Whilst we have 'the state' I do not see how it can release the control it effects over economy if only because politicians, businesses and other special interest groups will always have control or influence over the government and therefore the institutions of the market. It is not possible to have those acting as 'the state' submit that status because, by the very existence of 'the state', there will always exists a means for 'special interest groups' to have influence and control, especially influence and control over the economy.
It is not possible to have these institutions of the market and of
government constructed and enforced in such a way that there is a
separation of the economy from the State. The cause is not the 'way' the
institutions of the market and of government are 'constructed and
enforced' but rather, simply, that 'the state' and its institutions
exist and therefore have influence and control. Clearly: if we did not
have 'the state' we would not have that means for special interest
groups to influence and control the economy or need to attempt to
construct and enforce a government in such a way that there is then a
separation of the economy from idea of 'the state'.