TSEG – Volume 18 – Issue 1 – 2021

ISSN: 15721701

ISBN: 9789462702905

Publication date: June 16, 2021

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TSEG – Volume 18 – Issue 1 – 2021

TSEG The Low Countries Journal of Social and Economic History is the Dutch-Flemish journal of social and economic history. The journal publishes articles and reviews in the fields of social and economic history in the broad sense, with a particular but not exclusive focus on the Low Countries.
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Special Issue: The Dutch Neoliberal Turn
Not so Consensual after All. A New Perspective on the Dutch 1980s Rosa Kösters, Bram Mellink, Merijn Oudenampsen and Matthias van Rossum
Bureaucrats First. The Leading Role of Policymakers in the Dutch Neoliberal Turn of the 1980s Merijn Oudenampsen and Bram Mellink
Towards a Politics of Restraint. Public Choice Theory in the Dutch Labour Party of the 1970s Thomas Kayzel
De Europese Commissie als motor van verandering. Staatssteun, neoliberalisme en de sluiting van de Amsterdamse scheepswerven, 1976-1986 79 Sjoerd Keulen en Ronald Kroeze
Flexland in wording. De reactie en strategie van de vakbeweging ten aanzien van flexibilisering in Nederland in de jaren tachtig Rosa Kösters, Loran van Diepen, Moira van Dijk en Matthias van Rossum
DATA ARTICLE Sound Toll Registers Online Jan Willem Veluwenkamp, Werner Scheltjens and Siem van der Woude
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