Birth of Neo-Liberalism; Music, Race and Difference
Laurie Taylor traces the origins and development of neo-liberal economics. He also explores the enduring and complex relationship between race and music.
Neo liberalism - its genesis and development. Laurie Taylor talks to Daniel Stedman Jones, the author of a new book which traces the origins of neo liberal economics. Also, the enduring and complex relationship between race and music. Laurie meets Jo Haynes, the author of a new study which considers the significance of race to the understanding of music genres and preferences. What does the 'love of difference' via music contribute to contemporary perspectives on racism? The research draws on interviews with people from the British world music scene. They're joined by Professor Paul Gilroy.
Producer Jayne Egerton.
Daniel Stedman Jones
Barrister in London
Masters of the Universe: Hayek, Friedman, and the Birth of Neoliberal Politics
Publisher: Princeton University Press
LSE Department of Economics public discussionMasters of the Universe: Hayek, Friedman, and the Birth of Neoliberal Politics
Date: Wednesday 16 January 2013
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building
Speaker: Dr Daniel Stedman Jones
Respondents: Professor Mark Pennington, Professor Lord Skidelsky
Chair: Professor Stuart Corbridge
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