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Lecture 5_Neoliberalism and world order

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Lecture 5 Neoliberalism and world order
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Lecture outline The global background of the rise of  neoliberalism What is neoliberalism? Economic, political  and social implications The rise of the neoliberal state Neoliberalism in Asia: graduated  sovereignty and zoning technologies.
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The global background The aftermath of WWII and the adoption of  Keynesian economics. Mixed economy Strong role for the state The rise of social democracy
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Embedded liberalism  Embedded liberalism – the social and  political conditions of the post-WWII  international economic order. The rise of international economic institutions States’ autonomy in monitoring national  economies.
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The rise of neoliberalism. Neoliberal experiments  The global economic crisis of 1960s- 1970s. The first neoliberal experiment: Chile  under Pinochet’s military dictatorship.
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