Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Of, relating to, or being a corporative state or system.

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  • adj. The principles, doctrine, or system of corporative organization of a political unit, as a city or state.
  • n. A proponent of corporatism.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. of or relating to corporatism
  • n. a supporter of corporatism

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Examples

  • I think the Roberts Court, being nationalist as well as corporatist, is likely to rule against this practice.

    Balloon Juice » Blog Archive » Chinese democracy

  • Article says we left many out & we did name corporatist Dems by Stephen Crockett on Tuesday, Jan 5, 2010 at 3: 33: 38 PM

    Democratic Talk Radio -"Heroes and Villains of 2009 Awards"

  • Contacted afterward, an Obama spokesman said that included abortions. "sometimes uses the similar but more neutral term corporatist

    Corrente

  • A corporatist is a fool in power who feathers his nest with political influence from goons in white shirts and deep pockets.

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  • This predicament should be called corporatist fascism or socialism for the elitists and as a result 92% of small business polled said they see no recovery for 14 to 18 months.

    GlobalResearch.ca

  • It is corporatist, which is much more devastating to the average American.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • That new "public-private partnership" - a euphemism for a corporatist, which is to say fascist, entity - amounts to what financial analyst Kevin G. Hall calls "a blank check to ensure that the top banks - those with assets over $100 billion - remain solvent."

    LewRockwell.com

  • Skeel argues that Dodd-Frank represented a uniform "corporatist" approach to regulation, in contrast to a Brandeisian perspective that, at least when it came to financial regulation, emerged in the '30s with both the formation of the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Glass-Steagall separation of commercial and investment banking.

    Robert Teitelman: An Excursion With Adolf Berle

  • Bratton and Wachter at one point admit that the term "corporatist""is not well known in the United States."

    Robert Teitelman: An Excursion With Adolf Berle

  • What started the spat was when you replied that I and my 'fellow-travelers' would rather explain away success and blame the victims than admit that some of the 'corporatist' schools actually work.

    Alan Gottlieb: Of Civil Wars and Forgotten Words

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