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Neoliberal Hegemony

Neoliberal Hegemony

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Edited byDieter Plehwe, Bernhard Walpen and Gisela Neunhöffer
Neoliberal Hegemony
A Global Critique
ROUTLEDGE/RIPE
STUDIES IN GLOBAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
 
Neoliberalism is fast becoming the dominant ideology of our age, yet politicians,businessmen and academics rarely identify themselves with it, and even politicalforces critical of it continue to carry out neoliberal policies around the globe.How can we make sense of this paradox? Who actually are ‘the neoliberals’?This book provides a comprehensive account of the creation and reproduc-tion of the current neoliberal hegemony; focusing on both the strategies for andopposition to the production and distribution of neoliberal ideas in a diverserange of contexts. The authors survey the global network of think tanks, policyinstitutes, corporate planning groups, intellectuals, political and corporate leaderswhich have underpinned the ideological and political dominance of neoliberalism,and consequently, neoliberal forms of globalization. This volume also analysesthe following:
Specific neoliberal projects, regional contexts and structures of knowledge.
The effects of neoliberalism on international institutions – from the WorldBank to the UN.
The growing corporate and political connections.
The impact of neoliberalism on popular culture, education and other ideol-ogies.
The various forms of opposition to neoliberalism.Broadening our collective understanding of neoliberalism, this book will be of great interest to students and scholars of international political economy andglobalization.
Dieter Plehwe
is Research Fellow at the Social Science Research CenterBerlin Department ‘‘Internationalization and Organization’’, Germany.
Bernhard Walpen
is Social Scientist and Economist at the Research Depart-ment of the Bethlehem Mission Immensee at the RomeroHaus, Luzern.
Gisela Neunho ¨ ffer
is a coordinator for trade union networks in transnationalcompanies in Eastern and Southeastern Europe for the International Union of Food and Allied Workers, Moscow.
Neoliberal Hegemony
 
RIPE series in global political economy
Series Editors:Louise Amoore University of Newcastle, UKRandall Germain Carleton University, CanadaRorden Wilkinson University of Manchester, UKand Wellesley College, USAFormerly edited by Otto Holman ( 
University of Amsterdam
 ),Marianne Marchand
Universidad de las Am´ ricas-Puebla 
 ), Henk Overbeek
Free University, Amsterdam
 ) and Marianne Franklin
University of Amsterdam
 )The RIPE series editorial board are:Mathias Albert Bielefeld University, GermanyMark Beeson University of Queensland, Australia A. Claire Cutler University of Victoria, CanadaMarianne Franklin University of Amsterdam, the NetherlandsStephen Gill York University, Canada Jeffrey Hart Indiana University, USAEric Helleiner Trent University, CanadaOtto Holman University of Amsterdam, the NetherlandsMarianne H. Marchand Universidad de las Ame´ricas-Puebla, MexicoCraig N. Murphy Wellesley College, USARobert OBrien McMaster University, CanadaHenk Overbeek Vrije Universiteit, the Netherlands Anthony Payne University of Sheffield, UKSpike Peterson University of Arizona, USAThis series, published in association with the
Review of International Political Econ-omy
, provides a forum for current debates in international political economy.The series aims to cover all the central topics in IPE and to present innovativeanalyses of emerging topics. The titles in the series seek to transcend a state-centred discourse and focus on three broad themes:
the nature of the forces driving globalisation forward
resistance to globalisation
the transformation of the world order.The series comprises two strands:The
RIPE Series in Global Political Economy
aims to address the needs of studentsand teachers, and the titles will be published in hardback and paperback. Titlesinclude:

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