Strategic socialism, strategic privatisation and crises
An increasing proportion of the largest corporations in the world are majority publicly owned; a growing proportion of the biggest national economies have higher levels of public ownership than the North Atlantic economies that dominated the twentieth century. The Cold War contest between purer forms of capitalism and communism has given way to a more vibrant competition among different capitalist-socialist hybrids. The most successful economies in the twenty-first century will be those that...[Show more]
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