- Borrowing from French dirigisme, from diriger ("to run, to direct"), from Latin dirigere, present active infinitive of dīrigō ("direct, steer") (Wiktionary)
“As a unifying Europe asserts its regulatory muscle, its entrepreneurs are in flight to the United States, where they are less subject to what the French call dirigisme, or direction by bureaucrats.”
“I had to switch over to Merriam Webster on line to look up "dirigisme".”
“Government intervention could manage to limit the credit decline to less than 10%, at the cost of more capital injections, further longer-term guarantees of liabilities, tolerance of higher leverage within socialized banks, and not a little credit "dirigisme," i.e., directing banks to lend.”
“Specifically, she sold off national assets at obscenely undervalued prices, while subjecting the rest of the public sector (forty per cent of the economy) to an unprecedented level of central government 'dirigisme' (and not in the goodw ay used on my blog, before anypone chips in with that one).”
“Specifically, she sold off national assets at obscenely undervalued prices, while subjecting the rest of the public sector forty per cent of the economy to an unprecedented level of central government 'dirigisme'.”
“He speaks openly of his firm belief in the virtues of "dirigisme" and the Kremlin's strong "manual control.”
“But governments are now "part of bank management so may limit credit losses to less than 10%, Roche believes, but a a cost - more capital injections, further longer-term liability guarantees, tolerating higher leverage in" socialized banks, "plus more than a little" dirigisme, "or directing banks to lend.”
“In finance as in agriculture, the EU could become a promoter of dirigisme and trade distortion rather than a vehicle for free trade.”
“But it does seem to excite admiration among Western pundits with a soft spot for economic dirigisme and technocratic politics.”
“Erdogan's story illustrates the West's political dirigisme of the Islamic sphere -- which has backfired so often elsewhere.”
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