corpocracy

[ kawr-pok-ruh-see ]
/ kɔrˈpɒk rə si /

noun, plural cor·poc·ra·cies.

a corporate bureaucracy.
a company characterized by bureaucracy.
a government run like a corporate bureaucracy.
a society in which corporations have much economic and political power.

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Origin of corpocracy

First recorded in 1935-40; blend of corporate or corporation + -cracy

OTHER WORDS FROM corpocracy

cor·po·crat·ic [kawr-puh-krat-ik], /ˌkɔr pəˈkræt ɪk/, adjective
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