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technocratic

[tek-nuh-krat-ik] /ˌtɛk nəˈkræt ɪk/
adjective
1.
of, pertaining to, or designating a technocrat or technocracy.
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Examples from the web for technocratic
  • 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.
  • But none of these narrow, technocratic questions is the first one that needs to be answered.
  • technocratic language and hasty writing have replaced elegance and reflection.
  • The technocratic administration he heads has so far sent the right signals.
  • Basic rights were suspended and a technocratic caretaker government appointed.
  • It takes power from the hands of individuals and places it in the collective hands of technocratic elites.
  • He headed a technocratic administration which stabilised the economy.

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