Capitalism is a scheme that can work efficiently for cultures that are resource deprived, and/ or technologically immature. Under these conditions, it can facilitate the society to maintain, develop, and grow. It does this by forming strata within the humanity; elements that classically become well-organized into classes. The societies mainly expected to endure and profit from these routes, and thus grow, are those that do not form these classes strength that allow competent people to scale up in their society. Thus, uplifting able leaders of the junior classes is highly expected to produce rebellion. Those who have most of their inhabitants in mid classes instead of lower classes are as well far more expected to go on, rather than expressing continual peasant rebellion as witnessed in many regions of Europe amid the Dark Ages and the trade Revolution.
The entrepreneur system focuses resources (substance wealth) in the superior levels of a society, facilitating those in those classes, so prone, to guide growth and development. Those in the lowly classes are fortunate if they can scuff by, most failing at a distant younger age than their imaginary "superior" can. For most of man's account, this is the system that had to be, since we have been technically immature and restrictions in making and transportation has indicated that all present societies have been resource deprived in a mass of areas.
It is ironically reasonable that those most strictly proposing for globalisation are capitalists. Globalisation after all, of technical capability and allotment of resources should certainly weaken the capitalist scheme. The technical ability to create society's wants and the carrying capability to move wealth from where they are productive to where they are in short providence should make the need for an industrialist economic scheme needless, if only human-political beliefs were that simple.