corporatism

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control of a state or organization by large interest groups

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The Roosevelt administration, she added, "envisages a federation of industry, labor and government after the fashion of the corporative State as it exists in Italy.
Pombal's bid for economic self-sufficiency, Salazar's corporative state, and the colonial ambitions of these and other rulers are examined in the context of related developments elsewhere in Europe.
1934, 101] Stackelberg recommended the corporative state, a scheme of economic organization like that of fascist Italy, which supposedly yields outcomes in the interests of the nation as a whole.
Although Stackelberg's strictly political writings ended with the dissolution of his youth group in 1933, in the area of economic policy he continued for several years to express strong support for the corporative state [1935b; 1935c] and limited autarky [1936].