Reformed Capitalism is the name for a set of economic rules that preserves the core benefits and strengths of free-market capitalism, while eliminating or lessening the weaknesses and downsides of that system.
Reformed Capitalism seeks to preserve the key elements of private property, open markets, and entrepreneurial reward which drive the success of the capitalist system.
Reformed Capitalism seeks to end the elements of exploitative rent-seeking, usury, and wealth disparity which exhibit the downsides of the capitalist system.
Reformed Capitalism is not intended as a political platform for any given contemporary nation-state, although in the course of exhibition of Reformed Capitalist principles, historical and contemporary examples are mined copiously. The problems of any specific country’s economic system are complex and variable, and will not necessarily be addressed directly.