This important book argues that a neoliberal convergence has taken place in European industrial relations. Across Europe, employers now have much more freedom to run their businesses and “manage” their employees than they had a few decades ago. I describe the class actors and pathways to neoliberal transformation that are at the core of this book. I also draw out its political implications. I suggest that this neoliberal revolution has had several effects, including the rise of the populist right. In addition, I discuss the problem ecological constraints pose for capitalist growth models.