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Nitsan Chorev

In: The SAGE Handbook of Neoliberalism

Chapter 20: Neoliberalism and Supra-National Institutions

Edited by: Damien Cahill, Melinda Cooper, Martijn Konings & David Primrose

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781526416001.n21

Subject: Western Political Thought

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Neoliberalism and Supra-National Institutions
Neoliberalism and Supra-National Institutions
Nitsan Chorev

The diffusion of neoliberal economic ideas, policies and organizational logic has been a remarkable demonstration of the various ties that connect countries to each other. By way of imposition, persuasion and, at times, without doing anything at all, countries that were first to embrace the neoliberal economic model – first and foremost, the United States – saw other countries adopting local versions of that model (Harvey, 2005; Simmons, Dobbin and Garrett, 2006; Evans and Sewell, 2013). This diffusion has been achieved, in part, by way of direct relationships between countries. Indeed, a growing literature on inter-state diffusion has described and analyzed the various ways by which policies in some countries are ...

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