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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of marketize.

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Examples

  • The system has become "marketized" in the sense that its participants need increasingly to think of themselves in business terms.

    The New College Chaos

  • The system has become "marketized" in the sense that its participants need increasingly to think of themselves in business terms.

    The New College Chaos

  • This feature of de-marketized communities and regions is not unique to Britain.

    How Big Government Killed Britain's Regions

  • In this way, for all practical purposes, many communities and whole regions — such as the North East and North West of England and Wales — are "de-marketized."

    How Big Government Killed Britain's Regions

  • But in a thought-provoking article last month for The Wall Street Journal Europe, "How Big Government Killed Britain's Regions," former U.K. economics official Warwick Lightfoot argued that years of high public-sector wage and benefit settlements had "de-marketized" labor costs in the U.K.'s regions — Wales, Scotland, northern Ireland and the north of England.

    Is Egypt Hopeless?

  • To determine whether a government service should be marketized, Goldsmith and his aides conducted the Yellow Pages test.

    John Petro: The Mayor's New Right Hand Man

  • Like the chartered companies of earlier periods, the roving bandits, mercenaries and guerrilas controlling resource zones seek, protect and expand their commerce in a manner in that demonstrates that violence is has not been de-democratized, de-marketized and de-territorialized, contrary to international law's premise that States have a monopoly of violence.

    Gathii on Public/Private Resource Wars

  • The city of Washington is an extreme case of this marketized world.

    When Newspapers Peddle Influence

  • And you can see other countries in Asia, in Africa, even in Latin America looking at the Chinese model, if you will, of a one-party state and a marketized economy as a potential model for their future.

    CNN Transcript Nov 16, 2009

  • The city of Washington is an extreme case of this marketized world.

    Thomas Frank: When Newspapers Peddle Influence

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