Definitions for "neoliberalism"
A political orientation originating in the 1960s, blending liberal political views with an emphasis on economic growth.
A view of the world that favors social justice while also emphasizing economic growth, efficiency, and the benefits of free markets.
An economic system based on free enterprise and free trade ("liber" in Latin means "free") that holds that no government action should inhibit absolute freedom of commerce by people or corporations anywhere in the world. This economic system has been particularly hard on third world countries. See GLOBALIZATION