The book is an analysis of cultural, social as well as political economic expressions of neoliberalization and argues for an appreciation of the relational geographies of neoliberalization.
- In-depth empirical research spanning a variety of world regions
- A range of topics including homelessness, comparative politics, economic development and social policy
- Reviews how neoliberalism is enacted as a way to highlight the complexity and contingency of this economic model
- Engages in debates within anthropology, gender studies, geography, health studies, international studies, planning, political science and sociology
Keywords: SOCIAL SCIENCE / Human Geography SOC015000