Is Norway a capitalism state?
Norway has a capitalist economy, it is a democratic state.
Norway IS one state.
State capitalism is when there is a free-market economy, but the government actively plays in the economy as an investor, manager, and organizer of various companies.
Astro Capitalism is a state in which all government is lead by corporations. Astro Capitalism is a state in which all government is lead by corporations.
Under capitalism, the market is free from state interference.
communism and capitalism is the Nigerian state
Norway isn't a state, it's a country.
State Conciliator of Norway was created in 1915.
who (the state or private sector) owns or controls capital and makes economic decisions
This is a "What color is George Washington's white horse?" type question. Capitalism IS the economic system that a capitalist country has. Of course, there are different variations of capitalism based on the level of government intrusion, from laissez-faire capitalism to interventionist capitalism to regulated capitalism to state capitalism.
Norway is a constitutional Monarchy; the head of state is always the reigning monarch.
Norway is a democratic monarchy.
No, it's a county/region and the capitol. There's only one state in Norway.
The capital of Norway is called Oslo. Norway is not a state. It's a country!
Alaska is the only state that shares any latitudes with Norway.
There are many types of capitalism and socialism. Types of capitalism which engage in central planning include state-capitalism, or corporate capitalism. Types of socialism which engage in central planning include communism, and state socialism. Types of capitalism which do not engage in central planning include laissez faire capitalism, american libertarianism, or anarcho-capitalism. Types of socialism which do not engage in central planning include mutualism, and libertarian socialism. Of course, all institutions involve some degree of… Read More
Which state did you want to compare with Norway. Please be more specific so we can answer this question.
Because it is a Kingdom; the Kingdom of Norway, with its 19 counties.
The Norway (Red) pine became the Minnesota state tree in 1953.
The state or official church in Norway is the Church of Norway (Den Norske Kirke or Den Norske Kyrkja), which is a Lutheran denomination with the King (or Queen) or Norway as its head. Although there is a state church, Norway has freedom of religion, but 82% of Norwegians belong to the Church of Norway.
Capitalism is an economic system, fasism is a poltical system. There have been times in the recent history of capitalism where a bourgeois democratic state is no longer able to protect capitalism, in these times it has been necessary for fascists to assume power to do what bourgeois democracy could not.
There is no such thing as "communist capitalism" but if you mean the state capitalism of say China today and if by "democracy capitalism" you mean liberal democratic countries, the economic systems are essentially the same. China simply has a much more oppressive political system, from the point of view of the workers and peasants in China anyway.
Norway isn't in any states. It's an independent country.
Lutheran Christianity, which is also the religion of state in Norway.
capitalism: an economic system based on private ownership of capital socialism: an economic system based on state ownership of capital
no.. it is a country
alesurdo is a major city. not a simple state. You are to draw a state. well you would add a major city too. alesduro is a city. norway is a country. that is that
Red or Norway Pine: The red or Norway pine (Pinus resinosa) became the official state tree in 1945.
No, it is still communist state, but with capitalism economy
welfare capitalism from the earliest factories to the mature industrial state employers have frequently augmented cash payment to workers with non cash compensation
Capitalism is an economic and political system. This is when countries trade and industry are controlled by private owners for profit and not the state.
Norway slightly larger than New Mexico
Karl Marx describes new type of state. He thinks, this kind of state would appear in reach and developed states AFTER capitalism. In fact 'Marx type of state' appears in poor developing countries BEFORE capitalism. That was the case of Russia for example.
Norway is a Christian country. Everyone is a member of the State Church from birth. You can also leave the State Church when you turn 15. Norway also have Catholics and Hinduists and Jewish (etc) people and they have Cathedrals but as stated Norway is a Christian country. :) Hope this helped ;3
Capitalism is an economic system in which the means of producing wealth are privately owned and controlled. Great Britain is a Capitalist State, it does not get involved in the business of the civilians.
Norway is all one state. It has different regions, counties though.
Capitalism is an economic system in which wealth, and the means of producing wealth, are privately owned businesses and controlled rather than commonly, publicly, or state owned or Capitalism is the exchange of supplies or goods between businesses and the people for money, of course.
The separation of economics and state
I think Montana is a little bit smaller than Norway.
The definition of State Capitalism is "an economic system that is primarily capitalistic, but there is some degree of government ownership of the means of production" (http://www.wordnetweb.Princeton.edu/perl/webn) or a capitalist system where the government runs businesses. A popular example of state capitalism is the economy of China, where the state owns thousands of companies. A free market is a theoretical term that economists use to describe a market which is free from governenment intervention, such… Read More
A welfare state is a maintenance of capitalism with some social benefits not subject to the profit motive. Socialism replaces capitalism with a system of social ownership of the economy.
the capital is oslo
Closest to Montana
Yes, but not EU.
The consequences of Capitalism is defined by the explanation of the meaning of Capitalism - An economic and political system in which a country's trade and industry is controlled by private owners for profit, rather than by the State. Thus, those in favour of Capitalism argue that is creates more prosperity than any other political system. Its benefits are therefore mainly for the 'ordinary' person.
Norway did not fall, you're thinking of Iceland. Norway is one of the countries who have duffered the least from the financial crisist. Iceland went bankrupt because the people owning the companies in Iceland had more money than the state, and when they lost their money the state couldn't handle it. Norway still stands strong and do not need to subdue to the will of the EU.
There has never been "pure capitalism" and the system has been tempered by other economic policies, most often welfare or direct state interventionism. However, the development capitalism with greater impurities has not been even or necessarily similar in different locations.
south africa is a democratic state,therefore democracy drives capitalism so south africa is a capitalist state which allows free trade
The main religion of Norway is Christianity, or more Lutheranism. The second largest is Muslims, followed by Catholics. Norway has a state Church and a Christian politician party as well.