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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcorporatismcor‧po‧ra‧tis‧m /ˈkɔːpərətɪzəm $ ˈkɔːr-/ noun [uncountable]  the power and influence that large corporations have
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corporatismWas the fiscal constitution corrupted and if so was it by Keynesianism or by corporatism?The Activist Confederations were to be associate members who were to disseminate the belief in corporatism throughout the community.In liberal corporatism the institutional distinctiveness of the state becomes obscured.Economic policy Research on corporatism has largely been confined to the level of the political centre of the nation state.She began to re-write Tory policy on tax, on public spending, on welfare, on corporatism.In this situation it is argued that corporatism, or tripartism, better captures the reality of crucial state-interest-group relations.Before getting to grips with the corporatism as such, it is worth looking at the idea of the local state.Schmitter concludes: What corporatism means for state and society has been the subject of an extended debate in recent years.
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