corporatism

[kawr-puh-ruh-tiz-uhm, -pruh-tiz-]
noun
the principles, doctrine, or system of corporative organization of a political unit, as a city or state.
Also, corporativism [kawr-puh-rey-tuh-viz-uhm, -per-uh-tuh-, -pruh-] .


Origin:
1885–90; corporate + -ism

corporatist, adjective
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corporatism (ˈkɔːpərɪtɪzəm, -prɪtɪzəm)
 
n
the organization of a state on a corporative basis
 
corporatist
 
n, —adj

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corporatism
1890, from corporate + -ism. Used over the years in various senses of corporate, in 1920s-30s often with ref. to fascist collectivism.
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Example sentences
Both parties endorse the welfare state and corporatism.
Inflationism and corporatism engenders protectionism and trade wars.
Certainly the ideologists of corporatism cannot hear us.
As corporatism developed, employers spent more on accident prevention, and enticed more employees to jump on the safety bandwagon.
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