Question : What is ‘neoliberalism’? How does it affect contemporary public policy and is its influence desirable or undesirable? Address the issues in a particular
area of policy making of your choice.
Please provide me where information/idea is being drawn from (Sources/author, year, page, and paragraph)
Note for reading : I only send 8 file attachment from all list below.
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Harvey, D. 2009. A Brief History of Neoliberalism, Oxford University Press, Chpt 3, ‘The Neoliberal State’, extract pp. 64-81.
Neoliberalism in general
Bozeman, B., 2007, Public Values and Public Interest: Counterbalancing Economic Individualism, Georgetown University Press, Washington DC.
Bozeman, B. 2002. ‘Public-Value Failure: When Efficient Markets May Not Do’, Public Administration Review, 62, 2, pp. 145-61.
Cerny, P.G., 2004, ‘Mapping Varieties of Neoliberalism’, Paper prepared for presentation at the annual convention of the International Studies Association, Montreal, Québec, 17‐20 March. Available at: <http://citation.allacademic.com//meta/p_mla_apa_research_citation/0/7/2/2/1/pages72214/p72214-1.php>
Gamble, A, 2006, ‘Two Faces of Neo-liberalism’ in Robison, R (ed.), The Neo-Liberal Revolution: Forging the Market State, Palgrave Macmillan, New York.
Hartwich, O.M, 2009, ‘Neoliberalism: The Genesis of a Political Swearword’, Centre for Independent Studies (CIS) Occasional Paper No. 14. Available at: <http://www.cis.org.au/temp/OP114_neoliberalism.pdf>
Dean, M. (2012) ‘Rethinking neoliberalism’, Journal of Sociology, April, 1-14. <http://jos.sagepub.com/content/early/2012/04/19/1440783312442256.full.pdf+html>.
George, S, 2000, ‘A Short History of Neoliberalism’, in Bello, W, Hullard, N and Malhotra, K (eds.) Global Finance: New Thinking on Regulating Speculative Capital Markets, Zed Books, New York.
Harvey, D, 2006, ‘Neo-Liberalism as Creative Destruction’, Geografiska Annaler, Vol. 88, No. 2, pp. 145-158.
Hay, C, 2001, ‘The “Crisis” of Keynesianism and the Rise of Neoliberalism in Britain: An Ideational Institutionalist Approach’ in Campbell, J.L and Pedersen, O.K (eds.), The Rise of Neoliberalism and Institutional Analysis, Princeton University Press, New Jersey.
Hay, C, 2004, ‘The Normalizing Role of Rationalist Assumptions in the Institutional Embedding of Neoliberalism’, Economy and Society, Vol. 33. No. 4, pp. 500-527.
Barry, A., Osborne, T. and Rose, N. (1996) ‘Introduction’ in Barry, A., Osborne, T. and Rose, N (eds.), Foucault and Political Reason: Liberalism, Neo-liberalism and Rationalities of Government, University of Chicago Press.
Duménil, G and Lévy, D, 2004, Capital Resurgent: Roots of the Neoliberal Revolution, Harvard University press, Cambridge.
Olssen, M. 2009, Liberalism, Neoliberalism, Social Democracy: Thin Communitarian Perspectives on Political Philosophy and Education, Routledge, New York.
Peck, J and Tickell, A, 2003, ‘Making Global Rules: Globalization or Neoliberalization?’ in Peck, J and Yeung, H (eds.), Remaking the Global Economy: Economic-Geographical Perspectives, Sage, London, pp. 163-181.
Peck, J and Tickell, A, 2002, ‘Neoliberalizing Space’, Antipode, Vol. 34, No. 3, pp. 380-404.
Fullbrook, E, 2006, ‘Economics and Neoliberalism’ in Hassan, G (ed.) After Blair: Politics after the New Labour Decade, Lawrence and Wishart, London.
Cahill, D. (2010) ‘Actually existing neoliberalism’ and the global financial crisis’, Labour and Industry, 20 (3), 298-316.