JGE331H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Metalogic, Environmental Governance, Market Failure

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Jge331 lecture 11: responsibilizing environmental impact: green consumerism and. Neoliberal nature and the nature of neoliberalism. Neoliberal reforms and influences comprise nothing short of a revolution in social. Ecological citizenship regulation, including in environmental governance, since the 1970s (with older intellectual and political origins, including as a critique of 1930s keynesian regulation and its emphasis on state intervention in the economy) Using markets to address market failure, using private property rights to. Involves a doubling down on commodiciation, individual decision making, the market, etc essentially using markets to address market failures, the extension of private property rights to correct the failure of prior private decision making. Intellectually, neoliberalism has complicated origins as a project of remaking social regulations, most often associated with a change that starts to take place in the 1970s, Neoliberalization (peck and tickell 2002)emphasis less on abstractions or purity and more on negotiated and contested processes of practical reforma.

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