As I've mentioned a couple of times here already, I have a book coming out in May. It's called The Limits of Neoliberalism: Authority, Sovereignty & the Logic of Competition. It brings together quite a bit of my thinking on neoliberalism, competition, the political uses of economics and the culture of competitiveness. It's also where I attempt to develop some of my theoretical interests in Luc Boltanski's work, and connect them to more traditional political economic questions of the state and neoliberalism.
I'm sorry to say that the hardback comes with a horrific cover price, but for you loyal readers, I attach a flyer [pdf] with details of how you can buy it with a 65% discount, for (ahem) 'only' £29.75.
Anyway, I will blog about this a bit more once the book is published, including some expositions of some of the key arguments, perhaps relating them to some contemporary political and ethical questions. I think there should also be a sample chapter free online in the next month or so, which I'll also link to. If you don't like self-promotion, maybe give potlatch a miss for the next 3 or 4 months, and I'll see you in the summer.