economistic


Related to economistic: economics, ecumenism, determinism

economistic

(ɪˌkɒnəˈmɪstɪk)
adj
(Economics) of or relating to economics or finances: economistic issues.
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The justification for tuition fees (and hence mushrooming debt) may be a brutally economistic one, but it is also apparently a progressive one--at least for the time being.
In Purdy's view, our notion of citizenship is mired in an economistic, anti-civic culture, and campaign finance reform must be part of a larger program of revitalizing democratic culture.
Among the many virtues of these analyses is that they have helped to politicize, albeit in economistic terms, the human subject named "student worker.
And unions themselves demonstrate differing forms and intensities of engagement with social change activism: some are relatively bureaucratic and economistic (focused mostly on the business of negotiating and managing collective agreements), and may not see themselves as a 'social movement' at all.
RAJAGOPAL, supra note 22, at 232 ("Given its colonial legacy, statist and anti-tradition bias, economistic method, and deep imbrication with the development discourse, human-rights discourse remains, at best, a partial, fragmentary, and a sometimes-useful tool of mobilization--not by any means a sole language of resistance and emancipation for oppressed social majorities around the world.
It is further suggested that policies designed to mitigate the problem of housing affordability will continue to founder until the economistic, neoliberal assumptions and presuppositions on which they are based are recognised and a number of political and ideational obstacles are addressed.
Thus, for example, he would strike down laws forbidding polygamy because, in his economistic view, they constitute an "anti-competitive restriction that protects some religions at the expense of others.
Wilson extensively rely on this economistic model in their hard-line analysis of crime.
Economistic liberals such as Friedrich Hayek, Milton Friedman, and their allies may not be conservative--Hayek famously refused the label--but they have surely shaped conservatism.
I would venture to state that in Peters's handbook--albeit distorted in economistic terms--one can disclose a timely understanding of fragility as the tendential trait of our everyday life.
The mainstream way of convincing and persuading people is an economistic way of seeing things.
Okano-Heijmans (Netherlands Institute of International Relations "Clingendael" Research Institute) describes "how Japan attempts to employ its economic strength for political purposes and its diplomatic influence for economistic objectives.