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 (kôr′pər-ə-tĭv, -pə-rā′tĭv)
1. Of, relating to, or associated with a corporation.
2. Of or relating to a government or political system in which the principal economic functions, such as banking, industry, labor, and government, are organized as corporate entities.


(ˈkɔːpərətɪv; -prətɪv)
1. of or characteristic of a corporation
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (of a state) organized into and governed by corporations of individuals involved in any given profession, industry, etc


(ˈkɔr pəˌreɪ tɪv, -pər ə tɪv, -prə-)

of or pertaining to a political system under which the principal economic functions, as banking, industry, and labor, are organized as corporate entities.
Sometimes, corporate.
[1825–35; < Late Latin]
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Reciprocity is, in this case, burdened by several negative notions, such as egoism, self-interest, illusion, fiction, masque, calculability, and corporativism.
To contend that corporativism has emerged and advanced is not to say that it has triumphed.
So-called corporativism is merely the next chapter in the story of the tragically failed legacy of reform liberalism.
Thus, military corporativism, especially in the beginning of Israeli history, was due not to a drive for endless expansion, as it was with Nazi Germany, but rather to the need for basic survival.
The Governance regimes oscillate between clientelism and corporativism which is then visible in neo-liberal pro-growth forms of urban governance.
Right-wing utopias and antisocialist pseudo-utopias shaped the worldview of the petty bourgeoisie by affirming industrial power, productivism, and class collaboration (as opposed to class conflict) and successfully amalgamated these elements into a program of national corporativism.
Schmitter quien indica que resulta mejor el uso del vocablo corporate y corporatism antes que corporative y corporativism.
4) Lanzillo corresponded with the most prominent theoreticians of French revolutionary syndicalism as well as with Georges Sorel, on whom he wrote a book, which outlined the Italian style of corporativism.
As Mises explains, under a system of all-around monopolistic privileges (under corporativism or the guild system), there is nothing left of a market economy.
He concludes with a criticism towards syndicalism and corporativism (Human Action, pp.