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  • noun Plural form of capitalism.

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Examples

  • 9 Capitalisms Another major analytical tool is the variety of capitalism, or capitalisms, which is ordinary in global political economy, but rare and under researched in sociology.

    Trade Observatory

  • As recently as Labor Day, that stock was still soaring, and people were talking about capitalisms unfulfilled potential and were full of ideas some of them discussed in this book for using markets in creative new ways.

    Creative Capitalism

  • As recently as Labor Day, that stock was still soaring, and people were talking about capitalisms unfulfilled potential and were full of ideas some of them discussed in this book for using markets in creative new ways.

    Creative Capitalism

  • The moral code of capitalisms elite is not built on any set of simple incentives.

    Creative Capitalism

  • Id like to offer a closing provocation that challenges the premise of creative capitalisms proponents.

    Creative Capitalism

  • The moral code of capitalisms elite is not built on any set of simple incentives.

    Creative Capitalism

  • But as my work for more than a decade has stressed, creativity is capitalisms essence and trump card.

    Creative Capitalism

  • Id like to offer a closing provocation that challenges the premise of creative capitalisms proponents.

    Creative Capitalism

  • Before we devote a lot of energy to reforming capitalism at home, where it already works pretty well, maybe we should devote more effort to extending capitalisms reach in places where it hasnt yet fully flowered.

    Creative Capitalism

  • But as my work for more than a decade has stressed, creativity is capitalisms essence and trump card.

    Creative Capitalism

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