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There was a seminar on the topic of the significance of Gramsci in India Today held at Hyderabad in January 2004.
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 Antonio Gramsci
Political theorists from the center and the right have also found insight in his concepts; his idea of hegemony, for example, has become widely cited.
His influence is particularly strong in contemporary political science, on the subject of the prevalence of neoliberal thinking among political elites, in the form of Neogramscianism.
His critics charge him with fostering a notion of power struggle through ideas that finds a reflection in recent academic controversies such as political correctness.
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This group provides a concrete focal point for an international team of researchers working on the rise of neoliberalism in Europe from a variety of ‘subjectivist’ perspectives.
By assembling a group where different theoretical traditions (soft rational choice, constructivism, discourse analysis, sociological institutionalism, neogramscianism, critical realism) can interact, we aspire to enhance discussion across theoretical traditions, explore the potential for convergence and/or cross-fertilisation and gain a deeper understanding of the importance of subjective variables.
By focusing on the rise of neoliberalism the group provides a common empirical ground, where these different traditions can work together to provide a deeper comparative understanding of the growth, diffusion and impact of neoliberal ideas in Europe.
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