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  • CAPITALISM
  • Contents
    Two Economic Systems
    Introduction to Capitalism
    Advantages of Capitalism
    Critique of Capitalism
    Capitalism in Pakistan
    Conclusion
  • Introduction to Capitalism
  • Advantages of Capitalism
    Hard work ethos
    Freedom of choice
    Promotes efficiency
    Incentives for entrepreneurship and creative research
    Incentives for financial investment.
  • Ode to Capitalism
  • Where is their Share?
    Capitalism
  • We Rule You
    Capitalism
    We Fool You
    We Shoot At You
    We Eat for You
    We Feed All
    THE PYRAMID OF CAPITALIST SYSTEM
  • Critiques Of Capitalism
  • Disaster Capitalism
  • Capitalism around the world
    • Capitalism is the most used form of economic system there is in the world today
    • Currently, over 80% of countries use capitalism, a free market economy
    • No country in the world is 100% capitalistic.
    • The five most capitalistic countries are:-
    1)Hong Kong
    2)Singapore
    3)Ireland
    4)Australia
    5)United States
    • Only 11 percent of people from 27 countries thought free market capitalism is working well.
    • In the United States (25 percent) and Pakistan (21 percent) of people agreed that capitalism works well in its current form. 51 percent of the people surveyed believed the problems can be solved with more regulation and reform.
  • Pakistan’s Economy
    • Decolonization and Cold Wars.
    • Situation at the time of partition.
    • Feudalism and capitalism-go hand in hand.
  • Conclusion