Macdonald, Laura

Post-Neoliberalism in the Americas

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Table of contents

1. Post-Neoliberalism in the Americas: An Introduction
Laura Macdonald, Arne Ruckert

Section I. Theoretical and Conceptual Issues

2. The Contradictions and Transformations of Neoliberalism in Latin America: From Structural Adjustment to “Empowering the Poor”
Marcus Taylor

3. Post-Neoliberalism and the New Left in the Americas: The Pathways of Economic and Trade Policies
Pablo Heidrich, Diana Tussie

4. Struggling between Autonomy and Institutional Transformations: Social Movements in Latin America and the Move toward Post-Neoliberalism
Ulrich Brand, Nicola Sekler

5. Post-Neoliberalism and the Emergence of Human Rights Politics in International Finance
Elizabeth Friesen

Section II. Post-Neoliberalism in Latin America

6. Hugo Chávez and the Search for Post-Neoliberal Policy Alternatives in Venezuela
Judy Meltzer

7. From Naked Barbarism to Barbarism with Benefits: Neoliberal Capitalism, Natural Gas Policy, and the Evo Morales Government in Bolivia
Jeffery R. Webber

8. Is There a Post-Neoliberal Policy toward Foreign Direct Investment in Argentina and Chile?
Paul Alexander Haslam

9. The World Bank and the Poverty Reduction Strategy of Nicaragua: Toward a Post-Neoliberal World Development Order?
Arne Ruckert

10. The “Re-Branding” of Neoliberalism: Competing Hegemonies and Systemic Dilemmas Impacting Educational Development in Heavily Indebted Latin American States
Adam Davidson-Harden

Section III. Transformations of Neoliberalism in the Americas

11. Neoliberalism and the Micropolitics of Domination in the United States
Mary Hawkesworth

12. Poverty Policy and Politics in Canada and Mexico: “Inclusive” Liberalism?
Rianne Mahon, Laura Macdonald

13. The Shaping of Motherhood through Social Investment in Children: Examples from Canada and Mexico
Lucy Luccisano, Glenda Wall

14. Neoliberalism’s Agnosticism: Domestic and Immigration Policies and the Model Family in Canada and the United States
Lois Harder

15. Colombia’s Neoliberal Regime of Governance: Securitization by Dispossession
Cristina Rojas

16. Afterword: Post-Neoliberal Politics and Pathways
Laura Macdonald, Arne Ruckert

Keywords: Economics, Economic Policy, Political Economy, Latin American Politics, Development Policy, International Relations, Political Science

Publication year
International Political Economy Series
Page amount
311 pages
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