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Globalisation and Ideology in Britain: Neoliberalism, Free Trade and The Global Economy epub

by Craig Berry


Globalisation and Ideology in Britain: Neoliberalism, Free Trade and The Global Economy epub

ISBN: 0719084881

ISBN13: 978-0719084881

Author: Craig Berry

Category: Other

Subcategory: Humanities

Language: English

Publisher: Manchester University Press (May 15, 2011)

Pages: 192 pages

ePUB book: 1766 kb

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Topically, the book examines how the responses to the global financial crisis have been shaped by globalization discourse and the value of ideology as an analytical concept able to mitigate debates on the primacy of material and ideational explanations in political economy.

Topically, the book examines how the responses to the global financial crisis have been shaped by globalization discourse and the value of ideology as an analytical concept able to mitigate debates on the primacy of material and ideational explanations in political economy. It will be of vital use to students and scholars of global economic change, financial crisis, the state, the impact of globalization on national governance, and those interested in ideological change.

Neoliberalism, free trade and the global economy

Neoliberalism, free trade and the global economy. Topically, the book examines how the responses to the global financial crisis have been shaped by globalisation discourse and the value of ideology as an analytical concept able to mitigate debates on the primacy of material and ideational explanations in political economy. It will be of vital use to students and scholars of global economic change, financial crisis, the state, the impact of globalisation on national governance, and those interested in ideological change.

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Published by: Manchester University Press. Topically, the book examines how responses to the global financial crisis have been shaped by globalisation discourse, and upholds the value of ideology as an analytical concept able to mitigate debates on the primacy of material and ideational explanations in political economy. eISBN: 978-1-84779-420-8. Subjects: Political Science.

Globalisation and ideology in Britain: Neoliberalism, free trade and the global economy. Young people and the ageing electorate: breaking the unwritten rule of representative democracy. Manchester University Press, 2013. Parliamentary Affairs 67 (3), 708-725, 2012.

The goal of neoliberal economic globalization is the removal of all barriers to commerce, and the privatization of. .

Being hugely profitable to corporations and the wealthy elite, neoliberal polices are propagated through the IMF, World Bank and WTO. Neoliberalism favours the free-market as the most efficient method of global resource allocation. Consequently it favours large-scale, corporate commerce and the privatization of resources. There has been much international attention recently on neoliberalism.

Examines the impact of globalisaton across the ideological landscape of British politics by profiling the discourse on globalisation of several political groups involved in making and contestign British foreign economic policy. Saved in: Bibliographic Details. Main Author: Berry, Craig. 1st ed. Manchester: Manchester University Press. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Austerity: The history of a dangerous idea. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

of global economic integration that has developed in recent decades. Globalization and Neoliberalism. Globalization and Competition. The changed competitive. period covers the era of growing neoliberal dominance. All six countries had significantly faster.

The "globalization" concept has become ubiquitous in British politics, as it has in many countries of the world. This exciting new book examines discourse on foreign economic policy to determine the impact of globalization across the ideological landscape of British politics. The book critically interrogates the assumption that the idea of globalization is derivative solely of neo-liberal ideology by profiling the discourse on globalization of five political groups involved in making and contesting British foreign economic policy between 1997 and 2009: New Labor, International Financial Services London, the Liberal Democrats, Oxfam and the Socialist Workers Party. In addition to the relationship between neo-liberalism and globalization, it also explores the core meaning of the idea of globalization, the implications for the principle of free trade, the impact on notions of the state, nation-state and global governance, and whether globalization means different things across the ideological spectrum. Topically, the book examines how the responses to the global financial crisis have been shaped by globalization discourse and the value of ideology as an analytical concept able to mitigate debates on the primacy of material and ideational explanations in political economy. It will be of vital use to students and scholars of global economic change, financial crisis, the state, the impact of globalization on national governance, and those interested in ideological change.