TITLE

The neo-liberal counter-revolution and its policy implications

PUB. DATE
July 2004
SOURCE
Globalization & Structural Adjustment as a Development Tool;2004, p3
SOURCE TYPE
Working Paper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses the concept and implication of the neo-liberal counter-revolution in academic and political areas in the U.S. It recalls the history of the neo-liberal counter-revolution which started in the 1970s and raised the virtue of the free market as well as private enterprise through the conservative leaders Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan. It discusses the influence of the process in the role of the United Nations, and Bretton Woods system in the development of economic policies.
ACCESSION #
37262290

 

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