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What Comes After Neoliberalism?

The steep tariff increases on Chinese goods that US President Joe Biden’s administration recently announced are just the latest in a long string of interventionist economic policies that fly in the face of decades of neoliberal orthodoxy. And the Biden administration is hardly alone: a growing number of governments, economists, and institutions are rethinking the free-market doctrine to which they long subscribed.

In this Big Question, we ask Mehrsa BaradaranAnne O. KruegerMariana MazzucatoDani RodrikJoseph E. Stiglitz, and Michael R. Strain whether the neoliberal era is ending – and if so, what will follow it.

Featured in this Big Question

  1. Mehrsa BaradaranMehrsa Baradaran
  2. Anne O. KruegerAnne O. Krueger
  3. Mariana MazzucatoMariana Mazzucato
  4. Dani RodrikDani Rodrik
  5. Joseph E. StiglitzJoseph E. Stiglitz
  6. Michael R. StrainMichael R. Strain

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