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Microcredit programs as transnational regimes of neo-liberal governance.
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This thesis examines feminist discursive entanglement within microcredit programs that enables the expansion of neo-liberal governance expressed through consumer citizenship, competition, state de-regulation, privatization and financialization of social relations throughout developing countries. This work examines the complex and multifaceted power relations through which Third World women"s "old" and "new" subject positions are (re)produced and argues that previous colonial discourses of cultural, racial and sexual inferiority have not been replaced but are merely camouflaged by practices of women"s inclusion in development discourses and practices.
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‘Global Finance, Economic Orthodoxy and the Reproduction of Neo-liberalism’ Athanasios Koratzanis. University of Crete. Abstract. Since the s, a profound transformation in global political economy has taken place. The Keynesian, socially-embedded regime of capital accumulation and social. Jan 01, · Drawing on the political theories of corporatism, neo-liberalism and pluralism, and on comparative empirical research in Brussels, Germany, Sweden and the UK, this article conceptualises the nature of Europeanised medicines regulation. It argues that a marketisation of regulation has been established in the European Union as a result of competition between national regulatory agencies for Cited by:
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Abstract (summary): For more than two centuries experts both inside and outside the state apparatus, at home and abroad, have engaged in the practice Foucault called “government:” the attempt to reform human conduct by calculated means. In this spirit the World Bank’s social development team in Indonesia set out to make community development planning more participatory and transparent Cited by: Both Bateman and Karim describe microfinance as an instrument of “neo-liberal” economic decision-making, with corresponding advance effects on the poor. First, microfinance is channelled through NGOs, a process that has further debilitated the already weak foundations of .
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Multinational corporations in the neo-liberal regime James Crotty, Gerald Epstein, and Patricia Kelly Introduction The left's concern with globalization is, of course, nothing new.
Marx wondered whether the process of globalization would crush incipient revolution in his “small comer of the planet.”. Allspach, A. Microcredit Programs as Transnational Regimes of Neo-Liberal Governance, PhD Thesis, University of Toronto.
Shen Hao: A Model for Grassroot Cadres in Rural Areas Mar As a neo-liberal policy for both the government and NGOs, microcredit programs work to nurture a subjectivity of the 'rational economic woman' that may function efficiently and sustainably in the.
Oct 28, · Alternatives to neo-liberal globalisation are needed that not only change people-to-people and South-South relations and situations, but also South-North relations and inter-actions to the benefit of all of humanity and our common planetary home. Neo-Liberalism, State Power and Global Governance [Simon Lee, Stephen McBride] on axendadeportiva.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Disciplinary Neo-liberal Feminism and the Political Economy of Microfinance and Risk. Abstract: This article draws on a critical feminist approach to locate poverty alleviation strategies based on microfinance within an analysis of global capital accumulation.
It argues that the. Jan 29, · Global Governance and Transnationalizing Capitalist Hegemony By Ian Taylor Abingdon: Routledge, Ian Taylor’s new book provides a sceptical account of the rise of emerging powers and the BRICS in particular.
A Discussion Paper for The Reality of Aid. Kavaljit Singh. Public Interest Research Group (India) January Introduction.
In recent times, the terms ‘governance’ and ‘good governance’ have become buzzwords in the development discourse. Much of the globalization literature and accompanying theory project that, as countries integrate into the global economy, they will converge towards a transnational and neoliberal version of capitalism.
It is presumed that this happens with the rise of international companies, which along with a transnational class of managers, enable the spread of neoliberal management axendadeportiva.com: Jivanta Schoettli, Markus Pohlmann. Neoliberal Restructuring and the Third Sector: Reshaping Governance, Civil Society and Local Relations B.
Mitchell Evans heralded as the way forward by neo-liberal advocates of political change. Third, is the increased businesses fail to satisfy and government programs have. the limits of micro credit as a rural development intervention 3 table of contents overview 5 summary 6 chapter 1 - introduction 7 background 7 definitions of formal and informal finance and trade 8 capital markets and the poor 8 the neo-liberal response - walking barefoot where bankers fear to tread 10 innovative micro credit institutions 12 assessing the success of credit and micro credit.
 The current scholarship on neo-liberal capitalism is substantially based on the works of Michel Foucault and Max Weber. It has produced a series of conceptual categories such as privatization, personalization, responsibility, conduct, values, and morality, for analyzing a neo-liberal mode of governance and the neo-liberal subject.
Jun 20, · Neo-liberalism, State Power And Global Governance DOWNLOAD HERE. Chapter 1. Introduction: Neo-Liberalism, State Power and global Governance in the Twenty First Century, Simon Lee and Stephen McBride.
Apr 30, · Culture, thus narrowly defined as grassroots empowerment within the ambits of the market, is an ally of the neoliberal development framework in the form of microcredit programs, self-help groups, and local enterprises that on one hand create new financial market opportunities for transnational capital and on the other hand offer new customer Cited by: Shareable Link.
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Sep 09, · This volume explores some of the ways in which neo-liberalism has affected both the exercise of state power and the conduct of global governance in the cont- porary global economy. While the contributors have approached their subject from a variety of social science perspectives, their research is united by a number of underlying themes.
First, neo-liberalism has failed to deliver a. Jan 01, · The social forces underpinning private transnational governance and the authority of experts must be laid bare and analysed.
The legitimacy of private transnational governance turns on the nature of the public or private interests it serves, which should therefore constitute the core analytical and theoretical concerns of future axendadeportiva.com by: Multinational Corporations, Capital Mobility and the Global Neo-Liberal Regime: appear in a book organized by the Project to be published by Cambridge University Press.
These forces arise from key components of the Neo-liberal regime such as financial liberalization, privatization. experiences. The opening sentences of one entry in a reference book should suffice to describe the lexicographer’s headache: “Anyone trying to give a brief account of liberalism is immediately faced with an embarrassing question: are we dealing with liberalism or liberalisms.
It is easy to list. Feb 07, · • Hype and Hope: The Worrisome State of the Microcredit Movement by Thomas Dichter • Small Fortunes from PBS Issues in Micro finance (raises great issues to consider and fix) (Note: I’ve excluded critiques which indict micro-lending for being neo-liberal, as they primarily point to the obvious.
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