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Law and Neoliberalism

@article{Grewal2015LawAN,
  title={Law and Neoliberalism},
  author={D. Grewal and J. Purdy},
  journal={Law and contemporary problems},
  year={2015},
  volume={77},
  pages={1-23}
}
"Neoliberalism" refers to the revival of the doctrines of classical economic liberalism, also called laissez-faire, in politics, ideas, and law. These revived doctrines have taken new form in new settings: the "neo-" means not just that they are back, but that they are also different, a new generation of arguments. What unites the two periods of economic liberalism is their political effect: the assertion and defense of particular market imperatives and unequal economic power against political… Expand
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