Meaning of corporativism in English:

corporativism

See synonyms for corporativism

noun

See corporative

‘Economically, this is the hallmark of the different varieties of socialism, whether you call it communism, fascism, Marxism, mercantilism, corporativism, or what have you.’
  • ‘Jan Myrdal is right when he identifies corporativism in the cultural sector as the greatest and most immediate threat to freedom of expression and artistic quality in Sweden.’
  • ‘This session raises the question of the elites and corporativism in different parts of the Iberian world, in other words, Spain, Portugal and various Latin American countries.’
  • ‘Large interest organisations are not to be found in the lobby, perhaps because they have direct access to the power elites even after the end of corporativism.’
  • ‘The Principles set out a number of attractive goals: cooperative management-labor relations, an end to union corruption and corporativism, and enhanced economic performance.’