084f2db8c6 ^ "social democracy". ^ Paul Mattick (1969). As it is unlikely that an economy will contain a perfectly even mix, mixed economies are usually noted as being skewed towards either private ownership or public ownership, toward capitalism or socialism, or toward a market economy or command economy in varying degrees.. Your browser doesn't accept cookies. Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Volume 8. The apolitical definition of 'mixed economy' generally refers to the mix of public and private ownership forms.Here 'mixed economy' itself does not specify a political form. London: Allen and Unwin. Routledge.
Myles. Globalization & the Nordic Success Model: Part II. To be sure, 'orthodox Marxism' maintains that the mixed economy is still the capitalism of old, just as 'orthodox' bourgeois theory insists that the mixed economy is a camouflaged form of socialism. Criticism. (1991) The Politics of State Expansion: War, State and Society in Twentieth-Century Britain. They favored a mixed economy in which most industries would be privately owned, with only a small number of utilities and other essential services in public ownership. However, given the broad range of economic systems that can be described by the term, most forms of government are consistent with some form of mixed economy. In the second, mainly post-war, phase, social democrats came to believe that their ideals and values could be achieved by reforming capitalism rather than abolishing it. p.827. Retrieved February 12, 2011.