etatism


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etatism

a form of state socialism.
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To do this, Ataturk developed the combination of his ideology and thought, framed by six principles: nationalism, republicanism, secularism, reformism, populism, and etatism.
Secularism, republicanism, nationalism, populism, reformism, and etatism composed the six pillars of Ataturk's Westernization theory (Kemalism) and regime.
It was as incompatible with etatism as was free trade.
See, among others, David Brandenberger, 'Proletarian Internationalism, 'Soviet Patriotism' and the Rise of Russocentric Etatism during the Stalinist 1930s', in Left History 6, 2, 2000, pp80-100.
Note that this is not simply a response to National Socialism (which, Foucault points out, was in any case the rule of a party not of a state) but to the far longer history of etatism in Germany--Weimar, World War I's planned economy, Bismarck, polizei, cameralism, and so forth.
Regional Policy Process in Turkey Period Sub-Period Pre-planned Etatism Period (1923-45) Period (1945-1960) Liberal Period (1945-60) Planned Earlier regional Period (1960-2000) development experiences (1960-1970) Recession process in regional activities (1970-1985) Regeneration process in regional activities (1985-2000) Ongoing Planned The start of EU Progress, followed accession process by EU membership (2000-2006) efforts (2000-onwards) Europeanization process (20072013) Period Characteristics of Institutional Dimension Pre-planned --closed, protectionist and Period (1945-1960) inward-looking approaches --neglecting institutional dimension on regional scale.
Kemalism, is generally understood to comprise six major principles, namely: republicanism, nationalism, populism, etatism (i.
9) This experiment was interrupted with etatism in the early 1930s in the wake of the global economic recession, which continued to determine the public policy discourse up until the transition to multiparty politics in the 1950s.
Health Care Reform in the Netherlands: Balancing Corporatism, Etatism, and Market Mechanisms.
To make the trouble worse, there are two additional factors currently undermining the Arab state: One is a neo-liberal dogma, which generally preaches an end to etatism and a free liberated, borderless corporate world.
Before 1980 the country adopted economic liberalism, etatism, and import substitution industrialization policies, in that order.