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International Initiative for the Promotion of Political Economy (IIPPE)


IIPPE Neoliberalism Working Group

Call for Papers for 4th IIPPE Conference, 9-11 July 2013 (ISS, The Hague)

Alfredo Saad Filho (SOAS, University of London, UK)

Kean Birch (YorkUniversity, Toronto, Canada)


The theme of the 4th IIPPE Conference is “Political Economy, Activism and Alterative Economic

Strategies” (see Neoliberalism occupies a central position within this field, and the IIPPE Neoliberalism Working Group will be organising a stream of papers for presentation at the Conference.


Submissions are invited on and around the following areas:

• Neoliberal economic policies and policy alternatives.

• Global neoliberalism, international relations and policy alternatives.

• Social structures, social change, and modalities of political representation under neoliberalism.

• Neoliberalism, activism, social mobilisation and resistance.

• Transcending neoliberalism.


Submissions on other aspects of neoliberalism will also be considered.

Abstracts (500 words maximum) should be submitted, with “abstract submitted iippe2013” in the subject line, to and to both Alfredo Saad Filho ( and Kean Birch (  by 10 February 2013.



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