Tag Archives: Brazil

Ordoliberalism and Ex-Warsaw Pact Countries

Jane Ball has uploaded an academia.edu draft paper on “The Incomprehensible Post-Communist Privatisation” forthcoming in The Global Journal of Comparative Law. In this paper the author, Liviu Damsa, a Ph.D. student at the Warwick University School of Law relates the choices of Ex-Warsaw Pact … Continue reading

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O ordoliberalismo na Suécia.

This is a post from the blog by Arthur on Swedish ordoliberalism. It is clear that the guy is serious and understands ordoliberalism. That much can be grasped even by someone like me who cannot read Portuguese. I look forward … Continue reading

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