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Neoliberalism

Neoliberalism: New Directions Workshop

Our workshop on Neoliberalism: New Directions took place on Wednesday 11th January 2017 at the University of Exeter. It brought together academics from Exeter, Oxford, Kings and UCL.

WORKSHOP PROGRAMME

Welcome drinks

Introduction
James Mark (Exeter) & Ljubica Spaskovska (Exeter)

Historiography and Neoliberalism
Richard Toye (Exeter)

Neoliberalism and Ideology
Ben Jackson (Oxford)

Lunch – Woodbridge Dining Room, Reed Hall

Neoliberalism and Social Policy
Bernhard Rieger (University College London)

Anglo-American Neoliberalism and Neoliberal Subjectivities
Christina Scharff (King’s College London)

Refreshments

Neoliberalism in the Global Semi-Periphery
Tobias Rupprecht (Exeter)

Neoliberalism and the Periphery
David Priestland (Oxford)

Closing discussion: ‘New Directions’; Writing a Network Grant

Workshop closes

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