|Title||The road from Mont Pelerin : The making of the neoliberal thought collective / edited by Philip Mirowki and Dieter Plehwe|
|Imprint||London, England ; Cambridge, MA : Harvard University Press, 2009|
Introduction. -- French neoliberalism and its divisions: from the Colloque Walter Lippmann to the fifth republic. -- Liberalism and neoliberalism in Britain, 1930-1980. -- Neoliberalism in Germany: Revisiting the Ordoliberal Foundations of the social market economy. -- The rise of the Chicago School of Economics and the birth of neoliberalism. -- The neoliberals confront the trade unions. -- Reinventing monopoly and the role of corporations: the roots of Chacago Law and Economics. -- The origins of the neoliberal economic development discourse. -- Business conservatives and the Mont Pelerin society. -- The influence of neoliberals in Chile before, during, and after Pinochet. -- Taking aim at the new internation economic order. -- How neoliberalism makes its world: the urban property rights project in Peru. -- Postface: defining neoliberalism.
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