Neoliberalism in Canada: Its Origins, Impact and Future

Part of: In Pursuit of Knowledge - Spring

Course description

Neoliberalism has been the dominant logic of governance around much of the world for forty years, guiding not only public policy but also how we behave. In this talk, Dr. Leifso will review how neoliberal thought was mobilized in the twentieth century by thinkers such as Friedrich von Hayek and Milton Friedman before being taken up across the world in the 1970s and 1980s. Then, we'll look to Canada to explore how neoliberalism was introduced through provincial and federal policy, how it has come to define how we should live, and what the COVID-19 pandemic has meant for the future of neoliberal governance.

Registration details

You have already registered for this course.

View My account

This item is already in your shop cart.

View shop cart
FEES
Fee Tax Subtotal
{{ ::(fee.price | currency) }} {{ ::(fee.tax | currency) }} {{ ::(fee.total | currency) }}
{{ ::(child.price | currency) }} {{ ::(child.tax | currency) }} {{ ::(child.total | currency) }}
    Total {{ fee.totalFees | currency }}

Add to Shop Cart

Note: You will be asked to sign in or create an account to register and pay for this course.

Having trouble registering online? Register by phone: 250-472-4747

You're already on the waiting list for this item.

Sorry, this section is full.

Online registration temporarily unavailable

Sorry, this course is not available for registration at this time.

This course is in progress. Please contact us for more details.

Online registration is closed for this course. You may still be able to register by phone. Call 250-472-4747 to find out.

This course is on your wish list. You will be notified when this course becomes available.

Want to receive notification when this course becomes available?

{{ loggedIn ? 'Add to wish list' : 'Sign in/create a new account to add to wish list' }}

Info you should know: