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"There Is Always an Alternative: Outlaws for Contemporary Resistance"

by Alakavuklar, Ozan Nadir (2014)


TINA (There Is No Alternative) was one of the symbolic abbreviations of the 1980s. Whilst Margaret Thatcher used this phrase to praise her party's programme throughout 1970s and 1980s, in the following years TINA turned into an ideological symbol that her allies in the United States and around the globe mobilized against any sort of alternative idea or model. But, of course, there have always been alternatives to the corporation, to market managerialism and to monopoly capital. While we might point to families, churches, NGOs …


Crime, Outlaws, Economics, Organisational Ethics, Organisation Studies



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