THE HANDBOOK OF NEOLIBERALISM

Simon Springer (University of Victoria, Canadá), Kean Birch (York University, Canadá) y Julie MacLeavy (Universitry of Bristol, Reino Unido) – Editores

Abingdon, Reino Unido. ROUTLEDGE. ISBN: 9781138844001. 652 págs. Junio de 2016. Encuadernado.

PVP EUR 241,00 (4% IVA incluido)

En las últimos dos décadas, hay un concepto en la economía y la política que está emergiendo con una fuerza importante, para bien y para mal, el Neoliberalismo. Cada vez más académicos están escribiendo sobre el proceso y la dinámica detrás de una transformación socio-espacial de grandes dimensiones. Hasta ahora, salvo error por nuestra parte, creemos que no se ha publicado ningún volumen completo con toda la información necesaria sobre este fenómeno.

En 53 ensayos, los editores han seleccionado a académicos de variadas nacionalidades e ideologías para examinar de diferentes formas cómo se ha teorizado, promovido, criticado y puesto en práctica un tipo de economía y sociedad que busca un tipo de estado nada intervencionista, una ideología hegemónica, una forma de hacer economía y de gobernar que, guste o no, está marcando la sociedad en la que vivimos, bien sea por ir a favor o por ir en contra de este nuevo ideal.

 

Extracto del índice:

-          List of Figures

-          Acknowledgements

-          List of Contributors

-          Introduction: An Introduction to Neoliberalism

-          Simon Springer, Kean Birch, Julie MacLeavy

-          Part 1 – Origins

-          Chapter 1: Historicising the Neoliberal Spirit of Capitalism

-          Matthew Eagleton-Pierce

-          Chapter 2: The Ascendency of Chicago Neoliberalism

-          Edward Nik-Khah and Robert Van Horn

-          Chapter 3: Neoliberalism and the Transnational Capitalist Class

-          William K. Carroll and J.P. Sapinski

-          Chapter 4: Theorising Neoliberalization

-          Kim England and Kevin Ward

-          Chapter 5: Neoliberal Hegemony

-          Dieter Plehwe

-          Chapter 6: Governmentality at Work in Shaping a Critical Geographical Politics

-          Nick Lewis

-          Chapter 7: Neoliberalism in Question

-          Phillip O’Neill and Sally Weller

-          Chapter 8: Neoliberalism, Accomplished and Ongoing

-          Stephanie L. Mudge

-          Part 2 – Political Implications

-          Chapter 9: Neoliberalism and Authoritarianism

-          Ian Bruff

-          Chapter 10: Neoliberalism and Citizenship

-          Katharyne Mitchell

-          Chapter 11: Development and Neoliberalism

-          Doug Hill, Nave Wald, and Tess Guiney

-          Chapter 12: Neoliberalism and the End of Democracy

-          Jason Hickel

-          Chapter 13: The Violence of Neoliberalism

-          Simon Springer

-          Chapter 14: Neoliberalism and the Biopolitical Imagination

-          Nicholas Kiersey

-          Chapter 15: Neoliberalism, Surveillance and Media Convergence

-          Julie Cupples and Kevin Glynn

-          Chapter 16: Resilience: A Right-Winger’s Ploy?

-          Vlad Mykhnenko

-          Part 3 – Social Tensions

-          Chapter 17: Race and Neoliberalism

-          David J. Roberts

-          Chapter 18: Gender and Neoliberalism: Young Women as Ideal Neoliberal Subjects

-          Christina Scharff

-          Chapter 19: Neoliberalizing Sex, Normativizing Love

-          Sealing Cheng

-          Chapter 20: Health and the Embodiment of Neoliberalism: Pathologies of Political-Economy from Climate Change and Austerity to Personal Responsibility

-          Matthew Sparke

-          Chapter 21: Neoliberalism and Welfare: The Deepening of a Market-Based Approach to Social Policy in the Age of Austerity

-          Julie MacLeavy

-          Chapter 22

-          Neoliberalism, labour and trade unionism

-          Ben Jackson

-          Chapter 23: The Commons Against Neoliberalism, the Commons of Neoliberalism, the Commons Beyond Neoliberalism

-          Max Haiven

-          Chapter 24: Retooling Social Reproduction for Neoliberal Times: The Example of the Social Economy

-          Peter Graefe

-          Part 4 – Knowledge Productions

-          Chapter 25: Education, Neoliberalism, and Human Capital: Homo Economicus as “Entrepreneur of Himself”

-          Michael A. Peters

-          Chapter 26:Pedagogies of Neoliberalism

-          Sheila L. Macrine

-          Chapter 27: Financial Economics and Business Schools: Legitimating Corporate Monopoly, Reproducing Neoliberalism?

-          Kean Birch

-          Chapter 28: Neoliberalism Everywhere: Mobile Neoliberal Policy

-          Russell Prince

-          Chapter 29: Science, Innovation and Neoliberalism

-          David Tyfield

-          Chapter 30: Performing Neoliberalism: Practices, Power and Subject Formation

-          Michael R. Glass

-          Chapter 31: Neoliberalism as Austerity: The Theory, Practice, and Purpose of Fiscal Restraint Since the 1970s

-          Heather Whiteside

-          Chapter 32: The Housing Crisis in Neoliberal Britain: Free Market Think Tanks and the Production of Ignorance

-          Tom Slater

-          Part 5 – Spaces

-          Chapter 33: Urban Neoliberalism: Rolling with the Changes in a Globalizing World

-          Roger Keil

-          Chapter 34: Neoliberalism and Rural Change: Land and Capital Concentration, and the Precariousness of Labour

-          Cristóbal Kay

-          Chapter 35: The Heartlands of Neoliberalism and the Rise of the Austerity State

-          Bob Jessop

-          Chapter 36: Peripheries of Neoliberalism: Impacts, Resistance and Retroliberalism as Reincarnation

-          Warwick E. Murray and John Overton

-          Chapter 37: Neoliberal Geopolitics

-          Susan M. Roberts

-          Chapter 38: In the Spirit of Whiteness: Neoliberal Re-regulation, and the Simultaneous Opening and Hardening of National Territorial Boundaries

-          Joseph Nevins

-          Chapter 39: Housing and Home: Objects and Technologies of Neoliberal Governmentalities

-          Rae Dufty-Jones

-          Part 6 – Natures and Environments

-          Chapter 40: Re-Regulating Socioecologies Under Neoliberalism

-          Rosemary-Claire Collard, Jessica Dempsey, and James Rowe

-          Chapter 41: Neoliberalism’s Climate

-          Larry Lohmann

-          Chapter 42: Neoliberal Energies: Crisis, Governance and Hegemony

-          Matthew Huber

-          Chapter 43: Neoliberalizing Water

-          Alex Loftus and Jessica Budds

-          Chapter 44: The Neoliberalization of Agriculture: Regimes, Resistance, and Resilience

-          Jamey Essex

-          Chapter 45: Making Bodily Commodities: Transformations of Property, Object and Labour in the Neoliberal Bioeconomy

-          Maria Fannin

-          Chapter 46: Rethinking the Extractive/Productive Binary Under Neoliberalism

-          Sonja Killoran-McKibbin and Anna Zalik

-          Part 7 – Aftermaths

-          Chapter 47: The Crisis of Neoliberalism

-          Gérard Duménil and Dominique Lévy

-          Chapter 48: Regulated Deregulation

-          Manuel B. Aalbers

-          Chapter 49: Neoliberalism Version 3+

-          James D. Sidaway and Reijer P Hendrikse

-          Chapter 50: Postneoliberalism

-          Ulrich Brand

-          Chapter 51: Neoliberal Gothic

-          Japhy Wilson

-          Chapter 52: Everyday Contestations to Neoliberalism: Valuing and Harnessing Alternative Work Practices in a Neoliberal Society

-          Richard J. White and Colin C. Williams

-          Chapter 53:Our New Arms

-          Mark Purcell

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