neoclassical liberalism

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neoclassical liberalism (uncountable)

  1. (capitalism) Capitalist ideology which stresses the importance of deregulation and private ownership over the means of production.
    • 2013, Arthur W. Hunt; Anthony Selvaggio, chapter 5, in Surviving Technopolis: Essays on Finding Balance in Our New Man-Made Environments, Wipf and Stock Publishers, →ISBN, page 68:
      Jardine says the neoclassical liberalism of the postindustrial economy contained two major postulates: a return to laissez-faire economics and a revival of Protestant morality to counteract the growing moral permissiveness.
  2. (capitalism) Capitalist ideology that focuses on the compatibility of support for civil liberties and free markets on the one hand and a concern for social justice or the worst-off’s well-being on the other.
    Synonyms: Arizona School liberalism, bleeding-heart libertarianism
  3. (capitalism) Synonym of neoliberalism