You might notice that the deregulation of the late 1970s was about removing government imposed barriers-to-entries for new firms. But what
what we see here are large firms using standardization and coordination alongside various slotting fee style programs to create private-market barriers-to-entries that exclude smaller vendors. The first version is created by the government and thus an enemy of neoliberals everywhere; the second results from the market and private agents and is passed over in silence because there isnít any language in the neoliberal lexicon to even discuss it.
your turing test:
Oil for Nothing:US Holds On Humanitarian SuppliesIraq: 1997-2001
the good book
and other cultural