He's been called a sexist, misogynist, chauvinist, narcissist, fascist, nativist, corporatist
, anti-Islamist, supremacist, conspiracist, jingoist (yes, I had to look that one up), egoist, alarmist, extremist, lover of a certain well-known communist and sadist.
Yes, she is in favour of reducing regulation and cutting taxes, but far from the corporatist
approach of the state managing the economy by defending vested interests, Truss is a champion for "disruptors".
In their essay "The Road to Crony Capitalism" in this issue of The Independent Review, Michael Munger and Mario Villarreal-Diaz ask whether "corporatist
cronyism" is a natural tendency of capitalist economic systems set within democratic political systems.
All this is of course a matter of indifference to Remainers slavishly bound to the corporatist
bureaucracy of the EU and its poverty while claiming leftist compassion for the people of Britain!
All this is of course a matter of complete indifference to British Remainers who are slavishly bound to the corporatist
bureaucracy of the EU and its poverty - while claiming leftist compassion for the people of Britain!
Confederate Political Economy: Creating and Managing a Southern Corporatist
At the same time, the publication aims to test whether the democratic corporatist
media model (Hallin & Mancini, 2004) still applies to the Nordic region.
Studying the Redwood Wars demonstrates how local activists on the North Coast of California developed a litigation campaign to discredit and destroy the Progressive-Era corporatist
system in order to better consider non-commercial forest resources in the regulation of private timber land.
Salazar founded and led the Estado Novo (new state), the corporatist
authoritarian government that ruled Portugal until 1974.
Under monetary union, economies without export-sector assisting corporatist
entities lost effectiveness compared with their corporatist
neighbors, experienced incessantly escalating trade/current account deficits (Popescu et al., 2016), and depended massively on global borrowing, as soon as EMU eliminated prior limitations that enabled sheltered employers to supply wage moderation.