Economic revolution

The orientation of economic systems is influenced by such outside considerations as availability of resources, international economic independence, and by ideology. Economic revolution may follow from political revolution or be a cause of it; the change from one economic system to another may cause economic instability and inflation which, if it persists, may give rise to counter revolution. Economic revolution may occur as a result of foreign economic influence or control and may encourage foreign retaliation.
(C) Cross-sectoral problems