Wednesday 2 October 2019

Neoliberalism and Institutional Design

An interesting episode in which Alex interviews Quinn Slobodian about the intellectual history of neoliberalism. It covers its peculiar roots in the experience of the Hapsburg empire, the stress on law and constitutionalism despite a consistent misrecognition of both as strong versus their being weak and amenable to the machinations of "bad actors", and neoliberalism's dependence on 'double government' - the separation of politics and economics

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