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Neoliberalism and the politics of social enterprises in South Korea : The dynamics of neoliberal governmentality and hegemony

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  • Neoliberalism and the politics of social enterprises in South Korea
  • Kim, JooHwan
  • Georgia State University


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Title Neoliberalism and the politics of social enterprises in South Korea
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The dynamics of neoliberal governmentality and hegemony

Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Kim, JooHwan

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[Atlanta]:Georgia State University

Date 2016
Pages 380
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Economy < Economic System
Industry and Technology < Entrepreneurship
Holding Georgia State University

Abstract

Social enterprises have been promoted globally as alternative economic institutions to neoliberalism for the last few decades. In this study, I explored how social enterprises and the subjectivities of social entrepreneurs emerged as new discursive formations and institutional mechanisms in the neoliberal transformation of governance strategies in South Korea. Three broader questions guide this study. First, how have social enterprises emerged as a new discursive formation and a new institutional mechanism in neoliberal South Korean society? Second, how are the new subjectivities of social entrepreneurs produced in ways that are consistent with neoliberalism? Finally what are the implications of the emergence of social enterprises and the subjectivities of social entrepreneurs in terms of the neoliberal transformations of South Korean society? I situated these research questions within the theoretical frameworks of Neo-Marxist social theory and Foucauldian governmentality theory. (The rest omitted)