Tag: neoliberalism

Chatter #253 – Professor Gary Gerstle: The Rise and Fall of The Neoliberal Order

Professor Gary Gerstle is the author of the brand new book, The Rise and Fall  of the Neoliberal Order. Gary Gerstle FBA (born 1954) is an American historian and academic. He is the Paul Mellon Professor of American History at the University of Cambridge, and a Fellow of Sidney Sussex College. In this…

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Chatter #239 – Kojo Koram on How Britain’s Empire Became A Global Corporate/Financial Empire

There has been a lot of discussion over the past few years about Empire and it’s impact upon the present day, especially with the toppling of the Colston statue and the BLM protests in 2020. However, what is not as often discussed is the financial and corporate legacy left by the British and…

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Chatter #231 – Andrew Feinstein on Neoliberalism, South Africa, and the Global Arms Trade

Andrew Feinstein is Founding Director of Shadow World Investigations (formerly Corruption Watch), an NGO that undertakes path-breaking investigations into cases of grand corruption, corporate malfeasance and militarism, predominantly but not exclusively in the global arms trade. Andrew was a former African National Congress (ANC) Member of Parliament in South Africa for 7 years…

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Chatter #223- Dr Paulo Gerbaudo on GameStop, Digital Revolution, and the End Of Neoliberalism [Live]

Paolo Gerbaudo is a political sociologist and the director of the Centre for Digital Culture at King’s College London. He is the author of Tweets and the Streets (2012), The Mask and the Flag (2017), and The Great Recoil (2021). HELP ME CROWDFUND MY GAMESTOP BOOK. Go to https://wen-moon.com to join the crowdfunding…

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Chatter #53 – Adam Ramsay on Neo-liberalism and the Government Response to Corona Virus

My guest on today’s show was Adam Ramsay, he’s the main site editor at openDemocracy and is a member of the Scottish Green Party, sits on the board of Voices for Scotland and advisory committees for the Economic Change Unit and the journal Soundings. I asked him on the show in response to…

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