corporatist corporatist  /ˈkɔr pə rə tɪst/


  1. (n) a supporter of corporatism
  2. (adj) of or relating to corporatism


  1. I think that the corporatist and anti-populist moderate-right faction still holds power: the centrists.
  2. America, he wrote, was moving to a greater concentration of power and wealth in a new Big Business-Big Government partnership, a new form of corporatist fascism.
  3. But when corporatist dems seem equally disinclined to represent Americans' interests, when we're waiting on change we can believe in for decades.


  • Thomas Friedman's Still Writing About His Daughter's College Roommate

    Last week, mustache-stroking corporatist sloganeer Thomas Friedman used his immensely valuable column space in the New York Times to write a love letter to a company run by his daughter's college roommate. Could Thomas Friedman possibly top that for sheer laziness and nepotistic indulgence? But of course. Read more...        
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Gawker


  1. Barry Diller, a friend of Eisner's who has known him since they worked together at ABC decades ago, said: "If you are a corporatist for 38 years, and one at a senior level for 30-something of those years and in a position of CEO of Disney, which is...
    on Nov 23, 2008 By: Barry Diller Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "What he is, is a corporatist," Paul said. "And, unfortunately, we have corporatists in the Republican party. And that means you take care of corporations, and corporations take over and run the country. We see it in the financial...
    on Apr 11, 2010 By: Ron Paul Source: Daily Caller

  3. "We have to be absolutely clear that this tragedy-which is part natural, part unnatural- must, under no circumstance, be used to, one, further in debt Haiti, and, two, to push through unpopular corporatist policies in the interest of our...
    on Jan 14, 2010 By: Naomi Klein Source: NEWS JUNKIE POST

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