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Neoliberalisme

Bericht door gung ho » 27 mar 2021, 07:08

Volgens bepaalde nerds zijn alle liberale partijen daadwerkelijk neoliberale partijen en is de EU neoliberaal tot in de vezels.

Maar mevrouw Stemband: wat is neoliberaal nu eigenlijk?
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Re: Neoliberalisme

Bericht door (klaz*) » 27 mar 2021, 08:23

Tijd voor een semantische discussie! :bounce:

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Re: Neoliberalisme

Bericht door MarkS » 27 mar 2021, 09:16

Zin in! :crazy:
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Re: Neoliberalisme

Bericht door Siegfried Stahl » 27 mar 2021, 09:54

De nieuwe look van Rutte?

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Re: Neoliberalisme

Bericht door Richardus » 27 mar 2021, 10:06

gung ho schreef:
27 mar 2021, 07:08
Volgens bepaalde nerds zijn alle liberale partijen daadwerkelijk neoliberale partijen en is de EU neoliberaal tot in de vezels.

Maar mevrouw Stemband: wat is neoliberaal nu eigenlijk?
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Re: Neoliberalisme

Bericht door Rainy Day Woman » 27 mar 2021, 10:52

Richardus schreef:
27 mar 2021, 10:06
gung ho schreef:
27 mar 2021, 07:08
Volgens bepaalde nerds zijn alle liberale partijen daadwerkelijk neoliberale partijen en is de EU neoliberaal tot in de vezels.

Maar mevrouw Stemband: wat is neoliberaal nu eigenlijk?
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Re: Neoliberalisme

Bericht door Number9 » 27 mar 2021, 12:00

Wie is Leo Niberalisme?
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Re: Neoliberalisme

Bericht door iKer » 27 mar 2021, 12:05

Siegfried Stahl schreef:
27 mar 2021, 09:54
De nieuwe look van Rutte?

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Neo Keanu -Rutteismymiddlename- Reeves.
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Re: Neoliberalisme

Bericht door iKer » 27 mar 2021, 12:09

On topic. Een definitie.
Beetje uit mijn hoofd:
Basisprincipe: Recht van de sterkste.
- 'Alles' overlaten aan de markt.
- Kleine overheid met kerntaken als defensie en politie. Vrijwilligers moeten de rest maar oplossen.

Volgens sommigen ook een kenmerk:
- Globalisme en cultureel liberalisme: Staten, familie- of stamverbanden en grenzen doen er niet toe.



Deze Forumnerds werkdefinitie kan ingeruild worden voor een wetenschappelijk erkende. Deze wetenschappelijke definitie moet aan de volgende voorwaarden voldoen om de definitieve Forumnerds definitie van het neoliberalisme te worden:
1. Gepubliceerd door een team met minimaal 33,333% vrouwelijke wetenschappers.
2. Veelvuldig in The Economist aangehaalde definitie in de periode 2001-2021. Uiteraard met screenshots hier te bewijzen.
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Re: Neoliberalisme

Bericht door Krautsurfer » 27 mar 2021, 12:29

Siegfried Stahl schreef:
27 mar 2021, 09:54
De nieuwe look van Rutte?

Afbeelding
Als Rutte Neo moet voorstellen is-ie inderdaad vrij liberaal met z'n interpretatie.
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Re: Neoliberalisme

Bericht door Ysfoxy » 27 mar 2021, 13:22

What Is Neoliberalism?

Neoliberalism is a policy model that encompasses both politics and economics and seeks to transfer the control of economic factors from the public sector to the private sector. Many neoliberalism policies enhance the workings of free market capitalism and attempt to place limits on government spending, government regulation, and public ownership.

Neoliberalism is often associated with the leadership of Margaret Thatcher–the prime minister of the U.K. from 1979 to 1990 and leader of the Conservative Party from 1975 to 1990–and Ronald Reagan, the 40th president of the U.S. (from 1981 to 1989). More recently, neoliberalism has been associated with policies of austerity and attempts to cut government spending on social programs.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

The policies of neoliberalism typically supports fiscal austerity, deregulation, free trade, privatization, and a reduction in government spending.
Neoliberalism is often associated with the economic policies of Margaret Thatcher in the United Kingdom and Ronald Reagan in the United States.
There are many criticisms of neoliberalism, including its tendency to endanger democracy, workers’ rights, and sovereign nations’ right to self-determination.

Understanding Neoliberalism

Neoliberalism is related to laissez-faire economics, a school of thought that prescribes a minimal amount of government interference into the economic issues of individuals and society. Laissez-faire economics proposes that continued economic growth will lead to technological innovation, expansion of the free market, and limited state interference.

Neoliberalism is sometimes confused with libertarianism. However, neoliberals typically advocate for more government intervention into the economy and society than libertarianism. For example, while neoliberals usually favor progressive taxation, libertarians often eschew this stance in favor of schemes like a flat tax rate for all taxpayers.

In addition, neoliberals often do not oppose measures such as bailouts of major industries, which are anathema to libertarians.

Liberalism vs. Neoliberalism

At its core, liberalism is a broad political philosophy; it holds liberty to a high standard and defines all social, economic, and political aspects of society, including–but not limited to–the role of government. The policies of neoliberalism, on the other hand, are more narrowly focused. They are primarily concerned with markets and the policies and measures that influence the economy.

Criticism of Neoliberalism

There are many criticisms of neoliberalism.

Free Market Approach to Public Services Is Misguided

One common criticism of neoliberalism is that advocating for a free market approach in areas such as health and education is misguided because these services are public services. Public services are not subject to the same profit motivation as other industries. More importantly, adopting a free market approach in the areas of health and education can lead to an increase in inequality and the underfunding of resources (health and education) that are necessary for the long-term health and viability of an economy.

Monopolies

The adoption of neoliberal policies in the Western world has been concurrent with a rise in inequality in both wealth and income. While skilled workers may be in a position to command higher wages, low-skilled workers are more likely to see stagnant wages.

Policies associated with neoliberalism tend to encourage the presence of monopolies, which increase the profits of corporations at the expense of any benefits to consumers.

Increased Financial Instability

Contrary to what proponents of neoliberalism typically claim, capital deregulation has not necessarily helped economic development. Rather, capital deregulation has led to an increase in financial instability including wider economic shocks that, at times, have sent shockwaves around the world.

In fact, an International Monetary Fund (IMF) report into neoliberalism reveals that an increase in capital flows has been a factor in the increased risk of adverse economic cycles.1

Inequality

Neoliberal policies have been proven to increase inequality.1 And this inequality can hinder the long-term growth prospects of an economy. On one end of the spectrum, those who earn a low income have limited spending power. At the same time, those who become richer have a higher propensity to save; in this scenario, wealth doesn't trickle down in the way that proponents of neoliberalism claim that it will.

Globalization

Finally, neoliberalism's emphasis on economic efficiency has encouraged globalization, which opponents see as depriving sovereign nations of the right to self-determination. Neoliberalism's naysayers also say that its call to replace government-owned corporations with private ones can reduce efficiency: While privatization may increase productivity, they assert, the improvement may not be sustainable because of the world’s limited geographical space. In addition, those opposed to neoliberalism add that it is anti-democratic, can lead to exploitation and social injustice, and may criminalize poverty.
Bron: https://www.investopedia.com/terms/n/neoliberalism.asp
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Re: Neoliberalisme

Bericht door (klaz*) » 28 mar 2021, 18:56

Ysfoxy schreef:
27 mar 2021, 13:22
What Is Neoliberalism?

Neoliberalism is a policy model that encompasses both politics and economics and seeks to transfer the control of economic factors from the public sector to the private sector. Many neoliberalism policies enhance the workings of free market capitalism and attempt to place limits on government spending, government regulation, and public ownership.

Neoliberalism is often associated with the leadership of Margaret Thatcher–the prime minister of the U.K. from 1979 to 1990 and leader of the Conservative Party from 1975 to 1990–and Ronald Reagan, the 40th president of the U.S. (from 1981 to 1989). More recently, neoliberalism has been associated with policies of austerity and attempts to cut government spending on social programs.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

The policies of neoliberalism typically supports fiscal austerity, deregulation, free trade, privatization, and a reduction in government spending.
Neoliberalism is often associated with the economic policies of Margaret Thatcher in the United Kingdom and Ronald Reagan in the United States.
There are many criticisms of neoliberalism, including its tendency to endanger democracy, workers’ rights, and sovereign nations’ right to self-determination.

Understanding Neoliberalism

Neoliberalism is related to laissez-faire economics, a school of thought that prescribes a minimal amount of government interference into the economic issues of individuals and society. Laissez-faire economics proposes that continued economic growth will lead to technological innovation, expansion of the free market, and limited state interference.

Neoliberalism is sometimes confused with libertarianism. However, neoliberals typically advocate for more government intervention into the economy and society than libertarianism. For example, while neoliberals usually favor progressive taxation, libertarians often eschew this stance in favor of schemes like a flat tax rate for all taxpayers.

In addition, neoliberals often do not oppose measures such as bailouts of major industries, which are anathema to libertarians.

Liberalism vs. Neoliberalism

At its core, liberalism is a broad political philosophy; it holds liberty to a high standard and defines all social, economic, and political aspects of society, including–but not limited to–the role of government. The policies of neoliberalism, on the other hand, are more narrowly focused. They are primarily concerned with markets and the policies and measures that influence the economy.

Criticism of Neoliberalism

There are many criticisms of neoliberalism.

Free Market Approach to Public Services Is Misguided

One common criticism of neoliberalism is that advocating for a free market approach in areas such as health and education is misguided because these services are public services. Public services are not subject to the same profit motivation as other industries. More importantly, adopting a free market approach in the areas of health and education can lead to an increase in inequality and the underfunding of resources (health and education) that are necessary for the long-term health and viability of an economy.

Monopolies

The adoption of neoliberal policies in the Western world has been concurrent with a rise in inequality in both wealth and income. While skilled workers may be in a position to command higher wages, low-skilled workers are more likely to see stagnant wages.

Policies associated with neoliberalism tend to encourage the presence of monopolies, which increase the profits of corporations at the expense of any benefits to consumers.

Increased Financial Instability

Contrary to what proponents of neoliberalism typically claim, capital deregulation has not necessarily helped economic development. Rather, capital deregulation has led to an increase in financial instability including wider economic shocks that, at times, have sent shockwaves around the world.

In fact, an International Monetary Fund (IMF) report into neoliberalism reveals that an increase in capital flows has been a factor in the increased risk of adverse economic cycles.1

Inequality

Neoliberal policies have been proven to increase inequality.1 And this inequality can hinder the long-term growth prospects of an economy. On one end of the spectrum, those who earn a low income have limited spending power. At the same time, those who become richer have a higher propensity to save; in this scenario, wealth doesn't trickle down in the way that proponents of neoliberalism claim that it will.

Globalization

Finally, neoliberalism's emphasis on economic efficiency has encouraged globalization, which opponents see as depriving sovereign nations of the right to self-determination. Neoliberalism's naysayers also say that its call to replace government-owned corporations with private ones can reduce efficiency: While privatization may increase productivity, they assert, the improvement may not be sustainable because of the world’s limited geographical space. In addition, those opposed to neoliberalism add that it is anti-democratic, can lead to exploitation and social injustice, and may criminalize poverty.
Bron: https://www.investopedia.com/terms/n/neoliberalism.asp
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Re: Neoliberalisme

Bericht door gung ho » 22 apr 2021, 10:59

(klaz*) schreef:
28 mar 2021, 18:56
Ysfoxy schreef:
27 mar 2021, 13:22
What Is Neoliberalism?

Neoliberalism is a policy model that encompasses both politics and economics and seeks to transfer the control of economic factors from the public sector to the private sector. Many neoliberalism policies enhance the workings of free market capitalism and attempt to place limits on government spending, government regulation, and public ownership.

Neoliberalism is often associated with the leadership of Margaret Thatcher–the prime minister of the U.K. from 1979 to 1990 and leader of the Conservative Party from 1975 to 1990–and Ronald Reagan, the 40th president of the U.S. (from 1981 to 1989). More recently, neoliberalism has been associated with policies of austerity and attempts to cut government spending on social programs.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

The policies of neoliberalism typically supports fiscal austerity, deregulation, free trade, privatization, and a reduction in government spending.
Neoliberalism is often associated with the economic policies of Margaret Thatcher in the United Kingdom and Ronald Reagan in the United States.
There are many criticisms of neoliberalism, including its tendency to endanger democracy, workers’ rights, and sovereign nations’ right to self-determination.

Understanding Neoliberalism

Neoliberalism is related to laissez-faire economics, a school of thought that prescribes a minimal amount of government interference into the economic issues of individuals and society. Laissez-faire economics proposes that continued economic growth will lead to technological innovation, expansion of the free market, and limited state interference.

Neoliberalism is sometimes confused with libertarianism. However, neoliberals typically advocate for more government intervention into the economy and society than libertarianism. For example, while neoliberals usually favor progressive taxation, libertarians often eschew this stance in favor of schemes like a flat tax rate for all taxpayers.

In addition, neoliberals often do not oppose measures such as bailouts of major industries, which are anathema to libertarians.

Liberalism vs. Neoliberalism

At its core, liberalism is a broad political philosophy; it holds liberty to a high standard and defines all social, economic, and political aspects of society, including–but not limited to–the role of government. The policies of neoliberalism, on the other hand, are more narrowly focused. They are primarily concerned with markets and the policies and measures that influence the economy.

Criticism of Neoliberalism

There are many criticisms of neoliberalism.

Free Market Approach to Public Services Is Misguided

One common criticism of neoliberalism is that advocating for a free market approach in areas such as health and education is misguided because these services are public services. Public services are not subject to the same profit motivation as other industries. More importantly, adopting a free market approach in the areas of health and education can lead to an increase in inequality and the underfunding of resources (health and education) that are necessary for the long-term health and viability of an economy.

Monopolies

The adoption of neoliberal policies in the Western world has been concurrent with a rise in inequality in both wealth and income. While skilled workers may be in a position to command higher wages, low-skilled workers are more likely to see stagnant wages.

Policies associated with neoliberalism tend to encourage the presence of monopolies, which increase the profits of corporations at the expense of any benefits to consumers.

Increased Financial Instability

Contrary to what proponents of neoliberalism typically claim, capital deregulation has not necessarily helped economic development. Rather, capital deregulation has led to an increase in financial instability including wider economic shocks that, at times, have sent shockwaves around the world.

In fact, an International Monetary Fund (IMF) report into neoliberalism reveals that an increase in capital flows has been a factor in the increased risk of adverse economic cycles.1

Inequality

Neoliberal policies have been proven to increase inequality.1 And this inequality can hinder the long-term growth prospects of an economy. On one end of the spectrum, those who earn a low income have limited spending power. At the same time, those who become richer have a higher propensity to save; in this scenario, wealth doesn't trickle down in the way that proponents of neoliberalism claim that it will.

Globalization

Finally, neoliberalism's emphasis on economic efficiency has encouraged globalization, which opponents see as depriving sovereign nations of the right to self-determination. Neoliberalism's naysayers also say that its call to replace government-owned corporations with private ones can reduce efficiency: While privatization may increase productivity, they assert, the improvement may not be sustainable because of the world’s limited geographical space. In addition, those opposed to neoliberalism add that it is anti-democratic, can lead to exploitation and social injustice, and may criminalize poverty.
Bron: https://www.investopedia.com/terms/n/neoliberalism.asp
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En iKer? Is Nederland, volgens deze definitie, minder neoliberaal geworden de afgelopen tien jaar?

Ik durf de stelling wel aan dat de EU minder neoliberaal is dan Nederland.
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Re: Neoliberalisme

Bericht door iKer » 22 apr 2021, 14:51

Dat laatste sowieso. Nederland is in mijn ogen zo’n beetje het meest Angelsaksische land op het continent. En neoliberalisme is uiterst Angelsaksisch. De EU heeft ook sociale trekken omdat Zuid Europese landen (en ook Duitsland?), minder aangetast zijn door deze stroming.

Dat eerste weet ik nog zo net niet.
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