yes great Britain has mixed economy(more in past than now). The economy is mixed because business are allowed to decide how they control their finances and transport is owned by coropations but services like health care and education are paid for by the government.
There are many misconceptions about the US economy. The misconceptions are rooted in the distant past and are also influenced by comparisons to other nations, free nations or ones ruled by dictator(s).The truth is that the best label to place on the US economy is one we can call a free, mixed economy. It's a free economy in that private businesses and private property are honored by the US Constitution. The US economy is mixed because government regulations and the Federal Reserve System play a significant role by which the economy thrives or is hampered.
The major merit of a mixed economy is that the public is protected because the government is in charge of public services, and prices are low because of competition in the private sector. A major demerit is that taxes may prohibitively high in order to support government programs.
A mixed market economy.
U.S.A is a Market Economy Canada is a Mixed Economy Whoo Hoo!
Mixed economy and market economy
A mixed market economy
Canada mixed Russia Planned USA market
mixed, but on the side of free market
The economy of the United States is a mixed economy.
No important differences: both are forms of capitalism.
The U.S is a mixed economy