capitalism, state

capitalism, state

Dictionary of sociology. 2013.

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  • state capitalism — ➔ capitalism * * * state capitalism UK US noun [U] ► ECONOMICS, GOVERNMENT, FINANCE, POLITICS a form of capitalism in which the government controls some property, resources, money, etc.: »Credit Lyonnais, France s largest bank, is a symbol of… …   Financial and business terms

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  • Capitalism in the nineteenth century — Capitalism arose in western Europe during the industrial revolution. During the 19th century, capitalism allowed great increases in productivity, whilst triggering great social changes. The Industrial Revolution Towards the end of the 18th… …   Wikipedia

  • state capitalism — n. an economic system in which much of the capital, industry, etc. is controlled by the state: a loose term sometimes equivalent to STATE SOCIALISM …   English World dictionary

  • State-building — is a term used in state theory. It describes the construction of a functioning state. This concept was first used in connection to the creation of states in Western Europe and focused on the power enforcement of state in society (Tilly 1975).… …   Wikipedia

  • state — state, the state The state is a distinct set of institutions that has the authority to make the rules which govern society . It has, in the words of Max Weber, a ‘monopoly on legitimate violence’ within a specific territory. Hence, the state… …   Dictionary of sociology

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