• 1. Although many of the authors participating in this volume are critical of market-driven policies and many may individually use the terms “neoliberalism” the editors prefer to use less-loaded and better-defined terminology.
  • 2. Ce qu’ily a d’important pout notre modernite, c’est a dire pout notre actualite, ce n’est done pas l’etatisation de la societe, c’est ce que j’appelerais plutot la ‘gouvernmentalisation’ de l’Etat.


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