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stakeholdership

Definitions

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  • noun The state or office of a stakeholder.

Etymologies

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stakeholder +‎ -ship

Examples

  • Increased productivity depended not only on the wages paid to workers, but also on "stakeholdership", Labour Minister Tito

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The American phrase for what we want from China, at least back in the Clinton administration, was "responsible stakeholdership."

    China's power, and how they use it

  • When it comes to dealing with China's Communist Party, every U.S. diplomat's favorite catch phrase is "responsible stakeholdership" -- the idea that the more engaged China is with the rest of the world, the better a global actor it will become.

    Page Turners

  • Anyway , in our elections your stakeholdership will not be challenged if only voting.

    Mayor Sam's Hotsheet for Thursday

  • I'm not saying your dream of Insap small-stakeholdership is foolish or impossible.

    Sagittarius Whorl

  • The combination of private Wealth and State funds to achieve the industrial innovations of more advanced aviation is a remarkable factor that shows how Citizens and State share stakeholdership in forging ahead.

    Kottu

  • After enough pounding, people may be persuaded to play along, but instead of making good citizens, we create a mass of infantilized individuals whose prime reason for following the rules is not a sense of participation or stakeholdership, but punishment avoidance.

    Ales Rarus

  • Through this interactive forum, the Ministry of Environment and Forest will broaden environmental stakeholdership through environment of more and more partners.

    dailyindia.com News Feed

  • After enough pounding, people may be persuaded to play along, but instead of making good citizens, we create a mass of infantilized individuals whose prime reason for following the rules is not a sense of participation or stakeholdership, but punishment avoidance.

    Ales Rarus

  • I think, as a start, we might look at such programs for slavery’s descendants—a bond is literal stakeholdership in America.

    NAACP Reparations Effort Legit or Shakedown?

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