[ kam-er-uh-list, kam-ruh- ]
/ ˈkæm ər ə lɪst, ˈkæm rə- /
any of the mercantilist economists or public servants in Europe in the 17th and 18th centuries who held that the economic power of a nation can be enhanced by increasing its monetary wealth, as by the accumulation of bullion.
Origin of cameralist
Related formscam·er·a·lism, noun
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