Feb 7, 2013

What Was ‘New’ About Neoliberalism?

William Coleman claims in the abstract of a new paper:
This article advances an interpretation of the core contribution of neoliberalism to the liberal tradition. At the hands of neoliberal thinkers, the classical liberalism of Locke, Smith and Mill underwent a reconstruction involving certain re‐conceptualisations of individual and political freedom, which served to shift the crux of the case for classical liberalism from market success propositions to government failure propositions.
Alas, I did not find the full paper.  

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