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Neoliberalism and technoscience

Luigi Pellizzoni

Neoliberalism and technoscience

critical assessments

by Luigi Pellizzoni

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Published by Ashgate Pub. in Burlington, VT .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Environmental aspects,
  • Technological innovations,
  • Economic aspects,
  • Neoliberalism

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby Luigi Pellizzoni and Marja Ylönen
    SeriesTheory, technology, and society
    ContributionsYlönen, Marja
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC79.T4 P45 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25252717M
    ISBN 109781409435327, 9781409435334
    LC Control Number2012007262

    Buy the Hardcover Book Neoliberalism And Technoscience: Critical Assessments by Marja Yl÷nen at , Canada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. This book provides a comprehensive assessment of the connection between processes of neoliberalization and the advancement and transformation of technoscience.   Contemporary, technoscientific capitalism is characterized by the (re)configuration of a range of “things” (e.g., infrastructure, data, knowledge, bodies) as Cited by: 6.

      Lockie, S. and Higgins, V., Roll-out neoliberalism and hybrid practices of regulation in Australian agri-environmental governance. Journal of rural studies, 23(1), pp Lohmann, L., Neoliberalism and the calculable world: The rise of carbon trading. The Rise and Fall of Neoliberalism, Zed Books, London and New York, pp Kavita Philip studies colonialism, neoliberalism, and technoscience using history and critical theory. She is an Associate Professor at the University of California, Irvine.

    Neoliberalism is the dominant ideology shaping our world today. It dictates the policies of governments, and shapes the actions of key institutions such as the WTO, IMF, World Bank and European Central Bank. Its political and economic implications can hardly be overstated. Yet there are obvious problems with the neoliberal project. This book is a perfect introduction to neoliberalism that is Missing: technoscience. Neoliberalism has had an interesting trajectory. It was initially formulated as an intellectual-cum-political project in ; enjoyed growing acceptance as an economic and political strategy in Missing: technoscience.


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A rich exploration of the overall logic of technoscientific innovation within late capitalism, and the emergence of a novel view of human agency with regard to the social and natural world, this volume reveals the interdependence of technoscience and the neoliberalization of society.4/5.

Steve Fuller, University of Warwick, UK ’Referring to Escher’s famous work of Drawing Hands, the authors take-up the challenge of sketching the co-construction of neoliberalism and technoscience.

By providing enlightening analyses and Neoliberalism and technoscience book perspectives the book moves this complicated relationship to the foreground of academic debate, inspiring us to rethink connections and explore them further.’Format: Hardcover.

'Readers will come away from this book with the distinct sense that 'neoliberalism', whatever its strengths and weaknesses, has successfully forced humanity to re-define itself as a species in the face of various technoscientific promises and products that so-called neoliberals have promoted.'Manufacturer: Routledge.

’Readers will come away from this book with the distinct sense that neoliberalism, whatever its strengths and weaknesses, has successfully forced humanity to re-define itself as a species in the face of various technoscientific promises and products that so-called neoliberals have promoted.’.

A rich exploration of the overall logic of technoscientific innovation within late capitalism, and the emergence of a novel view of human agency with regard to the social and natural world, this volume reveals the interdependence of technoscience and the neoliberalization of society.

Neoliberalism straddles a wide range of social, political and economic phenomena at different levels of complexity.

Neoliberalism relates with technoscience at a number of levels. It is an ideology and narrative informing agents sense-making in a wide variety of : Arthur Arruda Leal Ferreira, Karina Lopes Padilha. A rich exploration of the overall logic of technoscientific innovation within late capitalism, and the emergence of a novel view of human agency with regard to the social and natural world, this volume reveals the interdependence of technoscience and the neoliberalization of : Marja Ylönen.

'Readers will come away from this book with the distinct sense that neoliberalism, whatever its strengths and weaknesses, has successfully forced humanity to re-define itself as a species in the face of various technoscientific promises and products that so-called neoliberals have promoted.'.

The Routledge Handbook of Neoliberalism seeks to offer a comprehensive overview of the phenomenon of neoliberalism by examining the range of ways that it has been theorized, promoted, critiqued, and put into practice in a variety of geographical locations and institutional frameworks.

With contributions from over 50 leadingCited by:   Instead of further investment in new and radical technologies, industry opted to reorganize and adopt neoliberal policies. Biotechnology, arguably the most well-known technoscience output, subsequently emerged as a placation in developed countries as it promised new and innovative technologies that would bring about another age of development.

This book provides a comprehensive assessment of the connection between processes of neoliberalization and the advancement and transformation of technoscience. Neoliberalism and Technoscience.

studies colonialism, neoliberalism, and technoscience using history and critical theory. Both are Associate Professors at the university of California, irvine. A leonardo Book new media/biology/art “scientists and engineers, if they care for a better world, must more fully understand the consequences of File Size: 2MB.

definitions to choose from when considering an analysis of neoliberalism. The book consists of 3 sections, each containing 3 chapters on topics examining the governmental, institutional, and cultural aspects of the ne-oliberalism/technoscience relationship as well as specific issues regarding humanity/humanism and the environment.

A rich exploration of the overall logic of technoscientific innovation within late capitalism, and the emergence of a novel view of human agency with regard to the social and natural world, this volume reveals the interdependence of technoscience and the neoliberalization of : Taylor And Francis.

In this book, Kean Birch analyses the co-construction of markets and natures in the emerging bio-economy as a policy response to global environmental change. The bio-economy is an economic system characterized by the use of plants and other biological materials rather than fossil fuels to produce energy, chemicals, and societal goods.

See Kim Phillips-Fein, “Conservatism: A State of the Field,” Journal of American History, vol. 98, no. 3 (). See Mitchell Dean, “Rethinking Neoliberalism,” Journal of Sociology (); Michael Reay, “The Flexible Unity of Economics,” American Journal of Sociology, vol.no.

1 (); Luigi Pellizzoni and Marja Ylönen (eds.), Neoliberalism and Technoscience (Ashgate, ). Neoliberalism was not conceived as a self-serving racket, but it rapidly became one. Another paradox of neoliberalism is that universal competition Missing: technoscience.

Book Review; Published: 20 March Luigi Pellizzoni and Marja Ylönen (eds.), Neoliberalism and Technoscience: Critical Assessments Series: Theory, Technology and Society Ashgate, Farnham/Burlington, VT,ppCited by: 1.

I have just submitted a book proposal to Palgrave Macmillan. The title of the proposed book is "Neoliberal Bio-economies. The Co-construction of Markets and Natures" and its general description is as follows: "A growing number of politicians, policy-makers, academics, commentators, and others globally have identified the ‘bio-economy’ as an important pathway for societal transitions.

Neoliberalism and technoscience: critical assessments. [Marja Ylönen;] -- This book provides a comprehensive assessment of the connection between processes of neoliberalization and the advancement and transformation of technoscience.

In common usage, technoscience refers to the entire long-standing global human activity of technology combined with the relatively recent scientific method that occurred primarily in Europe during the 17th and 18th centuries. Technoscience is the study of how humans interact with technology using the scientific method.

Technoscience thus comprises the history of human application of technology.Contemporary capitalism is characterized by the increasing interdependence between science/innovation and markets/business.

On the one, technoscience is increasingly constituted by specific forms of financing (e.g., corporate research and development spending) and financial logics (e.g., return on investment calculations), while, on the other hand, capitalism is increasingly constituted by.Its centrality appears as well with reference to the environment and technoscience, to the extent that these fields are profoundly marked by neoliberal forms of regulation (Heynen et al.