Why is neoliberalism still ruling the Czech economic thinking and economic policies, while it has been challenged in Poland, Hungary, and other states after the global economic crisis?
Which role does the symbiosis of corporate interests and moral worldviews of economic experts play in this? And why is the Czech case disproving the trendy thesis that the worldwide political rise of economic nationalists leads to the direct rollback of neoliberal globalisation? In his article on Czech neoliberalism, our researcher Daniel Šitera discusses these questions for the Journal of International Relations and Development.
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