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Owen Worth

In: The SAGE Handbook of Neoliberalism

Chapter 45: Resistance to Neoliberalism Before and Since the Global Financial Crisis

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Resistance to Neoliberalism Before and Since the Global Financial Crisis
Resistance to Neoliberalism Before and Since the Global Financial Crisis
Owen Worth
Introduction

The end of the cold war saw a rush of pronouncements from dignitaries claiming that market capitalism had finally triumphed over its competitors. George Bush Senior was quick to demonstrate this when he announced the arrival of ‘New World Order', while academics such as Francis Fukuyama proclaimed the ‘end of history’ had arrived. Yet, this global Eldorado never materialised, even in a diluted manner. Instead, what we understand as the globalisation of the neoliberal model of capitalism has produced an environment of instability that has resulted in a whole new collection of dissent and types of resistance. Unlike previous ...

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