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Neoliberalism and commodity production in Mexico

Thomas Weaver

Neoliberalism and commodity production in Mexico

by Thomas Weaver

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Published by University Press of Colorado in Boulder, Colo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economic policy,
  • Social conditions,
  • Foreign economic relations,
  • Neoliberalism,
  • Working class,
  • Commercial products,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementThomas Weaver ... [et al.].
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC135 .N414 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25270349M
    ISBN 109781607321712, 9781607321729
    LC Control Number2012010192

      This article is a theoretical overview that introduces a special issue on neoliberalism and agro-food activism in California. Its primary purpose is to theorize how projects in opposition to neoliberalizations of the food and agricultural sectors seem to produce and reproduce neoliberal forms, spaces of governance, and mentalities.   Drug War Mexico: Politics, Neoliberalism and Violence in the New Narcoeconomy - Kindle edition by Watt, Peter, Zepeda, Roberto. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Drug War Mexico: Politics, Neoliberalism and Violence in the New s:

      In Fabiola Sánchez Quiroz’s (Jovenes ante la Emergencia Nacional, Mexico) poster, the bull that sits on Wall Street seems to forebode where this speculative capital is headed. Under the neoliberal model, huge profits are made and huge wealth accumulated in the hands of speculators, a process detached from production. The post-independence project was undermined and derailed by the active efforts of North governments, including their former colonizers. They disrupted African governments through assassination attempts and coups, and opportunistically seized on the s commodity crash that devastated African economies, compelling them to accept World Bank (WB) and International Monetary Fund (IMF) loans.

    This essay reviews two theoretical books on neoliberalism written by Mexican cultural critics: Capitalismo gore (Gore Capitalism), by Sayak Valencia, published originally in Spanish in and translated into English in , and La tiranía del sentido común (The Tyranny of Common Sense) by Irmgard Emmelhainz, published in Spanish in and yet to be translated into English. Neoliberalism or neo-liberalism is the 20th-century resurgence of 19th-century ideas associated with laissez-faire economic liberalism and free market capitalism.: 7 While it is most often associated with such ideas, the defining features of neoliberalism in both thought and practice have been the subject of substantial scholarly discourse. These ideas include economic liberalization policies.


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Neoliberalism and Commodity Production in Mexico details the impact of neoliberal practice on the production and exchange of basic resources in working-class communities in Mexico. Using anthropological investigations and a market-driven approach, contributors explain how Neoliberalism and commodity production in Mexico book policies have undermined constitutional protections and working-class interests since the Mexican Author: James B.

Greenberg, William L. Alexander. Neoliberalism and Commodity Production in Mexico details the impact of neoliberal practice on the production and exchange of basic resources in working-class communities in Mexico.

Using anthropological investigations and a market-driven approach, contributors explain how uneven policies have undermined constitutional protections and working-class interests since the Mexican Revolution.

Neoliberalism and Commodity Production in Mexico details the impact of neoliberal practice on the production and exchange of basic resources in working-class communities in Mexico.

Using anthropological investigations and a market-driven approach, contributors explain how uneven policies have undermined constitutional protections and working Cited by: 8. Get this from a library. Neoliberalism and commodity production in Mexico. [Thomas Weaver; James B Greenberg; William L Alexander; Anne Browning-Aiken;] -- Neoliberalism and Commodity Production in Mexico details the impact of neoliberal practice on the production and exchange of basic resources in working-class communities in Mexico.

Using. "This heavy-duty book is recommended for classroom use, for policy makers, and for those interested in modern Mexican history and society." —Colonial Latin American Historical Review "Neoliberalism and Commodity Production in Mexico is important for a number of reasons Some of the chapters may even become required reading on neoliberalism, and politicians, pundits, and the public.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Preface --The neoliberal transformation of Mexico / James B. Greenberg, Thomas Weaver, Anne Browning-Aiken, and William L. Alexander --Theorizing neoliberalism / James B. Greenberg, Thomas Weaver, Anne Browning-Aiken, and William L.

Alexander --Neoliberalism. In book: Neoliberalism and Commodity Production in Mexico, Chapter: Neoliberal Capital and the Mobility Approach in Anthropology, Publisher: University Press of Colorado, Editors: James B.

NEOLIBERALISM AND COMMODITY PRODUCTION IN MEXICO EDITED BY Thomas Weaver James B. Greenberg William L. Alexander Anne Browning-Aiken UNIVERSITY PRESS OF COLORADO Boulder. Contents Preface vii 1 The Neoliberal Transformation of Mexico 1 James B. Greenberg, Thomas Weaver, Anne Browning-Aiken, and William L.

Alexander. Weaver, Thomas, James B. Greenberg, William L. Alexander & Anne Browning-Aiken (eds). Neoliberalism and commodity production in Mexico. xi, pp., maps, figs.

Weaver, T, Greenberg, J, Alexander, W, Browning-Aiken, A, Neoliberalism and Commodity Production in Mexico University of Colorado Press, Boulder, CO) Google Scholar Williamson, J,“Democracy and the ‘Washington Consensus’” World Development 29(8) – 9 Neoliberalism and the Social Relations of Forestry Production in Chihuahua Thomas Weaver 10 The Impact of World Bank Policies on Indigenous Communities Salomón Nahmad 11 The Impact of Neoliberal Policies on Rural Producers in Oaxaca, Mexico James B.

Greenberg. The Los Angeles Review of Books is a (c)(3) nonprofit. The neoliberal policies of the 20th century, however, strove to create conditions that would facilitate rather than thwart free choice.

Neoliberalism was not conceived as a self-serving racket, but it rapidly became one. Another paradox of neoliberalism is that universal competition. Book Review Neoliberalism and Commodity Production in Mexico.

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On the one hand free-marketeers tout an overt subordination of every aspect of the world to private property, commodity production and quick profit making; on the other, the critics of such short term calculus search for ways to continue the same processes indefinitely.

What a choice. Neoliberalism. “r as the rise of increasingly harsh laws, invasive surveillance practices, and militant policing tactics and the concomitant spectacular rise in incarceration rates are part of the attempt of the state to contain the social insecurities generated by neoliberalism, these insecurities – and the policies that are intended to address them – are deeply gendered.

Book Description. This brief text offers an unbiased reflection on debates about neoliberalism and its alternatives in Latin America with an emphasis on the institutional puzzle that underlies the region’s difficulties with democratization and development.

In addition to providing an overview of this key element of the Latin American. Heyman, JNeoliberal capital and the mobility approach in anthropology. in Neoliberalism and Commodity Production in Mexico. University Press of Colorado, pp. Greenberg JB, McC. The sovereign consumer has always served as a key figure in the legitimation of the neoliberal project.

Virtually all proponents of neoliberal ideology, from Ludwig von Mises to Milton Friedman, have portrayed free consumer choice as the defining feature of the desired market economy, and the sovereign consumer as an agent who is capable of dictating economic production and driving political.

Neoliberalism and Commodity Production in Mexico: Publisher: University Press of Colorado: Pages: Number of pages: ISBN (Print) State: Published - Dec .Global neoliberalism and education and its consequences / edited by Dave Hill and Ravi Kumar. p. cm. — (Routledge studies in education and neoliberalism ; 3) Includes index.

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