free-marketeer

free-marketeer

n
(Economics) economics a person who is in favour of a free market
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Le Maire is a free-marketeer and a heavyweight in the LR party, which he has urged to cooperate with the 39-year-old president while others refuse such an alliance.
A free-marketeer and the youngest European Union leader at 35, Roivas is likely to be best placed to form a new coalition, even if the Centre Party wins the most votes.
With the US and China both now finally taking action on their domestic emissions, and the possibility of a new global agreement at the UN climate talks in December 2015, now is definitely not the time to give up the fight--unless, that is, you're a free-marketeer with an ideological opposition to market intervention.
The fear in 2002, when Tessa Jowell posed as a croupier to publicise A Safe Bet for Success, the government response to the Gambling Review Report of 2001 chaired by the noted free-marketeer Sir Alan Budd, was that a wave of American-style and American-owned supercasinos would swamp the land.
Not, for the record, that Nordhaus is any kind of extreme free-marketeer.
A partnership between the free-marketeer Monti and radical leftists who support Bersani could be uneasy, analysts warn.
It is surely obvious to even the most fervently blind free-marketeer that private companies are wholly unsuited to running any form of public service, as their only motivation is self-interest.
Stone appears more consistent until you remember that he is a free-marketeer, and that the hypercharged neo-liberal economy he proposes is going to need a variety of global labour flows--Indian computer programmers this year, Nigerian nurses the next--in order to remain competitive.
Orthodox environmentalists use market failure theory to show that the free-marketeer position is flawed, whereas free-marketeers point out that orthodox environmentalists cannot prevent various failures of the legal system.
There, in 1999, free-marketeer Fernando de la Rua defeated Peronist Senator Eduardo Duhalde for president.
But as a strict free-marketeer, he thinks conservatives have "a soft spot in their heads" when it comes to nukes.
In California, Draper--a free-marketeer who considers public education "socialistic"--is opposed by a diverse anti-voucher coalition of educators, parents, elected officials, business groups, Republicans and Democrats, taxpayer advocates, ethnic minorities, seniors, and community activists.