Class Year

2019

Document Type

Student Research Paper

Date of Creation

Spring 2019

Department 1

Psychology

Abstract

This paper is an analysis of state capitalism as a vehicle for change in the global economic system. Specifically, it looks at how state capitalism can be seen as an emerging threat to the Bretton Woods system, as well as how it is becoming an increasingly popular model of development. From national champions, to the Belt and Road initiative, to a rising presence in emerging market economies, the state capitalism model is increasing in influence. Due to this rise in power of countries that practice state capitalism, the global structure of power can potentially be challenged, thus also altering the nature of relations between the global North and the global South.

Comments

Written for Pol 252: North-South Dialogue

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