•Agro-neoliberalism is promoted through public-private alliances, novel techno-economic strategies and the hegemonic containment of critical reactions.•Brazilian agribusiness provides a paradigmatic opportunity to investigate the foundations and geographical specificities of agro-neoliberalism.•The frontier of neoliberal agribusiness in the Brazilian State of Mato Grosso has evolved due to flexible mechanisms of accumulation and regulation.•Areas with agribusiness expansion, as Mato Grosso, clearly demonstrate the achievements, contradictions and failures of agro-neoliberalism.•The experience of Mato Grosso shows that this frontier of agro-neoliberalism it is in itself an economic, ecological and ethical frontier.
Futures – Elsevier
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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