This special issue is the third collective output I edited as part of my project on authoritarian neoliberalism. Many of the contributions were originally submitted to the EISA 2016 authoritarian neoliberalism section, which was organised by Ian Bruff and myself. In addition to our joint contribution, the issue also features articles by Kathryn Starnes, Mareike Beck & Julian Germann, Graham Harrison, Nadine Kreitmeyr, Alke Jenss, Adriano Cozzolino and Angela Wigger.
A Twitter thread about the rationale and main contributions of the special issue can be found below.
How do the practices, policies and ideas associated with *neoliberalism* reproduce themselves in the face of crises and popular opposition? We continue to unpack this question in our new @GlobalizationsJ special issue https://t.co/QMXqHtGN1Y pic.twitter.com/pz0IJIzcRl— Cemal Burak Tansel (@btansel) August 8, 2018