Accounts of the rise of neoliberalism commonly emphasize the exhaustion of postwar systems of embedded liberalism during the economic crises of the 1970s and the parallel internationalization of economic activity. In Europe, the latter process is especially — and controversially — associated with the process of European integration. Aurélie Dianara Andry’s Social Europe, the Road […] Original post


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