Marx frequently referred to the ‘laws of centralisation of capital’.
Hilferding analysed ‘finance capital’ as the unification of banking capital with productive capital.
The rise of a ‘managerial class’ to administer other people’s capital, as the owner of capital becomes a mere money-capitalist.
The increasing role of the state with attempts to manage the economy through fiscal & monetary policies.
States also disciplined by international organisations, such as the IMF.