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Corporate statism, state corporatism, or simply corporatism, is a political culture and a form of corporatism closely related to fascism whose adherents hold that the corporate group which is the basis of society is the state. The state requires all members of a particular economic sector to join an officially designated interest group. Such interest groups thus attain public status, and they participate in national policymaking. The result is that the state has great control over the groups, and groups have great control over their members.

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  • Ständestaat
  • Corporate statism
  • Negara korporasi
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  • Der Ständestaat (auch Korporationenstaat) ist ein politisches Konzept des 20. Jahrhunderts, als im ideologischen Rückgriff auf die vormoderne Ständeordnung diverse antiliberale Theoretiker und Regimes, vorwiegend vor einem katholischen Hintergrund, die „ständische“, d. h. auf Gruppenzugehörigkeit basierende korporatistische Neuordnung der zeitgenössischen Staaten und Gesellschaften und die Abschaffung des Parteienpluralismus anstrebten.
  • Negara korporasi (bahasa Inggris: Corporate State) adalah negara dimana sebagian besar ekonomi dikendalikan oleh pemerintah. Rujukan lain menyatakan bahwa negara korporat adalah suatu sistem pemerintahan dimana perusahaan-perusahaan dagang dan profesi merupakan landasan dari masyarakat. Negara korporasi adalah suatu pengelolaan negara secara fungsional, dimana pemberi kerja dan pekerja dalam satu bidang tertentu tergabung dalam korporasi (corporations), sindikat (syndicates), atau serikat (guilds) untuk mengatur berbagai urusan di bidangnya.
  • Corporate statism, state corporatism, or simply corporatism, is a political culture and a form of corporatism closely related to fascism whose adherents hold that the corporate group which is the basis of society is the state. The state requires all members of a particular economic sector to join an officially designated interest group. Such interest groups thus attain public status, and they participate in national policymaking. The result is that the state has great control over the groups, and groups have great control over their members.
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  • Der Ständestaat (auch Korporationenstaat) ist ein politisches Konzept des 20. Jahrhunderts, als im ideologischen Rückgriff auf die vormoderne Ständeordnung diverse antiliberale Theoretiker und Regimes, vorwiegend vor einem katholischen Hintergrund, die „ständische“, d. h. auf Gruppenzugehörigkeit basierende korporatistische Neuordnung der zeitgenössischen Staaten und Gesellschaften und die Abschaffung des Parteienpluralismus anstrebten.
  • Corporate statism, state corporatism, or simply corporatism, is a political culture and a form of corporatism closely related to fascism whose adherents hold that the corporate group which is the basis of society is the state. The state requires all members of a particular economic sector to join an officially designated interest group. Such interest groups thus attain public status, and they participate in national policymaking. The result is that the state has great control over the groups, and groups have great control over their members. As with other political cultures, societies have existed historically which exemplified corporate statism, for instance as developed by Othmar Spann and Benito Mussolini. Corporate statism most commonly manifests itself as a ruling party acting as a mediator between the workers, capitalists and other prominent state interests by institutionally incorporating them into the ruling mechanism. Corporatist systems were most prevalent in the mid-20th Century in Europe and later elsewhere in developing countries. According to this critique, interests, both social and economic, are so diverse that a state cannot possibly mediate between them effectively through incorporating them. Social conflicts go beyond incorporated dichotomies of labor and capital to include innumerable groups. Furthermore, globalization presents challenges, both social and economic, that a corporate state cannot sufficiently address because these problems transcend state borders and approaches. It therefore differs from Corporate nationalism in that it is a social mode of organization rather than an economic nationalism through private business corporations.
  • Negara korporasi (bahasa Inggris: Corporate State) adalah negara dimana sebagian besar ekonomi dikendalikan oleh pemerintah. Rujukan lain menyatakan bahwa negara korporat adalah suatu sistem pemerintahan dimana perusahaan-perusahaan dagang dan profesi merupakan landasan dari masyarakat. Negara korporasi adalah suatu pengelolaan negara secara fungsional, dimana pemberi kerja dan pekerja dalam satu bidang tertentu tergabung dalam korporasi (corporations), sindikat (syndicates), atau serikat (guilds) untuk mengatur berbagai urusan di bidangnya.
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