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Gender and Neoliberalism in India
March 1, 2009
Written in English
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For supporters of cronyism, cartels and the monopolization of markets by private interests, which to all extents and purposes is what neoliberalism thrives on in India . Neoliberalism’s triumph also reflects the failure of the left. When laissez-faire economics led to catastrophe in , Keynes devised a comprehensive economic theory to replace it. When Keynesian demand management hit the buffers in the 70s, there was an alternative ready. But when neoliberalism fell apart in there was nothing.
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Neoliberalism in India – The Consequences A brief summary of part of Arundhati Roy’s ‘Capitalism: A Ghost Story’ – In which she explores some of the consequences of privatisation (part of neoliberalisation) in India. neoliberalism, in the context of international development.
It set out to provoke reflection on the now ubiquitous notions of ‘empowerment’ and ‘agency’ within neoliberal development discourses on gender.
And it sought to raise broader questions about the politics and political economy of Gender. The Routledge Handbook of Neoliberalism seeks to offer a comprehensive overview of the phenomenon of neoliberalism by examining the range of ways that it has been theorized, promoted, critiqued, and put into practice in a variety of geographical locations and institutional frameworks.
With contributions from over 50 leadingCited by: 14 B Agarwal, A Field of One's Own: Gender and Land Rights in South Asia, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,pp – 15 C Jackson, ‘Rescuing gender from the poverty trap’, in C Jackson & R Pearson (eds), Feminist Visions of Development: Gender Analysis and Policy, London: Routledge,pp 39–Cited by: View Neoliberalism and Gender Research Papers on for free.
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India's New Neoliberalism If colonization in the 19th century was widespread and had a deep impact on the colonized countries, then neoliberalism is the new agenda of the rich countries to keep a tap on the unstable and poor vulnerable countries to fulfil their own terms.
Gender and neoliberalism: the All India Democratic Women's Association and globalization politics. [Elisabeth Armstrong] -- This book describes the changing landscape of women's politics for equality and liberation during the rise of neoliberalism in India.
Synergies of Hindutva and neoliberalism are further complicated by the policing of wider gender identities in society. Jennifer Ung Loh’s article ‘Transgender identity, sexual versus gender “rights”, and the tools of the Indian State’ analyses the limited and caveated ways in which transgender subjects accrue constitutional by: 1.
Neoliberalism is a policy model of social studies and economics that transfers control of economic factors to the private sector from the public : DH News Service. Victoria Bernal is Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of California, Irvine. She is the author of Nation as Network: Diaspora, Cyberspace, and Citizenship and Cultivating Workers: Peasants and Capitalism in a Sudanese Village.
Inderpal Grewal is Chair of the Program in Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Yale University. Get this from a library! Women and violence in India: gender, oppression and the politics of neoliberalism. [Tamsin Bradley] -- "India's endemic gender-based violence has received increased international scrutiny and provoked waves of domestic protest and activism.
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4. Amaresh Bagchi and John Kurian, "Regional Inequalities in India: Pre- and Post-Reforms Trends and Challenges for Policy" in Jos Mooij, Ed., The Politics of Economic Reforms in India (New Delhi: Sage Publications, ), pp.
5. Ibid., pp. 6.