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  • n. The privatization of a publicly-owned organization
  • n. The imposition of corporate values or practices; commercialization


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  • Moving government owned assets or functions into corporate hands, as with Blackwater, Halliburton, and the conglomerates now controlling public highways, prisons, and drinking water systems is "corporatization," not the soft imagery of going

    Words in the service of corporate masters.

  • Over the weekend, the NYT's hand wringing editorial over the "corporatization" of university research has sparked debate in the patent community see Patently-O, Patent Docs, Patent Hawk, IPBiz.

    Why Academia Takes Profits Over Wonder

  • Beijing's real agenda since the late 1990s has been "corporatization," or creating state giants that can compete with Western multinationals, says Donald Clarke, an expert on Chinese law at George Washington University.

    The New State Capitalists

  • With all the consolidation and "corporatization" that's happened to the publishing industry, not to mention the evolution of media in general and its impact on how publishing works, literary agents in particular have it much harder these days than they did in the '60s, '70s, and '80s.

    Ain't We got Fun!

  • Transmission (electricity grid), and Eskom Enterprises (non-core and unregulated businesses) - and the "corporatization" of the utility by mid-year.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The "corporatization" of Western universities has led to an increased focus on efficiency at the expense of social justice because education is approached as an enterprise, history professor Russell Rickford said at Thursday's teach-in. | America's Oldest College Newspaper. Founded 1799.

  • Education, which is a defense of indoctrination (the "lost soul" in the title refers to the alleged "corporatization" of the university and its interests).

    Schrecker and Me at Brandeis - David Horowitz - Townhall Conservative

  • The 'corporatization' of the FF reigns supreme ...

    College Hockey News from CHN

  • It is also about the 'corporatization' of what is usually called the 'commons'.

    The Seminal :: Independent Media And Politics

  • ASUR controls a total of a dozen Mexican airports, and exemplifies the "corporatization" which has transformed the drug trade in the same process of vertical integration and market consolidation which has left, in other large industries, like automobiles, a handful of global multinational players dominating market share worldwide.

    Madcow Morning News


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