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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 … Continue reading

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Neoliberalism and the ethos of competition

The new Theory, Culture & Society open site, which I’ve posted a little bit about before, has a discussion between Nick Gane and Will Davies on the topic of ‘Neoliberalism and the ethos of competition’. It’s a really detailed discussion between two … Continue reading

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The emergence of neoliberalism

Nick Gane, who has been working on a project on the history of neoliberalism, has a written a great piece on ‘The Emergence of Neoliberalism: Thinking Through and Beyond Michel Foucault’s Lectures on Biopolitics‘. It has just been published on … Continue reading

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An event on Neoliberalism, Crisis and World Systems

My colleague Nick Gane has been organising an event on Neoliberalism, Crisis and World Systems as a part of his current British Academy Fellowship. The details of the event are now available here. He’s managed to attract a great list … Continue reading

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Nick Gane on ‘The governmentalities of neoliberalism’

My colleague and collaborator Nick Gane has just had a great article published in the Sociological Review. It’s called ‘The governmentalities of neoliberalism: panopticism, post-panopticism and beyond‘. Really interesting stuff. Here is the abstract: This paper draws on the writings … Continue reading

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Two very different books on capitalism

A couple of weeks ago I read through Nick Gane’s new book on Max Weber and Contemporary Capitalism. Here’s some information about the book. It’s a really impressive exploration of how Max Weber’s writings might be used to analyse contemporary … Continue reading

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A new book on Max Weber and Contemporary capitalism

My colleague Nick Gane has just had his new book Max Weber and Contemporary Capitalism published by Palgrave McMillan. I read the first two chapters yesterday and the were brilliant. I’m going to work through the rest. It really takes … Continue reading

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