Theorizing Mutant Neoliberalism
To many observers, the present resembles Antonio Gramsci’s depiction of crisis: a historical interregnum in which the old is dying and the new cannot be born.1 In the wake of the 2008 global financial crisis, some scholars invoked the image of “zombie neoliberalism” to explain how the reigning form of political-economic governance could persist, as if undead, through the wreckage of its own making. Despite the economic devastation, more of the same neoliberal measures were implemented: liberalization, privatization, marketization, securitization, and austerity....
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