statist


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stat·ism

 (stā′tĭz′əm)
n.
The practice or doctrine of giving a centralized government control over economic planning and policy.

stat′ist adj. & n.

statist

(ˈsteɪtɪst)
n
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) an advocate of statism
2. (Statistics) a less common name for a statistician
3. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) archaic a politician or statesman
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) of, characteristic of, advocating, or relating to statism
Translations

statist

[ˈsteɪtɪst] ADJ (Pol) → controlado por el estado

statist

adj (Pol) → staatlich
References in classic literature ?
A nation of men unanimously bent on freedom or conquest can easily confound the arithmetic of statists, and achieve extravagant actions, out of all proportion to their means; as the Greeks, the Saracens, the Swiss, the Americans, and the French have done.
A national equilibrium cabinet following Frangiyeh's accession to the presidency is bound to re-launch the statist process and the political, security and constitutional balance this might entail, he argued.
It matters very little, then, who runs collectivism or Big Government; the important point is the existence of masive statist institutions, which can be readily adapted to whichever group takes power, and hence to the control ling and repressing of the subject pop lation.
Though inward-looking, coalitions seek to preserve allocations to statist and military-industrial complexes, resisting external pressures for liberalization.
The executive said the Japanese "want to go back to the past, with a statist culture," and said they "hardly invested in the company in 50 years (and) are more concerned with selling technology and equipment.
Statist is likely more useful than "radical" or "left," since state intervention for the purposes of capital accumulation is the hallmark strategy in what Alex Gerschenkron labeled as late developers, which can be self-avowedly radical (Russia) or conservative (Prussia).
Motion pictures with strong pro-American, patriotic, capitalist, antisocialist, anti-Communist, and antistatist content and values make much more money per film than those with strong anti-American, anti-patriotic, welfare statist, Marxist, secular, atheist, leftist, radical feminist, and/or very strong perverse content or values reflecting an anti-human view.
Part II develops a partial critique and a partial defense of both statist and cosmopolitan theories, whereas in part III Ypi presents her version of statist cosmopoltanism and avant-garde political theory.
Turkish Premier started his speech criticizing Turkey's strong statist traditions by referring historic examples.
He argues, persuasively, that in spite of the prevailing doctrine that neoliberalism was followed by a region-wide surge of statist reforms, the economic policies instituted across Latin America vary widely.
All the more ludicrous that the latest statist plan is from someone who calls himself a "liberal".
And Burkean conservatives in Eastern Europe must compete not only with the nationalist far right but also with other rightwing groupings that are statist but not explicitly ethnocentric, such as Hungary's Fidesz party.