Matthew Huber on Neoliberalism and Centralized Power

Posted by on May 1, 2015
Matthew Huber on Neoliberalism and Centralized Power

Power Politics: Neoliberalism as a Critique of Centralized Power The essence of a competitive market is its impersonal character. No one participant can determine the terms on which other participants shall have access to goods or jobs. All take prices as given by the market and no individual can by himself have more than a […]