Tuesday, July 14, 2020

New Issue: Review of International Political Economy

The latest issue of the Review of International Political Economy (Vol. 27, no. 4, 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue on the Political Economy of Managerialism
    • Matthew Eagleton-Pierce & Samuel Knafo, Introduction: the political economy of managerialism
    • Samuel Knafo, Neoliberalism and the origins of public management
    • Leonard Seabrooke & Ole Jacob Sending, Contracting development: managerialism and consultants in intergovernmental organizations
    • Sarah Sharma & Susanne Soederberg, Redesigning the business of development: the case of the World Economic Forum and global risk management
    • Lukas Linsi, The discourse of competitiveness and the dis-embedding of the national economy
    • Heather Whiteside, Public-private partnerships: market development through management reform
    • Elena Baglioni , Liam Campling & Gerard Hanlon, Global value chains as entrepreneurial capture: insights from management theory
    • Phoebe V. Moore & Simon Joyce, Black box or hidden abode? The expansion and exposure of platform work managerialism
    • Alexander Nunn, Neoliberalization, fast policy transfer and the management of labor market services
    • Matthew Eagleton-Pierce, The rise of managerialism in international NGOs