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The Road from Mont Pèlerin

The Making of the Neoliberal Thought Collective

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$73.00 • £58.95 • €65.50

ISBN 9780674033184

Publication Date: 06/19/2009


480 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

1 line illustration, 5 tables


  • Introduction [Dieter Plehwe]
  • Part I: Origins of National Traditions
    • 1. French Neoliberalism and Its Divisions: From the Colloque Walter Lippmann to the Fifth Republic [François Denord]
    • 2. Liberalism and Neoliberalism in Britain, 1930–1980 [Keith Tribe]
    • 3. Neoliberalism in Germany: Revisiting the Ordoliberal Foundations of the Social Market Economy [Ralf Ptak]
    • 4. The Rise of the Chicago School of Economics and the Birth of Neoliberalism [Rob Van Horn and Philip Mirowski]
  • Part II: Arguing Out Strategies on Targeted Topics
    • 5. The Neoliberals Confront the Trade Unions [Yves Steiner]
    • 6. Reinventing Monopoly and the Role of Corporations: The Roots of Chicago Law and Economics [Rob Van Horn]
    • 7. The Origins of Neoliberal Economic Development Discourse [Dieter Plehwe]
    • 8. Business Conservatives and the Mont Pèlerin Society [Kim Phillips-Fein]
  • Part III: Mobilization for Action
    • 9. The Influence of Neoliberals in Chile before, during, and after Pinochet [Karin Fischer]
    • 10. Taking Aim at the New International Economic Order [Jennifer Bair]
    • 11. How Neoliberalism Makes Its World: The Urban Property Rights Project in Peru [Timothy Mitchell]
  • Postface: Defining Neoliberalism [Philip Mirowski]
  • List of Contributors
  • Index

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