Monthly Archives: June 2018

The IMF’s Reconstruction of Economic Orthodoxy since the Crash

by Ben Clift* Analysing how the International Monetary Fund (IMF) contributes to prevailing understandings of sound economic policy reveals how economic orthodoxy is historically contingent, and throws into relief the malleability of economic policy credibility. These indirect IMF attempts to … Continue reading

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Free to Choose: Hayek’s Road to Fascism

Friedrich Hayek – one of the protagonists and scholastic machinists of Neoliberalism, quite clearly positioned himself in regard to the following subject matter: “No doubt an American or English “Fascist” system would greatly differ from the Italian or German models; no … Continue reading

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Great academic opportunities: 12 calls for papers, 3 jobs, 2 summer schools, PhD stipend, a postdoc, a grant, an award

Dear ES/PE community member, see below a list of great academic opportunities: 12 calls for papers for conferences and workshops (some are fully or partially funded), 3 job openings, 2 summer schools, a postdoc position, a doctoral fellowship, a grant, … Continue reading

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