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Postneoliberalism

 

 Dear colleagues

We are happy to announce the publication of a special issue of the journal “Development Dialogue” (Day Hammarskjöld Foundation) on the highly actual topic on Postneoliberalism.

Find below the table of contents.

In order to get a copy (for free), please send your mailing address to: secretariat@dhf.uu.se

Best wishes,
Nicola Sekler and Ulrich Brand
 

 

Development Dialogue 51 (January 2009)

Preface

Henning Melber

Postneoliberalism : catch-all word or valuable analytical and political concept? – Aims of a beginning debate

Ulrich Brand and Nicola Sekler

 

Ways out of the crisis of neoliberalism

Michael Brie

 

Postneoliberalism and its bifurcations

Ana Esther Ceceña

 

Postneoliberalism and post-Fordism: Is there a new period of capitalist mode of production?

Alex Demirovic

 

Postneoliberalism from and as a counter-hegemonic perspective

Nicola Sekler

 

Postneoliberalism or postcapitalism? The failure of neoliberalism in the financial market crisis

Elmar Altvater

 

‘Neoliberalism’ and development policy: dogma or progress?

Kurt Bayer

 

Environmental crises and the ambiguous postneoliberalising of nature

Ulrich Brand

 

The crisis of neoliberalism and the impasse of the union movement

Gregory Albo

 

Women peasants, food security and biodiversity in the crisis of neoliberalism

Christa Wichterich

 

On recent projects and experiences of the sufficiency economy: a critique

Chanida Chanyapate and Alec Bamford

 

Struggles against Wal-Martisation and neoliberal competitiveness in (southern) China: Towards postneoliberalism as an alternative?

Ngai-Ling Sum

 

Postneoliberalism in Latin America

Emir Sader

 

Notes on postneoliberalism in Argentina

Verónica Gago and Diego Sztulwark

 

Realistic postneoliberalism: A view from South Africa

Patrick Bond

 

 

Univ. Prof. Dr. Ulrich Brand

Universität Wien

Institut für Politikwissenschaft

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A-1010 Wien

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