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Debunking the Neoliberal economic doctrine

11 September - 19h00 to 21h00

In the last 40 years, economic thought has been largely characterised by the hegemony of neoliberalism. But which of the promises dictated by this doctrine have really come true? How comes progressives have lost this intellectual battle? What are the arguments of the neoliberal doctrine which we bought without understanding how detrimental they were to society and to our political movement?

These are some of the points that FEPS and Partito Democratico Londra we will be discussing in the 'Debunking the Neoliberal Economic Doctrine’ that will see Caterina Urbano moderating a dialogue with David Rinaldi, FEPS Director of Studies and Policies and Lecturer at the ULB Institute for European Studies and Alberto Botta, Senior Lecturer at the University of Greenwich.

The event is organised in the framework of the PD Londra Formazione & Dibattito series.

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London, United Kingdom, King’s College London - Strand Campus, Room S0.03

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Wednesday, 11 September 2019

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