Varieties of Capitalism Over Time

Niall G. MacKenzie (Editor), Andrew Perchard (Editor), Christopher Miller (Editor), Neil Forbes (Editor)

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This book looks at how varieties of capitalism emerge over time and across different geographies, and is comprised of submissions from scholars around the globe. Covering a wide range of territories including Europe, the Americas, Africa, and Asia across both the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, this edited volume considers the roles that the state and business working together play in the emergence of different economic systems. Whilst most analyses focus on identifying different types of capitalism, the chapters in this volume instead focus on how these different types develop, the drivers of their emergence, and the people and organisations behind the developments. The geographical spread of analyses allows the reader to delve into how different countries have managed and even created their economic systems providing comparative insights into our understanding of how different national economic models develop over time.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAbingdon
Number of pages212
ISBN (Electronic)9781003334781
ISBN (Print)9781032369839
Publication statusPublished - 12 Dec 2022


  • international
  • Business
  • history


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