The SAGE Handbook of Neoliberalism

Editor/Author Cahil,l Damien
Publication Year: 2018
Publisher: Sage UK

Single-User Purchase Price: $175.00
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ISBN: 978-1-41-296172-1
Category: Social Sciences - Political science
Image Count: 22
Book Status: Available
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Over the last two decades, 'neoliberalism' has emerged as a key concept within a range of social science disciplines including sociology, political science, human geography, anthropology, political economy, and cultural studies. The SAGE Handbook of Neoliberalism showcases the cutting edge of contemporary scholarship in this field by bringing together a team of global experts.

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Table of Contents

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