Social Resilience in the Neoliberal Era Hardback
Edited by Peter A. Hall, Michele Lamont
What is the impact of three decades of neoliberal narratives and policies on communities and individual lives?
What are the sources of social resilience? This book offers a sweeping assessment of the effects of neoliberalism, the dominant feature of our times.
It analyzes the ideology in unusually wide-ranging terms as a movement that not only opened markets but also introduced new logics into social life, integrating macro-level analyses of the ways in which neoliberal narratives made their way into international policy regimes with micro-level analyses of the ways in which individuals responded to the challenges of the neoliberal era.
The product of ten years of collaboration among a distinguished group of scholars, it integrates institutional and cultural analysis in new ways to understand neoliberalism as a syncretic social process and to explore the sources of social resilience across communities in the developed and developing worlds.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 416 pages, 9 Tables, unspecified; 22 Line drawings, unspecified
- Publisher: Cambridge University Press
- Publication Date: 22/04/2013
- Category: Comparative politics
- ISBN: 9781107034976