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Quo vadis neoliberalism? The remaking of global capitalist governance after the Washington Consensus

01 Mar 2010-Geoforum (Pergamon)-Vol. 41, Iss: 2, pp 185-194
TL;DR: The post-Washington consensus, through which neoliberal global capitalist governance gained hegemony over the third world, entered a crisis in the late 1990s, triggered by the 1997 Asian financial crisis, and by contestations of neoliberal governance from global civil society as mentioned in this paper.
About: This article is published in Geoforum.The article was published on 2010-03-01. It has received 140 citations till now. The article focuses on the topics: Global governance & Washington Consensus.
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TL;DR: Hardt and Negri as discussed by the authors present a history of war and democracy in the age of empire, with a focus on the role of women and women in the process of war.
Abstract: Multitude: War and Democracy in the Age of Empire. Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri. 2004. New York. Penguin Books. 448 pages. ISBN: 0143035592 (paper).

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TL;DR: In the special issue on mobilizing policy as mentioned in this paper, the authors contrast traditional approaches to policy transfer with an emerging body of work in the interdisciplinary field of critical policy studies, where the governing metaphors are those of mobility and mutation (rather than transfer, transit, and transaction).

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TL;DR: In this article, the authors provide a theoretical and political critique of how the concept of resilience has been applied to places, based on three main points: First, the ecological concept of resilient...
Abstract: This paper provides a theoretical and political critique of how the concept of resilience has been applied to places. It is based upon three main points. First, the ecological concept of resilience...

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Cites background from "Quo vadis neoliberalism? The remaki..."

  • ...This provides a crucial supplement to neoliberal discourses (see Joseph, 2002), serving to fill an underlying void created by the privileging of market rationalities over social needs (Derrida, 1976; Sheppard and Leitner, 2010)....

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TL;DR: The academic literature on urban policy and planning which explicitly links to Neo-liberalism is huge as mentioned in this paper, with an emphasis on journals of urban planning, urban geography, and urban studies.

378 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, a general theory of the rate of interest was proposed, and the subjective and objective factors of the propensity to consume and the multiplier were considered, as well as the psychological and business incentives to invest.
Abstract: Part I. Introduction: 1. The general theory 2. The postulates of the classical economics 3. The principle of effective demand Part II. Definitions and Ideas: 4. The choice of units 5. Expectation as determining output and employment 6. The definition of income, saving and investment 7. The meaning of saving and investment further considered Part III. The Propensity to Consume: 8. The propensity to consume - i. The objective factors 9. The propensity to consume - ii. The subjective factors 10. The marginal propensity to consume and the multiplier Part IV. The Inducement to Invest: 11. The marginal efficiency of capital 12. The state of long-term expectation 13. The general theory of the rate of interest 14. The classical theory of the rate of interest 15. The psychological and business incentives to liquidity 16. Sundry observations on the nature of capital 17. The essential properties of interest and money 18. The general theory of employment re-stated Part V. Money-wages and Prices: 19. Changes in money-wages 20. The employment function 21. The theory of prices Part VI. Short Notes Suggested by the General Theory: 22. Notes on the trade cycle 23. Notes on mercantilism, the usury laws, stamped money and theories of under-consumption 24. Concluding notes on the social philosophy towards which the general theory might lead.

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TL;DR: The Neoliberal State and Neoliberalism with 'Chinese Characteristics' as mentioned in this paper is an example of the Neoliberal state in the context of Chinese characteristics of Chinese people and its relationship with Chinese culture.
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TL;DR: In this paper, the key to the institutional system of the 19 century lay in the laws governing market economy, which was the fount and matrix of the system was the self-regulating market, and it was this innovation which gave rise to a specific civilization.
Abstract: But the fount and matrix of the system was the self-regulating market. It was this innovation which gave rise to a specific civilization. The gold standard was merely an attempt to extend the domestic market system to the international field; the balance of power system was a superstructure erected upon and, partly, worked through the gold standard; the liberal state was itself a creation of the self-regulating market. The key to the institutional system of the 19 century lay in the laws governing market economy. (p. 3).

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"Quo vadis neoliberalism? The remaki..." refers background in this paper

  • ...…within nationstates of North Atlantic capitalism, dating back to the 18th century, between those propagating free markets and those seeking to protect society through ‘‘powerful institutions designed to check the action of the market relative to labor, land and money” (Polanyi, 2001 [1944], p. 79)....

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"Quo vadis neoliberalism? The remaki..." refers background in this paper

  • ...Given the attention devoted to analyzing globalization since 1980 as approximating Hayekian neoliberalism (e.g., Brenner, 2004; Brenner and Theodore, 2002; Harvey, 2006), it is important to interrogate whether the post-Washington consensus represents a significant departure from this model, at least for the third world, or simply a variation on it....

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  • ...While acknowledging that neoliberalism travelled to the US and the UK via Chile, the bulk of scholarship has focused on what happened thereafter (cf. Harvey, 2006; Peck and Tickell, 2002)....

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  • ...…attention devoted to analyzing globalization since 1980 as approximating Hayekian neoliberalism (e.g., Brenner, 2004; Brenner and Theodore, 2002; Harvey, 2006), it is important to interrogate whether the post-Washington consensus represents a significant departure from this model, at least for…...

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