Meaning of welfarist in English:

welfarist

noun & adjective

See welfarism

  • ‘The big players in the global economy, not to mention the Bretton Woods institutions simply will not like a government which implements expensive welfarist policies of this kind.’
  • ‘My position is ultimately that these debates between the social welfarist position and the individual's philosophy are all very interesting, but they're ultimately quite arid.’
  • ‘In practice, however, rather than replacing the old structures of juvenile justice, the new welfarist principles were simply grafted onto them.’
  • ‘He had been attracted to the welfarist ideas of William Beveridge in Britain.’
  • ‘They are, broadly, the pluralistic, democratic and welfarist institutions of the modern state.’

Pronunciation

welfarist

/ˈwɛlfɛːrɪst/