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Mixed Economy vs Neoliberalism So how about looking at the track records of state socialism and neoliberalism in the contexts of UK public spending and socioeconomic trends before we start accepting sweeping generalizations like this?

Mixed Economy (Capitalism)

What Is a Mixed Economy?

A mixed economy combines the advantages and disadvantages of market, command and traditional economies. Here's examples and U.S. status.


Tlatelolco Aztec Market - The great daily market at Tlatelolco was controlled by a merchant class (pochteca) that specialized in long-distance luxury item trade. The Aztecs had a state-controlled mixed economy: tribute, markets, commodity use, and distribution were highly regulated.


A mixed econmony is a combination of traditional , market and command. A advantage is when varies amoung nations and can affect its society.


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