Neoliberalism has been defined as a political doctrine that basically adopts a free market in a deregulated political framework.1 Lately many publications have been dealing with a rethinking of neoliberalism in a broader perspective as a ‘collective’ thought (Mirowski 2009; Dean 2014) following what Weber called ‘political oriented action’, i.e. the attempt to influence or seize power (Weber [1922] 1968) by organized groups.2