|Title:||Development Aid—Populism and the End of the Neoliberal Agenda|
Viktor Jakupec, Faculty of Arts and Education
|Description:||This book focusses on the potential impact of Trump’s economic agenda on the Washington Consensus-based development aid. The point of departure is the recognition that the Washington Consensus has been and still is the politico-economic cornerstone of global development aid. However, since the USA presidential election in 2016, the future of the Washington Consensus has been put in question by the Trump administration. To restate, the neoliberal ideology that dominates the thinking and practices of the Bretton Woods institutions is under attack by the populist movement|
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