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What is SOCIAL CORPORATISM? What does SOCIAL CORPORATISM mean? SOCIAL CORPORATISM meaning
What is SOCIAL CORPORATISM? What does SOCIAL CORPORATISM mean? SOCIAL CORPORATISM meaning
Published: 2016/08/28
Channel: The Audiopedia
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Here's The Difference Between Capitalism And Corporatism
Published: 2009/03/10
Channel: The Young Turks
Interest Groups: Crash Course Government and Politics #42
Interest Groups: Crash Course Government and Politics #42
Published: 2015/12/19
Channel: CrashCourse
Corporatism Explained
Corporatism Explained
Published: 2016/07/06
Channel: Marshal Ironsides
Capitalism vs. Corporatism
Capitalism vs. Corporatism
Published: 2011/06/11
Channel: Andy Jones TV
What is CORPORATISM? What does CORPORATISM mean? CORPORATISM meaning, definition & explanation
What is CORPORATISM? What does CORPORATISM mean? CORPORATISM meaning, definition & explanation
Published: 2017/04/07
Channel: The Audiopedia
Community vs corporatism.
Community vs corporatism.
Published: 2015/11/17
Channel: School Of Life
Corporatism Revisited
Corporatism Revisited
Published: 2017/07/08
Channel: Marshal Ironsides
Corporatism Explained
Corporatism Explained
Published: 2011/11/21
Channel: defnug66
Ben Shapiro on Corporatism, talks about Trump
Ben Shapiro on Corporatism, talks about Trump's Carrier deal, and Obama's failed job package
Published: 2016/12/07
Channel: Dissenter
What we have today is CORPORATISM, not CAPITALSM
What we have today is CORPORATISM, not CAPITALSM
Published: 2012/07/20
Channel: EMPOWERMENTalist
What is Corporatism ?
What is Corporatism ?
Published: 2016/02/02
Channel: The Center Right Shield
Ralph Nader democratic corporatism
Ralph Nader democratic corporatism
Published: 2014/09/29
Channel: Athbhreith Athbheochan
How to be a Conservative: Corporatism
How to be a Conservative: Corporatism
Published: 2013/11/01
Channel: Joel Reed
United Corporatism: A Social Documentary
United Corporatism: A Social Documentary
Published: 2011/01/24
Channel: Adrian Mazurek
Is Libertarianism really corporatism?
Is Libertarianism really corporatism?
Published: 2013/08/13
Channel: Ryan Dawson
What is TRIPARTISM? What does TRIPARTISM mean? TRIPARTISM meaning, definition & explanation
What is TRIPARTISM? What does TRIPARTISM mean? TRIPARTISM meaning, definition & explanation
Published: 2016/09/04
Channel: The Audiopedia
The Corporatist Vs. The Fascist
The Corporatist Vs. The Fascist
Published: 2016/06/13
Channel: Mike Malloy
Corporatism kills
Corporatism kills
Published: 2017/02/24
Channel: DanHannan
Liberty Chronicles, Ep. 6: The Road from Serfdom...to Corporatism
Liberty Chronicles, Ep. 6: The Road from Serfdom...to Corporatism
Published: 2017/06/06
Channel: Libertarianism.org
Monopoly Social Media Corporatism - Keiser Report - RT
Monopoly Social Media Corporatism - Keiser Report - RT
Published: 2017/06/06
Channel: Sunshine Bright
Corporatism rules the world
Corporatism rules the world
Published: 2012/01/05
Channel: D33Lux
Euro-Corporatism
Euro-Corporatism
Published: 2016/01/20
Channel: DanHannan
The Progressive-Corporatist Defeat
The Progressive-Corporatist Defeat
Published: 2016/11/11
Channel: Louis Le Vau
IMMORTAL TECHNIQUE ON GOVERNMENT CORPORATISM
IMMORTAL TECHNIQUE ON GOVERNMENT CORPORATISM
Published: 2012/12/09
Channel: TRUTH TALK NEWS
Corporatism Meaning
Corporatism Meaning
Published: 2015/04/27
Channel: ADictionary
The World is a Slave to Under the Table Corporatism Tax, Siphoning Social Rights into Profit.
The World is a Slave to Under the Table Corporatism Tax, Siphoning Social Rights into Profit.
Published: 2010/03/17
Channel: Steve Mulford
[252] A Libertarian and a Marxist response to the power of corporatism
[252] A Libertarian and a Marxist response to the power of corporatism
Published: 2014/12/09
Channel: Boom Bust
The Corporatist Coup
The Corporatist Coup
Published: 2016/12/14
Channel: Louis Le Vau
Have Most Democrats Become "Social-Issues Corporatists?"
Have Most Democrats Become "Social-Issues Corporatists?"
Published: 2013/07/09
Channel: The Big Picture RT
Why Corporatists Require Progressives
Why Corporatists Require Progressives
Published: 2017/01/18
Channel: Louis Le Vau
Capitalism vs. Socialism and the switch to Corporatism
Capitalism vs. Socialism and the switch to Corporatism
Published: 2016/03/15
Channel: The Layman Idealist
Corporatism in a Nutshell
Corporatism in a Nutshell
Published: 2014/03/13
Channel: John Strong
Corporatism | The early progressive view of big business
Corporatism | The early progressive view of big business
Published: 2011/08/14
Channel: ExigentFilms
Capitalism vs Corporatism vs Socialism
Capitalism vs Corporatism vs Socialism
Published: 2017/04/29
Channel: Alt Right Gossip Vlogger
Political Ideology: Crash Course Government and Politics #35
Political Ideology: Crash Course Government and Politics #35
Published: 2015/10/17
Channel: CrashCourse
Jay Dyer on Bilderberg, Corporatism and "Stupid Libertarianism"
Jay Dyer on Bilderberg, Corporatism and "Stupid Libertarianism"
Published: 2015/06/15
Channel: thkelly67
Social Media with Phillip Quay and NZ Corporatism with keith Stewart Vinny Eastwood Show Jan 9 2012
Social Media with Phillip Quay and NZ Corporatism with keith Stewart Vinny Eastwood Show Jan 9 2012
Published: 2012/01/10
Channel: Vinny Eastwood
Sage of Quay Radio - Anita Whitney (Part 1) - The Web Of Corporatism (Oct 2015)
Sage of Quay Radio - Anita Whitney (Part 1) - The Web Of Corporatism (Oct 2015)
Published: 2015/10/13
Channel: The Sage of Quay Radio Hour
Neoliberal Weapons of Mass Disruption & Corporatism w/ the Economic Hit Man
Neoliberal Weapons of Mass Disruption & Corporatism w/ the Economic Hit Man
Published: 2017/07/26
Channel: goingundergroundRT
Free Market and Corporatism-Difference Explained Once and for All
Free Market and Corporatism-Difference Explained Once and for All
Published: 2011/02/16
Channel: Akatam0t0ma
Use Intuition To Survive Sado-Masochistic Corporatism
Use Intuition To Survive Sado-Masochistic Corporatism
Published: 2015/06/22
Channel: Activism of Care
LibertyCommand Episode 37 11/23/15 #thanksgiving #socialism #corporatism
LibertyCommand Episode 37 11/23/15 #thanksgiving #socialism #corporatism
Published: 2015/11/24
Channel: LibertyCommand
Social Media with Phillip Quay and NZ Corporatism with keith Stewart Vinny Eastwood Show Jan 9 2012
Social Media with Phillip Quay and NZ Corporatism with keith Stewart Vinny Eastwood Show Jan 9 2012
Published: 2015/10/31
Channel: Vinny Eastwood
Corporatism and Western Christianity
Corporatism and Western Christianity
Published: 2011/02/07
Channel: siegeay
Ralph Nader talks presidential candidates and corporatism
Ralph Nader talks presidential candidates and corporatism
Published: 2012/04/17
Channel: CBS News
Neo-Liberalism: The Ideology behind Contemporary Globalization
Neo-Liberalism: The Ideology behind Contemporary Globalization
Published: 2009/03/15
Channel: Battle4cry
London
London's prostituted 2012 Olympics - Corporatism more like Nazi 1936 than London 1948
Published: 2012/06/12
Channel: PublicEnquiry
Capitalism v Communism v Socialism v Fascism v Corporatism
Capitalism v Communism v Socialism v Fascism v Corporatism
Published: 2016/04/10
Channel: Jason Blake
UN Agenda 2030 Karl Marx Social Justice Sustainable Development Corporatism - Property Rights 2010
UN Agenda 2030 Karl Marx Social Justice Sustainable Development Corporatism - Property Rights 2010
Published: 2017/07/04
Channel: Satura X Patriōta - SG LIBERTY NETWORK ALERT
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Social corporatism (also called Social democratic corporatism)[1] is a form of economic tripartite corporatism based upon a social partnership between the interests of capital and labour, involving collective bargaining between representatives of employers and of labour mediated by the government at the national level. Social corporatism is a major component of the Nordic model of capitalism, and to a lesser degree, the West European social market economies.[2]

Corporatism is considered a compromise to regulate the conflict between capital and labour by mandating them to engage in mutual consultations that are mediated by the government,[3][4] and is generally supported by nationalist[5] and social democratic political parties.

Social corporatism developed in the post-World War II period, influenced by social democrats and Christian democrats in European countries such as Austria, Norway, the Netherlands, Germany and Sweden.[6]

Social corporatism has been adopted in different configurations and to varying degrees in various European countries. The Nordic countries have the most comprehensive form of collective bargaining, where trade unions are represented at the national level by official organizations alongside employers unions. Together with the welfare state policies of these countries, this forms what is termed the "Nordic model". Less extensive models exist in Germany and Austria, which are components of Rhine capitalism.

Positions[edit]

Position on class conflict: class compromise[edit]

Some controversy has existed in the political left over social corporatism, where it has been criticized for abandoning the concept of class struggle, legitimizing privately owned enterprise, and for lending credence to a form of regulated capitalism.[7]

Others on the left counter these criticisms by claiming that social corporatism has been progressive in providing institutional legitimacy to the labour movement that recognizes the existence of ongoing class conflict between the bourgeoisie and the proletariat but seeks to provide peaceful resolutions to disputes arising from the conflict based on moderation rather than revolution.[8] Thus proponents of social corporatism consider it a class compromise within the context of existing class conflict.[9]

In the 1930s, social democracy was labeled social fascism by the Third International, which maintained that social democracy was a variant of fascism because, in addition to their shared corporatist economic model, they stood in the way of transitioning to socialism and communism.

History[edit]

1930s–1970s: Norway, Sweden, and Austria[edit]

The development of social corporatism began in Norway and Sweden in the 1930s and was consolidated in the 1960s and 1970s.[10] The system was based upon the dual compromise of capital and the labour as one component and the market and the state as the other component.[10] Social corporatism developed in Austria under the post-World War II coalition government of the Social Democratic Party of Austria and the Austrian People's Party.[11] Social corporatism in Austria protects private property in exchange for allowing the labour movement to have political recognition and influence in the economy, in order to avoid the harsh class conflict that plagued Austria in the 1930s.[12]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Hicks 1988.
  2. ^ Rosser & Rosser 2003, p. 226: "Liberal corporatism is largely self-organized between labor and management, with only a supporting role for government. Leading examples of such systems are found in small, ethnically homogeneous countries with strong traditions of social democratic or labor party rule, such as Sweden’s Nordic neighbors. Using a scale of 0.0 to 2.0 and subjectively assigning values based on six previous studies, Frederic Pryor in 1988 found Norway and Sweden the most corporatist at 2.0 each, followed by Austria at 1.8, the Netherlands at 1.5, Finland, Denmark, and Belgium at 1.3 each, and Switzerland and West Germany at 1.0 each."
  3. ^ Peter J. Katzenstein. Corporatism and change: Austria, Switzerland, and the politics of industry. Ithaca, United States: Cornell University Press, 1984 (first publication), 1987 (first printing). P74-75.
  4. ^ Moschonas 2002, pp. 63–69.
  5. ^ R.J. Overy 2004. page 614
  6. ^ Moschonas 2002, p. 64.
  7. ^ Moschonas 2002, pp. 65–69.
  8. ^ Moschonas 2002, p. 69.
  9. ^ Moschonas 2002, p. 70.
  10. ^ a b Moschonas 2002, p. 65.
  11. ^ Katzenstein. 1984 (first publication), 1987 (first printing). P73.
  12. ^ Katzenstein. 1984 (first publication), 1987 (first printing). P75.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Hicks, Alexander (1988). "Social Democratic Corporatism and Economic Growth". The Journal of Politics. University of Chicago Press. 50 (3): 677–704. ISSN 0022-3816. JSTOR 2131463. 
  • Moschonas, Gerassimos (2002). In the Name of Social Democracy: The Great Transformation, 1945 to the Present. Translated by Elliott, Gregory. London: Verso Books. ISBN 978-1-85984-639-1. 
  • Rosser, J. Barkley; Rosser, Marina V. (2003). Comparative Economics in a Transforming World Economy (2nd ed.). Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press. ISBN 978-0-262-18234-8. 

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