dirigisme

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from French dirigisme, from diriger ‎(to run, to direct), from Latin dirigere, present active infinitive of dīrigō ‎(direct, steer)

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  • IPA(key): /dɪˈriːdʒɪzəm/
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Noun[edit]

dirigisme ‎(countable and uncountable, plural dirigismes)

  1. Any economy in which the government exerts a strong directive influence, often with substantial, but not all, of the characteristics of a centrally planned economy.
    "These agents, for the same distributional and paternalistic reasons that motivated many of the socialist experiments in economic dirigisme, may seek to use political authority to modify, at least in part, the results of the market system."; James M. Buchanan in The Minimal Politics of Market Order, pp. 222, 1991; Cato Journal 11:2.

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

diriger +‎ -isme.

Noun[edit]

dirigisme m ‎(plural dirigismes)

  1. dirigisme (politico-economic doctrine)