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one who is occupied with or expert in large-scale financial affairs

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a conservative advocate of capitalism

of or relating to capitalism or capitalists

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favoring or practicing capitalism

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According to an SDPI press release, he said: 'This capitalist model has failed to conserve environment and ensure sustainable livelihood.
In a systematic outline of the constellation and functioning of the capitalist system, Reuten explains the relations, institutions, and processes that are necessary for the continued existence of the capitalist system--that is, the capitalist economy as interconnected with the capitalist state.
Inherently, the capitalist system generates strikes, lockouts, and various forms of labour disputes which whilst they last are extremely wasteful to the economy.
The first part of the book covers the four C's of capitalist dynamics: competing, combining, controlling, and capturing.
Saving Capitalism from the capitalist by Hartmut Elsenhans argues that a lack of perception of the progressive aspects of capitalism has resulted into policy measures that have frequently been defeated.
But still, this tended to lead to a celebration of her character rather than a rediscovery of her theory of capitalist breakdown (1).
Capitalist Globalization: Consequences, Resistance and Alternatives, by Martin Hart-Landsberg, Monthly Review Press, New York, 2013, 223 pages, ISBN-978-1-58367-352-2, $15.95.
Social Bases of Resistance" (January/February 2014), Swedish sociologist Goran Therborn writes that through the 19th and 20th centuries, all the way to the 1970s, the social base of capitalist resistance has been the industrial working class.
In a typical production process a capitalist buys capital goods from earlier capitalists, pays original factors (land and labor) to work on the goods over time, and sells them in the future to a later capitalist and earns the interest rate return.
As a video supplement to a recent New York Times article makes clear, the corporate press has already made up its mind on how the story of Cuba's economic liberalization is bound to end: "In a state defined by all-consuming communism for the past 50 years, capitalist change comes in fits and starts, and only at the pace that the government is willing to allow."
Zulfikar Ghose in The Murder of Aziz Khan has tackled the issues arising out of the working of the capitalism and the operation of the capitalist ideology.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian First Vice-President Mohammad Reza Rahimi took the world capitalist powers responsible for the rising threats and decadence of environment in the world.
It primarily refers to the United States of America but the implications of its discourse are not limited to that nation, and could be highly relevant to any scholar interested in the processes of materialization in other capitalist systems.
It was ultimately through the introduction of unfree labour to Swan River in 1850 that capitalist social relations were able to advance, and almost 10,000 convicts were relocated to the location by 1868, when transportation ceased (Battye, 1924: 197).
Beyond the global capitalist crisis; the world economy in transition.