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El mercado ineluctable: falacias de la ideología neoliberal / The Ineluctable Market: The Fallacies of Neoliberal Ideology

Abstract : According to mainstream microeconomics, a perfectly competitive market automatically leads to self-regulation among economic agents and to the optimal allocation of resources. Not only are competition and the market considered to be "natural'' and therefore ineluctable social mechanisms, but they are also desirable models, as they maximize "social welfare''. Despite its flaws, the market is therefore the only healthy and possible solution. The present article reflects on the fallacies of this "discourse" and its nourishment of neoliberal capitalist ideology over the last three decades.
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Luca Marsi. El mercado ineluctable: falacias de la ideología neoliberal / The Ineluctable Market: The Fallacies of Neoliberal Ideology. Vegueta: Anuario de la Facultad de Geografía e Historia, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (España), 2017. ⟨hal-01640679⟩

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