Definitions

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  • n. the theories and practices of the cameralists

Etymologies

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From German, from Latin, based on Ancient Greek roots.

Examples

  • (Understandably, since after all it was Frederick the Great who gave us cameralism.)

    Hitler’s Democracy « Isegoria

  • A threat to the bi-cameralism of UK government without proffered, let alone discussed, resolution of relations between the chambers.

    MPs to Vote on Lords Reform

  • One thing I did say back in July though was that we shouldn't be afraid of genuine bi-cameralism in this country, and hopefully this represents that realisation.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • For OECD data on social programs and inequality, this literature finds that proportional representation and more parties leads to higher levels of spending, and that federalism, bi-cameralism, and divided government lead to lower levels of spending.

    La Profesora Abstraida

  • Dispersion is higher in governments with federalism, bi-cameralism (that's 2 houses in the legislature), and the use of referendums.

    La Profesora Abstraida

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