Chapter 5: Struggling with neoliberalism as a concept
This chapter unpacks the ambiguities and problems with the various critical understandings of neoliberalism discussed in the previous chapter. Neoliberalism can be and has been used to refer to almost anything from corporate power through inequality to entrepreneurial subjectivities, and yet its wide applicability has led a growing number of people to question whether it can retain its analytical value in light of its promiscuous applicability. The chapter outlines the growing critique of neoliberalism as a concept.
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