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.
Under statist land regimes, on the other hand, rising competition for land finds political expression in tensions between state-sponsored settlers and indigenes.
Some advocates of capitalism dismiss the entire left-right political spectrum, saying that both left and right are statist and that capitalists should reject this spectrum and speak in terms of individualism vs.
Summary: Emmanuel Macron may have been elected the next president of France, but he is still a long way from being able to implement his plan to transform France from a statist, rigid and sputtering economy into a Scandinavian-style powerhouse, in which populists return to the margins of political life.
Winiecki presents readers with a comprehensive examination of the statist systems and strategies, arguing that they have failed economically while describing the successes of free-market economic systems.
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.
Instead they proposed a statist solution that would constrain Catholic access to government.
Though inward-looking, coalitions seek to preserve allocations to statist and military-industrial complexes, resisting external pressures for liberalization.
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.