A knowledgeable person in our Economics Reform Advocacy Group (ERAG) mentioned a 2010 book, The End of the Free Market: Who Wins the War between States and Corporations?, by Ian Bremmer, which suggests a newly emerging model, State-Sponsored Capitalism, such as is practiced in China.
In my view, linking capitalism directly to state political interests is potentially a very dangerous development, in my mind- it reminds me of the kings using commerce to enhance their own power, which led to wars – trade wars and armed wars. How about a “global-centric” economic development model, adapted to each country’s culture – there would theoretically be no intrinsic conflict of ends. That would suggest one of the social democracy models – that of David Schweickart (After Capitalism) or that of Dr. J.W. Smith (who worked from the theories of Henry George, 19th century economist): http://www.ied.info/ . It would also bring focusing on the environmental health to the top tier of concerns/aims.