Neoliberalism may refer to:
- Neoliberalism is a type of political and economic policy that deemphasizes or rejects government intervention in domestic economies, but favors the use of political power to open foreign nations to entry by multinational corporations. In a broader sense it is used to describe the movement towards using the market to achieve a wide range of social ends previously filled by government.
- In the United States, the term "neoliberalism" has also been used to refer to philosophical movement to modify the beliefs and practices of the church (especially evangelical) to tie religious values to socioeconomic values.
- Neoliberalism is also a name of an international relations theory.
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