Can Neoliberalism Be Saved From Itself?

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Crouch, Colin. 2017. Can Neoliberalism Be Saved From Itself?. Social Europe Edition.

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How Neoliberals weaponise the concept of an ideal market
"[N]eoliberalism is a political strategy promoting the interests of big money that utilises the economist’s ideal of a free market to promote and extend market activity and remove all ‘interference’ in the market that conflicts with these interests."

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[N]eoliberalism is a political strategy promoting the interests of big money that utilises the economist’s ideal of a free market to promote and extend market activity and remove all ‘interference’ in the market that conflicts with these interests.
Simon Wren-Lewis, "How Neoliberals weaponise the concept of an ideal market"