Neo-Liberal

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Neo-Liberal

One who favors free trade, globalization, and openness to the free market. The term is used frequently in an international context, but it may also refer to the politics of a single country. Neo-liberals advocate floating exchange rates, the reduction or elimination of tariffs, privatization of nationalized companies, and similar practices. International organizations well-known for advocating neo-liberal policies include the International Monetary Fund and the World Trade Organization.
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Robinson claims that, starting in the 1990s, a "new elite" seeks to construct a neoliberal state whose goal is to re-insert Nicaragua into the global economy.
For all these reasons, we can say that the background and causes which are behind this systemic crisis of neoliberal capitalism are clearly treated in the work done by researcher Miguel Martinez.
O que entristece e ver que a globalizacao neoliberal trata a diversidade cultural em suas diferentes manifestacoes como uma variante no contexto geral da sociedade, ja que o foco a ser atingido e a uniformidade e a regulamentacao evitando assim, qualquer mudanca que esteja em desacordo com essa ideologia.
If this is so, however, it raises a second key question: why is this gap between vision and execution so rarely acknowledged within neoliberal discourse itself?
Gardner's main and captivating argument is that, in this context of new opportunities and risks, Loliondo Maasai leaders reimagined the village as a property-holding, authentic community, appropriating the neoliberal discourse of privatized property rights and decentralized natural resource governance.
As Stuart Hall pointed out in 'The neoliberal revolution' (see note 1), we have seen a number of different phases of neoliberalism in Britain since Thatcherism.
It describes "how the integration of decolonizing programming has shown to be effective but difficult to implement in a neoliberal policy environment.
Es en 1938 cuando se reunen en Paris muchos de quienes despues formaran parte del movimiento neoliberal para discutir la obra de Walter Lippman, The Good Society.
SLCE lives within the dominant neoliberal structure of American colleges and universities.
Under the assumption of perfect markets (which underlies most neoliberal economic analyses) free trade equalises the wages of unskilled workers around the world.
The neoliberal era, in which everything integrated in the logic of economy in a certain way, reminds us of a historical geography in which economics and culture, and politics and subjectivities meet at a grade crossing.