Chapter 4 Western extended economic development
Towards a Capitalist Manifesto
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Chapter 4 overviews the so-called extended (or gradual) Western economic development experiences in Britain and Europe, and later in the United States since the Industrial Revolution. It also argues that the limited liability joint-stock company or corporation was critical in the rise of Western economic development.

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