Monthly Archives: October 2014

Neoliberalism: dangerous myths and/or frightening realities? Part 2

A blog in four parts by Paul Kennedy: MMU Visiting Research Fellow and formally Reader in Sociology – with Kevin Albertson Part 2: On markets and motivations In last week’s blog we argued that a consideration of markets, without regard … Continue reading

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Neoliberalism: dangerous myths and/or frightening realities? Part 1

A blog in four parts by Paul Kennedy: MMU Visiting Research Fellow and formally Reader in Sociology – with Kevin Albertson Part 1: Neoliberalism – How’s it doing anyway? Neoliberalism[1] draws us into a discourse which promises, even guarantees, enhanced … Continue reading

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