Definition of Neoliberals

1. Noun. (plural of neoliberal) ¹



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Definition of Neoliberals

1. neoliberal [n] - See also: neoliberal

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Neoliberals

neoichnology
neoimperialism
neoimperialisms
neoimperialist
neoimperialists
neoimpressionism
neoimpressionist
neoimpressionists
neointima
neointimal
neokinetic
neolallism
neoliberal
neoliberalism
neoliberalisms
neoliberals (current term)
neolignan
neolignane
neolignanes
neolignans
neolith
neoliths
neolocal
neologian
neologians
neologic
neological
neologically
neologies
neologise

Literary usage of Neoliberals

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1. China Joins the World: Progress and Prospects by Elizabeth Economy, Michel Oksenberg (1999)
"neoliberals neoliberals are confident that an open international trading system, ... To the neoliberals, China's rise cannot be compared with the rise of ..."

2. Empowerment Through Economic Transformation by Meshack M. Khosa (2001)
"neoliberals tend toward orthodox economic criteria as the core priority, and progressives toward red-green justice struggles (our own bias is very much to ..."

3. After Social Democracy: Politics, Capitalism and the Common Life by John Gray (1996)
"Paradoxically, social democrats who disregard this constraint imposed on policy are at one with neoliberals in their neglect of the cultural matrices of ..."

4. Tomorrow's Politics: The Third Way and Beyond by Ian Christie, Ian Hargreaves (1998)
"The large increase in social security spending is one of the main sources of attack on welfare systems by neoliberals, ..."

5. The Legitimacy of International Organizations by Jean-Marc Coicaud (2001)
"This group comes from different ends of the political spectrum. lt unites neoliberals who welcome this process with radicals or neo-Marxists. who protest ..."

6. Defiant Again: Indigenous Peoples and Latin American Security by Donna Lee Van Cott (1998)
"The Surprising and Bold Alliance Between Aymaras and neoliberals in Bolivia," in Van Cott, 79-21; Eduardo Gamarra, "Managing Bolivian Democracy in the 1990s ..."

7. Network Logic: Who Governs in an Interconnected World? by Helen McCarthy, Paul Miller, Paul Skidmore (2004)
"Even the 'minimal' or 'night- watchman' state advocated by neoliberals would have a huge impact, both in the process of dismantling the apparatus of civil ..."

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