Neo-liberalism: Policy, Ideology, Governmentality

@article{Larner2000NeoliberalismPI,
  title={Neo-liberalism: Policy, Ideology, Governmentality},
  author={W. Larner},
  journal={Studies in Political Economy},
  year={2000},
  volume={63},
  pages={25 - 5}
}
  • W. Larner
  • Published 2000
  • Studies in Political Economy
  • Introduction The term ''neo-liberalism'' denotes new forms of political-economic governance premised on the extension of market relationships. In critical social science literatures, the term has usurped labels referring to specific political projects (Thatcherism, Regeanomics, Rogemomics), and is more widely used than its counterparts including, for example, economic rationalism, monetarism, neo-conservatism, managerialism and contractualism.' Indeed, Jane Jenson recently used "neo-liberal" as… CONTINUE READING