cartelism

cartelism

(ˈkɑːtəˌlɪzəm)
n
the practice of forming cartels

cartelism

the practice of controlling production and prices by agreements between or among international companies. — cartel, n.
See also: Economics
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It is not really clear in this book that the basis of the New Deal was emergency workfare, reduced workweeks, promotion of both collective bargaining and cartelism to raise wages and prices and, with the partial demonetization of gold, to induce modest inflation.
He added: "This is good news for consumers that concerns I have voiced for some time about cartelism now are being taken seriously.
Protectionism regime has also disadvantage in its implications for the consumers who are deprived of choices, and forced to endure the afflictions of cartelism, due to the state-patronised monopolies.
Distributing codes of cartelism and collective bargaining were supposed to raise prices and wages, profits and incomes.
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His cartelism in agriculture and industry boosted their producer prices without costing them anything but their individualism.