This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on the key concepts discussed in the preceding chapters of this book. The book argues that 'political economy of generations' helps identify and understand the politics of neoliberalism and how it has produced significant generational disadvantage. It explains that a political economy of generations helps in understanding how people born since 1980 interpret what is going on. The book draws on that political economy to comment on the ways many young people engage in various kinds of political activity that dominant players in the political field may not wish to acknowledge as political. It focuses on the non-reductionist, non-determinist and relational theory of practice developed by Bourdieu. The book describes that one can and should use the generational category in ways Karl Mannheim foreshadowed. It also argues that Bourdieu's work is valuable because it sidesteps the problems that arise from the structure or agency dichotomy.