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The 1970s and 1980s are often described as the decades of the rise of neoliberalism as the new economic paradigm that replaced Keynesianism in Europe and elsewhere in the world. For some, this was the beginning of the end of the European post-war welfare state for others, it was a welcome economic shift in favour of competiveness and innovation. What the term “neoliberalism” actually means, however, remains unclear, to the point where some scholars even argue that it should not be used at all in academic analysis.
||Laurent Warlouzet, Governing Europe in a Globalizing World. Neoliberalism and its Alternatives following the 1973 Oil Crisis, London / New York 2018 Quinn Slobodian, Globalists. The End of Empire and the Birth of Neoliberalism, Cambridge 2018 Kean Birch, A Research Agenda for Neoliberalism, Cheltenham 2018.