technocratic

[tek-nuh-krat-ik]
adjective
of, pertaining to, or designating a technocrat or technocracy.

Origin:
technocrat + -ic

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technocracy (tɛkˈnɒkrəsɪ)
 
n , pl -cies
1.  a theory or system of society according to which government is controlled by scientists, engineers, and other experts
2.  a body of such experts
3.  a state considered to be governed or organized according to these principles
 
technocrat
 
n
 
techno'cratic
 
adj

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Example sentences
Monetary policy is a highly technocratic, mostly apolitical form of government
  intervention in the economy.
Political, not technocratic, leadership is what the euro zone needs now.
As an educated and technocratic elite, they show neither concern for nor
  understanding of the grievances of peasants.
Both have been criticized as elitist and technocratic.
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