Regulatory capitalism

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The term Regulatory Capitalism suggests that the operation maintenance and development of the global political economy increasingly depends on administrative rules outside the legislatures and the courts. The general trend despite and beyond the process of liberalization is that of growth rather than decline of regulation. Deregulation may represent trends in some industries (notably finance) but more regulation is the general trend beyond that characterize modern and post-modern capitalism alike. [1] Regulation in this interpretation is an instrument of organizations - states, business, civil and hybrid and is carried at all political arenas and levels. The concept of regulatory capitalism serves as an alternative to concepts such as Financial Capitalism, Welfare Capitalism, Casino Capitalism, Developmental Capitalism, Risk Capitalism, State Capitalism and Crony Capitalism in an attempt to shed more light on capitalism as a polymorphous order.


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  1. ^ Levi-Faur, David, The Global Diffusion of Regulatory Capitalism, The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science March 2005 vol. 598 no. 1, pp. 12-3

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  • The Rise of Regulatory Capitalism: The Global Diffusion of a New Order, The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science Series. David Levi-Faur and Jacint Jordana Eds.