economistic

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economistic

(ɪˌkɒnəˈmɪstɪk)
adj
(Economics) of or relating to economics or finances: economistic issues.
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Moreover, understandings of financial freedom and security are constituted not only by economistic calculations of average life expectancies, but also socio-cultural constructs underpinning everyday attitudes towards money (Maurer, 2006; Zelizer, 1993, 1994).
This dispute over the value of the transition programme is a telling illustration of economistic thinking in relation to parenting and education.
After Human Rights begins by acknowledging the narrative of human rights popularized in the 1980s and 1990s, which coincided with the end of the Cold War and the 'return to a liberal-democratic ethos' (1) also referred to as "third wave democratization", a policy-making ideological machine that would raise Western European and US American economistic, neo-liberal ideals and plans above the just demised 'monster of socialism'.
The environmental economy scheme is a strengthening of the neoliberal political one, being a novel stage in the long movement of the enclosures of the common: it is component of a political scheme wherein green decision-making moves from political governance mechanisms (Bratu, 2016a, b) to economistic ones and logic.
Crucially, this must not be understood in narrowly economistic terms, but as a cultural phenomenon too.
Framing the problem of mass incarceration in terms of highly economistic language has political ramifications that extend far beyond penal policy.
He takes Horkheimer's 1939 essay, "Die Juden und Europa," as his point of departure, in order to demonstrate the limits of Horkheimer's economistic approach to antisemitism and how this analysis became more complex and compelling over the course of the 1940s.
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.
Such arguments, and the economistic picture they presuppose, risk undermining the original preservationist project, or turning it into something else.
For me, too much of what counts as the Left in education is either overly economistic and formulaic or simply rhetorical.
Notably, plenty of authors who have written under the banner of colonial modernity have been thoroughly invested in understanding this modernity as an ambivalent sociocultural condition and ideal, complexly and problematically shared across the colonial milieu, rather than equating it with economistic modernization that may only "succeed" or "fail.
Rosmini was certainly a vigorous critic of utilitarianism and, more generally, was undoubtedly distrustful of economistic explanation in the fashion of what Hayek deemed "the pretence of knowledge.