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state capitalism

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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a form of capitalism in which the state owns or controls most of the means of production and other capital: often very similar to state socialism
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Noun1.state capitalism - an economic system that is primarily capitalistic but there is some degree of government ownership of the means of production
economic system, economy - the system of production and distribution and consumption
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Later, he began to use the more modern- sounding language of state capitalism - one recent document spoke of "indigenisation" instead of "nationalisation" and called for the "establishment of a Results Based Government that seeks to optimise utilisation of scarce resources.
During his second term (2004-8) Putin built state capitalism.
Adorno allows us to interpret the emergence of state capitalism at the end of 19th century in the same dialectical vein.
State Capitalism, Business Strategy, and Trade Policy, OUP, Oxford.
State capitalism would be if we had public companies designed to generate more money concentrated in a private group with access to that money.
State capitalism is usually associated with publicly directed strategies for investment and technological development.
As a model of state capitalism, China has attracted increasing attention for its uniqueness.
US economist Nouriel Roubini says in his article that neoliberal state capitalism led by populist right-wing dictators is on the rise in Europe and that this trend may gradually lead to the disintegration of the peaceful, integrated, globalized, and supranational European Union and to the rise of dystopian nationalist regimes the contours of which have been depicted in works such as Orwell's "1984" and Huxley's "Brave New World".
Yet, entrenched interests continue to impede the path of free enterprise and cling to the commanding heights of state capitalism.
Editor Barbara Krug presents students, academics, researchers, and professionals working in a wide variety of contexts with a two volume collection of academic papers and scholarly articles focused on state capitalism and economic regimes.
In recent years, especially after the financial crisis in 2008, there has been a growing voice from both the mass media and academia claiming China's story of success relies heavily on the role of state--that is, the extensive and deep penetration of the Chinese government into its economy, which is labeled by some as state capitalism.

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