Post–Washington Consensus

The post–Washington Consensus (PWC) is a term used to define a shift away from a more starkly neoliberal policy agenda, encapsulated in popular understandings of the Washington, DC consensus. The key distinctions of the PWC are the following:

  • An interest in institutions. ...
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