Online | A Post Neo-Liberal Paradigm: Economics, Policies, Politics
Monday | 27.02.23
Until Tuesday | 28.02.23
For invitees only |
The workshop will bring together scholars from different countries who have worked on the interaction between populism and neo-liberal political economy. The scholars will discuss two main questions: 1) Why exclusionary populism is perceived by significant sectors of society in many countries as a valid response to the crisis of neo-liberalism. 2) Which feasible alternatives to both neo-liberalism and exclusionary populism may be conceived, and what are the conditions those alternatives should meet in order to be politically viable.
Academic director Prof. Dani Filc, Ben-Gurion University of the Negav
The workshop is initiated by the VLJI and is sponsored by the Hewlett Foundation.