Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Neoliberalism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Neoliberalism is a term referring to a reemergence and redefinition of classical liberalism, coined 1938 at the Colloque Walter Lippmann by the German sociologist and economist Alexander Rüstow.[1] The label is used pejoratively by numerous critics and opponents, and according to one study, "the concept itself has become an imprecise exhortation in much of the literature, often describing any tendency deemed to be undesirable".[2] Neo-liberals advocate policies such as free markets, and free trade
Neoliberalism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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