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Political Economies of Neoliberalism

 

Friday, February 10, 2017, 10:00am - 07:30pm

Much of the scholarship on the political economy of global neoliberalism characterizes it as the decisive victory of Western capitalism over both Soviet socialism and the Global South in the late twentieth century. While not denying the coercive power of neoliberal economic imperatives, we are interested in a more complicated and longer history of the ways that neoliberal economic transformations shaped global and local political economies and political and economic ideas. Our panelists and participants will explore how the classical and neoclassical economic theory both molded and responded to global political and economic changes and also how the creation of new regimes of both labor and wages reshaped both local and global political economies.

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Center for Cultural Analysis, Room 6051
Academic Building, 15 Seminary Place
New Brunswick, NJ, 08901

 
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