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Chapter One 'What Was Neoliberalism?'

Davidson, Neil (2010) Chapter One 'What Was Neoliberalism?'. In: Neoliberal Scotland: Class and Society in a Stateless Nation. Cambridge Scholars Press, Newcastle, pp. 1-89. ISBN 9781443816755

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Abstract

Chapter One, by Neil Davidson, sets the general context for the specific analyses which follow, providing both an account of how neoliberalism developed and a survey of what this has meant for economics, politics, the state and society-an exercise made necessary by the previous lack of serious discussion of the subject in Scotland.