DEMOCRACIA DE CIDADÃOS PROPRIETÁRIOS E VARIEDADES DE CAPITALISMO

Leandro Martins Zanitelli

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O artigo aproxima duas vertentes da literatura. Uma delas, inspirada pelos escritos de John Rawls sobre justiça liberal-igualitária e tipos de regime institucional, defende a reforma do capitalismo por meio de políticas pré-distributivas características do que Rawls, baseando-se no economista britânico James Meade, denomina “democracia de cidadãos proprietários”. A outra vertente é a das “variedades de capitalismo”, que compara sistemas de produção capitalista tendo em vista a estratégias usadas pelas empresas para realização de suas “competências nucleares” (core competencies) e a complementaridade entre essas estratégias e outras características do sistema produtivo. O objetivo é trazer a lume diferenças e desafios para a execução das reformas pré-distributivas da democracia de cidadãos proprietários nas circunstâncias de três variedades de capitalismo: liberal, coordenada e hierárquica.

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Democracia de Cidadãos Proprietários; Pré-Distribuição; Variedades de Capitalismo; Economias de Mercado Hierárquicas

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21783/rei.v2i1.28

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