Readership: General readers, and students and academics in several areas including Political Science, Comparative Government, International Relations, Economics, and Comparative Political Economy.
Manfred B. Steger, Professor of Global Studies and Director, Globalis, Research Centre, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology: Senior Research Centre, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology: Senior Research Fellow,, and Ravi K. Roy, Lecturer of Global Studies, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia
"This book is a timely and relevant contribution to this urgent contemporary topic." - I. K. Gujral, Former Prime Minister of India
1: What's 'Neo' about Liberalism?
2: First-Wave Neoliberalism in the 1980s: Reaganomics and Thatcherism
3: Second-Wave Neoliberalism in the 1990s: Clinton's Market Globalism and Blair's Third Way
4: Neoliberalism and Asian Development
5: Neoliberalism in Latin America and Africa
6: Crises of Neoliberalism: The 2000s and Beyond