ps1477 - 1.27.2011(3:10:07) A.TheNeoliberalEconomicProject

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1.27.2011 (3:10:07) A.  The Neoliberal Economic Project o When  1980s o Why Rise of Regan and Thatcher and the Washington of Consensus  The end of the cold war (1989) The rise of political leadership that is sympathetic to  neoliberalism as an ideology in the developing world IMF and SAPS Third World leaders adopted neoliberalism ideologies For others they were forces by the SAPs that the IMF  implemented 3 rd  world countries had to change their economies to allgin  with neoliberalism 2.  What exactly is the explanation? o a. Key assumption Liberal Belied in economics Limited role in the state in the economy The market must dictate production Staunch advocate of economic freedom Limited government regulation Regulations regarding wealth, finance, production, price,  safety   Free trade elimination of tariffs quotas and NTBs tariff is tax on import quota: numerical limitation
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NTB: Non tariff barriers o Subsidies in industry o Quality regulations Liberalized trade o Logic of the argument 3.  How does this work? o
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ps1477 - 1.27.2011(3:10:07) A.TheNeoliberalEconomicProject

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