- Blend of plutocracy and economy, from Ancient Greek roots πλοῦτος (ploutos, "wealth") + νόμος (nomos, "law") (English -nomy). (Wiktionary)
“Perhaps one reason that societies allow plutonomy is because enough of the electorate believe they have a chance of becoming a Pluto-participant," he wrote back then.”
“Another surprising disclosure is an internal Citigroup memo that claims that the US doesn't have an economy, but a "plutonomy" -- an economy based primarily on spending by the very rich.”
“Including the disaster capitalists who, in Naomi Klein's book, thought that they could own the world and simply jet away from all natural disasters to some well-appointed, "plutonomy" - friendly desert island.”
“The division of the world into rich and poor, what Citigroup describes as a "plutonomy and everyone else," worries even big financial services companies oCAHP93ivtdBcGtNdYL%2FGPh%2B8LHufM13xzhRMKrDPDWB1DlkkdhmK4UQ8wiYASgmNrkmgELjBSklED67kpphnQ%3D%3D @SashaHalima Facebook's plan to share users' home addresses, phone numbers:”
“Michael Moore's movie "Capitalism, A Love Story" brought attention to a concept known as "plutonomy," referring to economic growth that is powered and consumed entirely by the wealthy.”
“If you want to read the Citigroup "plutonomy" memo (which I highly recommend), go here.”
“And someone like Kucinich doesn't have a shot in the oligarchic system capitalism has managed to set up as its political branch (Moore refers to a Citigroup document praising it as "plutonomy").”
“It’s called a plutonomy, where the economy is managed for the welfare of the rich.”
“The very concept of capitalism, Moore declares in the film, is the problem because it inevitably leads to a system where the richest few control the means of production as well as the levers of power -- leading to a "plutonomy," a term used in a leaked Citigroup memo from”
“In a "plutonomy", according to Citigroup global strategist Ajay Kapur, economic growth is powered by and largely consumed by the wealthy few.”
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