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POLARIZING DEVELOPMENT: ALTERNATIVES TO NEOLIBERALISM AND THE CRISIS

A new book by Thomas Marois and Lucia Pradella and Book Launch

Dear all,

I am pleased to let you know that Polarizing Development: Alternatives to Neoliberalism and the Crisis, edited by Thomas Marois and myself, is out! This collection of essays elaborates worldwide strategies for moving beyond neoliberalism and the crisis. Contributions range from Latin America to Asia, Africa to the Middle East and Europe to the US.
On Tuesday, 9 December, there will be the book launch in the SOAS Department of Development Studies, University of London (Russell Square Campus, G3, 5-7pm). Books will be sold at discount prize (£15) and there will be a small refreshment to celebrate.

You can find further information on this book at this page: http://www.plutobooks.com/display.asp?K=9780745334691&st1=Polarizing%2BDevelopment&sf1=kword_index%2Cpublisher&sort=sort_pluto&m=1&dc=2

If you are interested in reviewing this book please get in touch with Alison Alexanian at Pluto Press to receive a free review copy(alisona@plutobooks.com)

All the best,

Lucia Pradella

 

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