A World of Passions: How to Think about Globalization Now

  title={A World of Passions: How to Think about Globalization Now},
  author={J. Purdy},
  journal={Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies},
  pages={1 - 49}
  • J. Purdy
  • Published 2004
  • Political Science
  • Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies
Recent events have been unkind to a doctrine that defined global economics and politics during the 1990s. That doctrine, often termed “neo-liberalism” or “the Washington Consensus,” was defined by the belief that free markets and international economic integration would lead the world toward prosperity, liberal democracy, and peace. The failure of neo-liberal development policies in countries such as Indonesia and Argentina, and the new prominence of elite and popular nationalism and… Expand
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