'neoliberalism' Category

  • Britain’s Post-Crisis Accumulation Strategy

    January 29, 2012

    According to today’s Observer, a Swedish company is to be allowed to set up a for-profit school in Britain. Although this development is described as the exploitation of a technicality, actually it seems to reflect the government’s wider strategy for restoring capital accumulation in the wake of the global financial crisis. Theorists from a number […]

  • Libya and the LSE

    March 4, 2011

    After intensifying pressure and days of media speculation, the director of the London School of Economics, Sir Howard Davies, has finally resigned over his institution’s controversial links with the Libyan regime. He was doubtless right to go, having made grave errors of judgement that severely damaged the LSE’s reputation, seeing it branded the ‘Libyan School […]

  • Brown's Depoliticisation of Politics

    July 3, 2007

    Brown made his first announcement to the Commons today and set out a ‘route map’ for constitutional reform. According to the BBC’s Nick Assinder this was classic Brown – weighty, strategic, littered with traps for the opposition and with just a sprinkle of re-announcements and spin on top. It was classic Brown, but not in […]

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