Freeports are a case study in technopopulism: a politics claiming to represent the people against elites by giving old neoliberal ideas a new gloss of paint. Alexandra Hall is an Associate Professor in the Department […]
In Finland, a new government represents how compatible neoliberal and far-right politics are. The Left must answer the challenge by opposing austerity in addition to racism. In Jacobin. Read the article HERE.
Neoliberalism is ultimately a systemic governance failure. Gwyn Bevan is Emeritus Professor of Policy Analysis in the Department of Management at LSE and author of ‘How did Britain come to this? A century of systemic […]
Over the past few decades, scientists have been making fewer and fewer innovative breakthroughs. The blame lies with academia’s increasingly competitive, metrics-driven model, which discourages creativity and risk-taking. In Jacobin. Read the article HERE.
The slogan Renovables sí, pero no así has become increasingly prominent in Spain in recent years as the reality of corporate renewable macro-projects kicks in. Cross-posted from the Green European Journal RURAL Spain, with its […]
Money was previously a side-affect of scientific inquiry, whereas in the neoliberal era it is its main purpose. Read the article HERE.
The design of electricity markets in Europe was inspired by Pinochet’s Chilean neoliberal dictatorship, which even put “marginal price” in the constitution. It’s time to bury the neoliberal experiment for good. This article was produced […]
In this interview on Jacobin, historian Gary Gerstle discusses his now book, ‘The Rise and Fall of the Neoliberal Order: America and the World in the Free Market Era’, with J. C. Pan. Read here.