[ fi-nan-shuh-luh-zey-shuhn, fahy‐ ]
/ fɪˈnæn ʃə ləˈzeɪ ʃən, faɪ‐ /
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an increase in the role of financial institutions, markets, and executives in a nation’s economy, and its subsequent dominance over the traditional economics of industry and agriculture: The forces of modern financialization have become irresistible.
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OTHER WORDS FROM financializationfi·nan·cial·ize, verb (used with or without object), fi·nan·cial·ized, fi·nan·cial·iz·ing.
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There is also a more profound risk to financialization, with water as the ultimate example.Money should flow like water … but should water be like money?|dzanemorris|December 9, 2020|Fortune