After Neoliberalism? The Kilburn Manifesto

After Neoliberalism? The Kilburn Manifesto

Edited by Stuart Hall, Doreen Massey and Michael Rustin

Although the neoliberal economic settlement is unravelling, its political underpinning remains largely unchallenged. Our manifesto calls into question the neoliberal order itself, and argues that we need radical alternatives to its foundational assumptions. To celebrate the completion of  the Manifesto, Soundings organised a one day conference to discuss and develop the ideas outlined in the Manifesto, and seminars to accompany each instalment.

The chapters from the manifesto are all available free below, or you can buy the whole manifesto as a print book here.

After Neoliberalism: The Kilburn Manifesto

Framing statement  After neoliberalism: analysing the presentStuart Hall, Doreen Massey, Michael Rustin

1. Vocabularies of the economyDoreen Massey

2. A relational societyMichael Rustin 

3. Common-sense neoliberalismStuart Hall and Alan O’Shea 

4. After neoliberalism: the need for a gender revolutionBeatrix Campbell

5. A growing discontent: Class and generation under neoliberalismBen Little

6. States of imaginationJanet Newman and John Clarke

7. Whose economy? Reframing the debateDoreen Massey and Michael Rustin

8. Rethinking the neoliberal world orderMichael Rustin and Doreen Massey 

9. Energy beyond neoliberalismPlatform 

10. Race, migration and neoliberalismSally Davison and George Shire

11. Displacing neoliberalismDoreen Massey and Michael Rustin

 

Launch event: Speakers: Deborah Grayson, Andrew Simms, Doreen Massey, Michael Rustin. 
Chair: Jo Littler

The video of the manifesto launch is now available here.