Post-capitalism refers to any hypothetical future economic system which are proposed to replace capitalism as the dominant economic system.Fact|date=August 2008

There have been a number of proposals for a new economic system to replace capitalism. The most notable among them are:
*Socialist economics, an economic system based on state or public ownership of the means of production.
*Participatory economics, an economic system that uses participatory decision making as an economic mechanism to guide the allocation of resources and consumption in a given society.
*Post-scarcity anarchism, an economic system based on social ecology, libertarian municipalism, and an abundance of fundamental resources.cite book| author = Bookchin, Murray| title = [ Post-Scarcity Anarchism] | publisher = AK Press| year = 2004| id = ISBN 9781904859062]
*Binary economics, an economic system that endorses both private property and a free market but proposes significant reforms to the banking system.

ee also

*Critique of capitalism
*History of economics


External links

* [ What is Post-Capitalism?]
* [ A Postcapitalist Politics]
* [ Beyond Capitalism to Post-Capitalism: Conceiving a Better Model of Wealth Acquisition to Supersede Capitalism]
* [ Post-capitalism Against One’s Will]
* [ The Associative Economy: Insights beyond the Welfare System and into Post-Capitalism]
* [ Transition to Postcapitalism and Capitalist Elite]

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