Table of contents for Neoliberal hegemony : a global critique / edited by Dieter Plehwe, Bernhard Walpen, and Gisela Neunhöffer.

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Contents
Acknowledgements	
List of Annex, Charts, Figures and Tables	
List of Abbreviations	
	
Introduction	
	
Reconsidering Neoliberal Hegemony
By Dieter Plehwe, Bernhard Walpen and Gisela Neunhöffer	
	
1. Global neoliberal projects	
	
Between Network and Complex Organization: The Making of Neoliberal Knowledge and Hegemony
By Dieter Plehwe and Bernhard Walpen	
	
Neoliberalism, Capitalist Class Formation and the Global Network of Corporations and Policy Groups
By William K. Carroll and Colin Carson	
	
Peddling Reform: The Role of Think Tanks in Shaping the Neoliberal Policy Agenda for the World Bank and International Monetary Fund
By Christian E. Weller and Laura Singleton	
	
2. Neoliberal hegemonic constellations in the (semi )periphery: Transnational and domestic roots	
	
Why Is There No Third Way? The Role of Neoliberal Ideology, Networks and Think Tanks in Combating Market Socialism and Shaping Transformation in Poland
By Dorothee Bohle and Gisela Neunhöffer	
	
The Neo-Liberal Ascendancy and East Asia:
Geo-Politics, Development Theory and the End of the Authoritarian Developmental State in South Korea
By Mark T. Berger	
	
The Mexican Economy since NAFTA: Socioeconomic Integration or Disintegration?
By Enrique Dussel Peters	
	
3. Neoliberal discourse relations: Dissemination, diffusion, and adaptation	
	
The Great Lie: Markets, Freedom and Knowledge
By Richard Hull	
	
Frontiers and Dystopias: Libertarian Ideology in Science Fiction
By Peter Josef Mühlbauer	
	
The Education of Neoliberalism
By Oliver Schöller und Olaf Groh-Samberg	
	
Gender Mainstreaming: Integrating Women into a Neoliberal Europe?
By Susanne Schunter-Kleemann and Dieter Plehwe	
	
4. Major hegemonic battle lines	
	
Neo-Liberalism and Communitarianism: Social Conditions, Discourses and Politics
By Hans-Jürgen Bieling	
	
Neo-Liberalism and Cultural Nationalism: A Danse Macabre
By Radhika Desai	
	
The World Wide Web of Anti-Neoliberalism
Emerging Forms of Post-Fordist Protest and the Impossibility of Global Keynesianism
By Ulrich Brand	
	
Notes	
References	
Index	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Liberalism.
Free enterprise.
Free trade.
Globalization.
International economic relations.