State capitalism in international context: varieties and variations
journal contributionposted on 07.06.2021, 14:05 by Mike Wright, Geoffrey Wood, Aldo Musacchio, Ilya Okhmatovskiy, Anna GrosmanAnna Grosman, Jonathan P Doh
State interventions in markets assume varieties of forms in different economic systems. To capture this variety, we consider state capitalism as a multidimensional concept, first reviewing its historical evolution from both practical and scholarly vantages. We describe several dimensions of state capitalism and demonstrate how cross-national variations can be captured through positioning countries along these dimensions. We use cross-sectional data for a large sample of countries to derive factors that represent key dimensions of state capitalism. We demonstrate how cross-national and historical variation in state capitalism is captured by this Virtual Special Issue and offer suggestions for future research.
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