On what comes after neo-liberalism.
After 40 years of neo-liberalism, governments are inching their way to some new settlement, under the pressure of repeated crises, as well as populist upsurges. In this episode we try to take a political, not academic, approach to the question. This is not about categorising and labelling, but about understanding what the stakes are in saying a new arrangement is emerging, and grasping how it informs political practice.
What are the main “post-neoliberal” arrangements being pushed by different sides of the spectrum? What do they say about the interests of their constituencies? If successful, what sort of political playing field will they present the masses? Will it be a world of greater or fewer opportunities for emancipatory politics?
TCS Special Issue: ‘Post-Neoliberalism?’, Various, Theory Culture & Society
End of the Neoliberal Era?, David Kotz, NLR
The new rules for business in a post-neoliberal world, Rana Forfoohar, FT
What’s beyond “beyond neoliberalism”?, Amy Kapczynski, LPE Project
Reading the post-neoliberal right, Amy Kapczynski, LPE Project