Will Davies responds to Nick Gane’s piece on the ‘Emergence of Neoliberalism’

The neoliberalism debate is continuing on the Theory, Culture & Society open site (with more to follow soon). In this piece Will Davies responds to Nick Gane’s recent TCS article ‘The Emergence of Neoliberalism’. It’s an excellent piece that further opens up historical perspectives on neoliberalism. The piece continues the debate about the use of Foucault’s work and also questions the dominant and influential voices in the neoliberal movement. The post links to the recent TCS articles on the topic. This is a debate that we hope to continue on the TCS site over the coming weeks.

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2 Responses to Will Davies responds to Nick Gane’s piece on the ‘Emergence of Neoliberalism’

  1. samkinsley says:

    Clive Barnett wrote a fantastic piece on his blog a while ago that seems very pertinent to this debate:
    http://clivebarnett.wordpress.com/2011/11/15/is-governmentality-a-dirty-word/

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