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The Strength of Ordoliberalism (2)

Ordoliberalism was a German development in the interwar period as a means of dealing with the results of hyperinflation in the Weimar Republic  during the early years of the 1920s, followed by the 1929 Wall Street Crash. The Crash and especially … Continue reading

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Neoliberal Revanchism Ebb and Flow

If Margaret Somers and Fred Block are right, as I think they are, then periods of neoliberal revanchism return periodically. These are longue durée changes, waxing and waning, affecting the public-private divide in cyclical neoliberalism. The European Divide: It may seem odd … Continue reading

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