etatism


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etatism

a form of state socialism.
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The trend to stronger etatism can be seen today in the European Union, which Conquest describes as an attempt to build a state from populations that have neither the historical nor ethnic qualifications for nationhood.
26) As Chaudhry has convincingly argued, the etatism of the 1950s to the 1970s blunted the emergence of a functioning market economy in the late-developing countries of MENA and elsewhere.
It is interesting to note that etatism may lead to more or less political rights and political participation for women.
Although overwhelmingly Muslim, Turkey enjoys a strict separation between state and religion under the Kemalist concept of secularism and etatism.
Health Care Reform in the Netherlands: Balancing Corporatism, Etatism, and Market Mechanisms.
Then a modern republic of Turkey was set up by Mustafa Kemal Pasha, who became known as Ataturk (the father of the Turks) and imposed a Western-influenced secular ideology known as Kemalism and the concept of a nation-state called etatism - as opposed to the Islamic concept of "the Umma" (God's nation under a theocracy or caliphate).