Authoritarian Neoliberalism

On this page you can find a complete list of outputs from my research on authoritarian neoliberalism (sorted by publication date). I have also published several online pieces on contemporary issues that have strong affinities with this strand of my research. You can access them on openDemocracy (1|2), Jadaliyya and The Conversation.

Publications

The short-term GDP growth-based economic success of the BRICS has spawned a trend of grouping large emerging market economies under …

This paper examines the evolving symbiosis of authoritarian state power and neoliberal governance in the Middle East in the wake of the …

This introduction to the special issue takes as its point of departure three centres of gravity that have shaped the study of …

The implosion of popular struggles against the erosion of economic and democratic rights in the Middle East has thrown into sharp …

Unpacking the core themes that are discussed in this collection, this article both offers a research agenda to re-analyse …

What makes neoliberalism such a resilient mode of economic and political governance? What are the means with which neoliberalism …
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Cemal Burak Tansel
Lecturer in International Politics

I am a Lecturer in International Politics in the Department of Politics at the University of Sheffield, specialising in the historical sociology of state formation and capitalist development in the Middle East and the political economy of development.