corporatism

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control of a state or organization by large interest groups

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The economic system that actually evolved over the following decades bore only a slight resemblance to the corporativist ideal.
Eventually, appealing already to certain educated classes who had remained a little reserved came the prestige of the political leader, the organizer of the constitution and the corporativist regime.
It is no surprise, then, that an ethically principled (and occasionally overreaching) functionalist like Gaetano Ciocca would thrive on plans for guided roadways and railways with propeller-driven vehicles, even as he attempted to realize the goals of a corporativist "third way" between capitalism and communism, between public and private sectors.
These unions were headed by PRI-approved leaders who guaranteed their workers' votes in return for economic favors and political positions in a corporativist system that, by and large, kept labor stable and disciplined.
For example, Giancarlo Pellegrini examines what Ferrarese professors had to say about corporativism and corporativist law in the 1930s.
Between the anthropological and corporativist senses of "the global," there are no doubt many connections, some of which have begun to surface in art and art talk.
When labour was finally incorporated (following growing mobilization of urban workers during World War II) it was under the auspices of a right-wing nationalist, corporativist regime.
The central message of this long, and at times tedious, book is that the economic crisis afflicting Argentina is the product of a corporativist system that, over the years, has burdened the economy with excessive regulations, as well as misguided and self-serving policies.
The success of the 2010 electoral backlash against Obama affirmed ALEC's localism strategy, giving momentum to a host of corporativist coups d'etat, from Republican union-busting opposition to collective bargaining in Wisconsin, to reactionary anti-immigration laws in Arizona and Alabama, to the wholesale takeover of local governments in Michigan, to an onslaught of anti-voting rights legislation passed in more than half the states in the Union leading up to the 2012 election.
As Baldoli elaborates in the following chapter, "Toward a Corporativist Community: the Fasci italiani all'estero in Britain, 1935-37," the new agenda of Fascism included preparing for war against Britain, now considered the true enemy (67).
On the eve of the presidential elections in summer 2000, it seemed that Mexico's s unions were slowly coming out of the old corporativist structure.