Definition of Neoliberal

1. Noun. A liberal who subscribes to neoliberalism.

Generic synonyms: Liberal, Liberalist, Progressive



2. Adjective. Having or showing belief in the need for economic growth in addition to traditional liberalistic values.
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Definition of Neoliberal

1. Adjective. In accordance with, or subscribing to, neoliberalism ¹

2. Noun. A person who subscribes to neoliberalism ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Neoliberal

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Neoliberal

neography
neoguelphism
neohesperidose
neoichnology
neoimperialism
neoimperialisms
neoimperialist
neoimperialists
neoimpressionism
neoimpressionist
neoimpressionists
neointima
neointimal
neokinetic
neolallism
neoliberal (current term)
neoliberalism
neoliberalisms
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neolignan
neolignane
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neolignans
neolith
neoliths
neolocal
neologian
neologians
neologic
neological

Literary usage of Neoliberal

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1. State of the Nation: South Africa 2003-2004 by John Daniel, Adam Habib, Roger Southall (2004)
"... state: Contestation and race re-assertion in a neoliberal terrain Gerhard Mare Introduction How should we assess the state of the state in South Africa? ..."

2. U.N. Conflict Management: An Institutionalist Perspective by Signe Burgstaller (1994)
"At the outset of this chapter, a closer look is taken at the main assumptions of the neorealist and neoliberal institutionalist perspectives, with a view to ..."

3. After Social Democracy: Politics, Capitalism and the Common Life by John Gray (1996)
"This is the neoliberal canard that markets are freestanding social ... This fundamental error of neoliberal thought accounts for the inability of neoliberal ..."

4. Transnational Social Policies: The New Development Challenges of Globalization by Daniel A. Morales-Gómez (1999)
"Approaches to social-policy reform today take neoliberal social values as given. This is evident in the case of Latin American countries after the period of ..."

5. Globalisation, Poverty and Inequality by Richard Kohl (2003)
"neoliberal economic policies may have led to increased inequality, ... So neoliberal policies result from these new political equilibria. whether or not ..."

6. Dis-Integrating Multiculturalismby Mute by Mute (2006)
"It often operated as a last remnant of Keynesianism during the neoliberal era of the 1980s and 1990s, since it was in charge of putting a bottom to the ..."

7. The Legitimacy of International Organizations by Jean-Marc Coicaud (2001)
"The model neoliberal market rests on the protection of "core" legal entitlements such as property and contract rights. lt is marked by the presence of ..."

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