distributed capitalism

distributed capitalism
эк., соц. распределенный капитализм* (стадия капитализма, которая приходит на смену капитализму массового производства и означает более тесную связь производителя с потребителем и более полное и быстрое удовлетворение потребностей последнего; опирается на новые цифровые технологии и растущее желание потребителей перестать быть субъектами массового спроса и реализовать свою индивидуальность; концепцию предложили профессор Гарвардской школы бизнеса Шошана Зубоф (Shoshana Zuboff) и ее муж, бизнесмен Джим Максмин (Jim Maxmin))

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