: Southern Origins and Southern Dynamics - Nour Dados and Raewyn Connell Chapter 4: Foucault and the Neoliberalism Controversy - Mitchell Dean Chapter 5: Neoliberalism as a Class-Based Project - Neil Davidson Chapter 6: Ideas and the Rise of Neoliberalism in Europe - Vivien A. Schmidt Part 02: Sources Chapter 7: Neoliberal Thought Collectives: Integrating Social Science and Intellectual History - Dieter Plehwe Chapter 8: Planning the 'Free' Market: The Genesis and Rise of Chicago Neoliberalism - Robert Van Horn and Edward Nik-Khah Chapter 9: Neoliberal Turn in the Discipline of Economics: Depoliticization Through Economization - Yahya M. Madra and Fikret Adaman Chapter 10: Embedding Neoliberalism: The Theoretical Practices of Hayek and Friedman - Joao Rodrigues Chapter 11: Neoliberalism: Rise, Decline and Future Prospects - John Quiggin Chapter 12: Gary Becker: Neoliberalism's Economic Imperialist - June Carbone Chapter 13: The Neoliberal Origins of the Third Way: How Chicago, Virginia and Bloomington Shaped Clinton and Blair - Daniel Stedman Jones Chapter 14: Contemporary Anglo-Saxon Neoliberalism is Not German Ordoliberalism - Brigitte Young Part 03: Variations and Diffusions Chapter 15: Foucault, Neoliberalism and Europe - Pierre Dardot and Christian Laval, Translated by Melinda Cooper Chapter 16: The Rise and Fall (and Rise Again?) of Neoliberalism in Latin America - Peter Kingstone Chapter 17: China and Neoliberalism: Moving Beyond the China is/is not Neoliberal Dichotomy - Isabella M. Weber Chapter 18: Neoliberalism in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union - Gareth Dale and Adam Fabry Chapter 19: Neoliberalisation of European Social Democracy: Transmissions and Dispositions - Magnus Ryner Chapter 20: Neoliberalism and Supra-National Institutions - Nitsan Chorev Part 04: The State Chapter 21: The Neoliberal State: Power Against 'Politics' - William Davies Chapter 22: Neoliberalism, Crime and Criminal Justice - Pat O'Malley Chapter 23: CO2 as Neoliberal Fetish: The Love of Crisis and the Depoliticized Immuno-Biopolitics of Climate Change Governance - Erik Swyngedouw Chapter 24: Neoliberalizing the Welfare State: Marketizing Social Policy/Disciplining Clients - Sanford F. Schram Chapter 25: Religious Neoliberalism - Jason Hackworth Chapter 26: Monetary Policy and Neoliberalism - Alfredo Saad-Filho Chapter 27: Neoliberalism and Workfare: Schumpeterian or Ricardian? - Bob Jessop Chapter 28: Progressive Politics Under Neoliberalism - David Coates Chapter 29: Neoliberalism and Republicanism: Economic Rule of Law and Law as Concrete Order (Nomos) - Miguel Vatter Chapter 30: Neoliberalism and Democracy: A Foucauldian Perspective on Public Choice Theory, Ordoliberalism, and the Concept of the Public Good - Mark Olssen Part 05: Social and Economic Restructuring Chapter 31: The Neoliberal Remaking of the Working Class - Kim Moody Chapter 32: Governing the System: Risk, Finance and Neoliberal Reason - Martijn Konings Chapter 33: Neoliberalism, Inequality, and Capital Accumulation - David M. Kotz Chapter 34: Corporate Power and Neoliberalism - Joshua Barkan Chapter 35: Disciplinary Neoliberalism, the Tyranny of Debt and the 1% - Tim Di Muzio Chapter 36: Neoliberalism's Gender Order - Lisa Adkins Chapter 37: Neoliberalism and the Urban - Margit Mayer Chapter 38: Austerity as Tragedy? From Neoliberal Governmentality to the Critique of Late Capitalist Control - Nicholas Kiersey Chapter 39: Neoliberalism and Global Health - Aaron Shakow, Robert Yates and Salmaan Keshavjee Part 06: Cultural Dimensions Chapter 40: Neoliberalism and Media - Sean Phelan Chapter 41: Neoliberalism and the University - Michael A. Peters and Petar Jandric Chapter 42: Neoliberalism, the Knowledge-Based Economy and the Entrepreneur as Metaphor - Tomas Marttila Chapter 43: The Emotional Logic of Neoliberalism: Reflexivity and Instrumentality in Three Theoretical Traditions - Sam Binkley Chapter 44: From Neoliberalizing Research to Researching Neoliberalism: STS, Rentiership and the Emergence of Commons 2.0 - Kean Birch, David Tyfield and Margaret Chiappetta Part 07: Neoliberalism and Beyond Chapter 45: Resistance to Neoliberalism Before and Since the Global Financial Crisis - Owen Worth Chapter 46: No More Room in Hell: Neoliberalism as Living Dead - Simon Springer Chapter 47: Neoliberalism and the Left: Before and After the Crisis - David J. Bailey Chapter 48: Neoliberalism, Development and Resilience - Julian Reid