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Ruling ideas : how global neoliberalism goes local

Author: Cornel Ban
Publisher: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2016.
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Why do some countries govern by moderate neoliberalism while others by a radical version? Looking at Spain and Romania, Ruling Ideas points to the role of local intellectual traditions, the strength  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Cornel Ban
ISBN: 9780190600389 0190600381 9780190600396 019060039X
OCLC Number: 1075581396
Target Audience: Pregrado
Description: x, 301 páginas ; 23 cm.
Contents: TABLE OF CONTENTSAbstract List of graphs List of author interviewsPART I: VARIETIES OF NEOLIBERALISM 1. The Ruling Power of Neoliberal Ideas What do we talk about when we talk about neoliberalism?Historically contingence intellectually hybridity Real-existing local neoliberalism: Embeddeded or disembedded? The political economy of neoliberalism in translation From diffusion to translation: the state of the art Tools from the Past Transnational socialization and resources Institutional cohesion Weapons of coercion Case selection Data and MethodologyOrganization of the book2. Spain's embedded neoliberalism IntroductionThe Socialist Road to Embedded Neoliberalism (1982-1996) Gaps in Existing ExplanationsThe Revolving Doors Translating Neoliberalism in Madrid Crafting Institutional Cohesion Containing Labor: Seduce and Abandon Embedded neoliberalism and European Monetary Integration "That load of irrationality": Joining the European Monetary System Moving Embedded Neoliberalism to the Right (1996-2004) Moving Embedded Neoliberalism to the Left (2004-2008) The Euro road to Lehman Conclusions 3. Romania's disembedded neoliberalism Late, but radical Late, but radical The limits of conventional explanations Neoliberalism and the postcommunist transition The neo-developmentalist interregnum Liberal neo-developmentalism (1990-1992) Populist neo-developmentalism (1992-1996) Crafting disembedded neoliberalism The translators of neoliberalism Beyond the Washington Consensus Neoliberal transition economics in power Dodging embedded neoliberalism Translating the Brussels Consensus The ebb and flow of institutional cohesion Radicalizing disembedded neoliberalism(2004-2008) Conclusions PART II: THE WEIGHT OF THE PAST 4. The Deep Roots of Spanish Neoliberalism Introduction From autarchy to liberalization The rise and fall of Spain's developmentalism Mandarin Economists and the State The seeds of neoliberalism Neoliberalism, German-style Ordoliberalism and the Dilution of Spanish neo-Keynesianism Conclusions 5.The Shallow Roots of Romanian Neoliberalism Introduction A Barren Land for Economic Liberalism Economists and the State under National-Stalinism Detente and Professional Transnationalization The Limits of Repression and Resistance From National-Stalinism to neo-Developmentalism Conclusions PART III: NEOLIBERALISM ACROSS BORDERS 6. Spain: Intensive Transnational Socialization The Anglo-German Origins of Spanish Neoliberalism Geopolitics and Anglo Pedigree International Organizations and Diffusion Domestic Debates and International Classics Moderating neoliberalism with German ideas German Interests and Southern Socialism Ordnungspolitik with Vitalpolitik Conclusions 7. Romania: Recurrent Coercion and Fast-Track Socialization Ruling by Force and by Force of Thought Neoliberalism by force Trimming neo-Developmentalism (1990-1996) Locking-in neoliberalism (1996-2006) Neoliberalism by force of thought The power of international status hierarchies The Chicago Boys did not go to Bucharest Chicago on a budget From civil society to capital Democratization, civil society and the localization of neoliberal thinking "Russian doll" neoliberalism The Austrian School's revolving doors Conclusions PART IV: NEOLIBERALISM'S RESILIENCE SINCE THE GREAT RECESSION 8. Recalibrating Embedded Neoliberalism in Spain Introduction Gaps in conventional explanations The Recalibration of Neoliberalism The institutions and ideas of Spain's recalibrated neoliberalism The resilience of institutional centralization A moderate Keynesian revival Defeating the orthodox resistance The Retrenchment of European Embedded Neoliberalism Austere times in Brussels Austere times in FrankfurtStructural reforms for the end of fiscal policy How to kill a Stimulus: Coercion and Collateral Damage Caja blues Paying for the financializing the state The end of Spain's Keynesian revival The Retrenchment of Spain's Embedded Neoliberalism (2010-2011) Lines in the sand Governing by correspondence The End of Embedded Neoliberalism (2011-)? "Prussia of the South" Whither Embedded Neoliberalism? Conclusions 9. The Resilience of Disembedded Neoliberalism in Romania Radicalizing neoliberalism Resilience through international coercion The power of coercion The limits of coercion Resilience through competition The power of multinational capital The limits of multinational capital Radicals for neoliberalism Manning the Ramparts Monetary Policy as Pulp Orthodoxy Fiscal Amputation Ordnungspolitik without Vitalpolitik De-Europeanizing redistribution Moderating neoliberalism? The limits of radicalization From anti-austerity to "high quality fiscal consolidation" Whither Disembedded Neoliberalism? Conclusions 10. Conclusions Localization and resilience Neoliberalism in translation Embedded Neoliberalism Disembedded neoliberalism The Weight of the Past Translation and Transnational Socialization Neoliberalism in Power Institutional Cohesion The Power of Coercion Bibliography
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