The Implications of the Capitalist Approach on Public Policy in the United States of America: The Economic and Social Sectors: A Case Study


Mohammed al Mogdad


The study discusses the impact of the US capitalist policy on the economic sectors, through a general discussion of capitalism on fiscal and monetary policy, tax policy and its types, income distribution, education, health and social care, and unemployment.

The study is based on the main hypothesis that ‘There is a correlation between the US Capitalist Policy and the decline in the role of Public Policy in America in achieving economic stability.' Descriptive analysis method has been employed by reviewing and evaluating US economic policies in different periods. The study concluded with many results, the most prominent of which is that capitalist policy leads to many economic problems that directly affect the performance and outputs of public policy, and this result calls for a continuous review by the US government to achieve better economic success and social welfare.