Deglobalization: the crisis of multilateralism and neoliberal globalization. The Brexit case study.

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dc.contributor.advisor Coin, Francesca it_IT
dc.contributor.author Ottoboni, Martina <1995> it_IT
dc.date.accessioned 2018-10-02 it_IT
dc.date.accessioned 2019-02-19T15:14:23Z
dc.date.available 2019-02-19T15:14:23Z
dc.date.issued 2018-10-23 it_IT
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10579/13923
dc.description.abstract The crisis of multilateralism represents one of the major changes in the field of international relations in the 21st century, after a century-long effort to integrate politics and economics. Particularly, the economic philosophy that supported international integration since the 1970s, namely Neoliberalism, has been most recently put under trial by civil society and by the revival of Nation States. This thesis traces back the development of Neoliberalism as the hegemonic economic philosophy since the late 20th century and the subtle connections between neoliberal integration and US foreign policy interests, taking into consideration the cases of Chile and East Asia. The incredible reach of the economic trinity (International Monetary Fund, World Bank and World Trade Organization) has entailed venomous social effects by prioritizing economic stability over social stability. Uprisings all over the world acknowledge the controversial effects of Neoliberalism and they claim a reform of neoliberal bodies, if not their dismantlement. The question I forward in this thesis is whether Neoliberalism is able to reform itself to overcome its contradictions and to answer to society’s claims, or, whether recent developments in international politics allow us to forward the hypothesis that time is ripe for a new economic and social narrative for the 21st century. Among these recent development, Brexit represents the shocking revolt of the First World to international integration and neoliberal politics. A detailed investigation of the roots of discontent behind the Brexit vote confirms that, among alternatives to neoliberal globalization, the revival of nationalism is taking the lead. it_IT
dc.language.iso en it_IT
dc.publisher Università Ca' Foscari Venezia it_IT
dc.rights © Martina Ottoboni, 2018 it_IT
dc.title Deglobalization: the crisis of multilateralism and neoliberal globalization. The Brexit case study. it_IT
dc.title.alternative Deglobalization: the crisis of multilateralism and neoliberal globalization. The Brexit case study. it_IT
dc.type Bachelor Thesis it_IT
dc.degree.name Relazioni internazionali comparate it_IT
dc.degree.level Laurea magistrale it_IT
dc.degree.grantor Dipartimento di Studi Linguistici e Culturali Comparati it_IT
dc.description.academicyear 2017/2018, lauree sessione autunnale it_IT
dc.rights.accessrights openAccess it_IT
dc.thesis.matricno 854438 it_IT
dc.subject.miur SPS/11 SOCIOLOGIA DEI FENOMENI POLITICI it_IT
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dc.provenance.upload Martina Ottoboni (854438@stud.unive.it), 2018-10-02 it_IT
dc.provenance.plagiarycheck Francesca Coin (fracoin@unive.it), 2018-10-22 it_IT


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