Definition of financialization in English:

financialization

Syllabification: fi·nan·cial·i·za·tion
Pronunciation: /fəˌnanCHələˈzāSHən, fī-
 
 
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noun

The process by which financial institutions, markets, etc., increase in size and influence: the financialization of the US economy
More example sentences
  • The big bang of the 1980s unleashed the financialization of British capitalism that demanded the City be free of regulation.
  • In many ways, the debt-fueled housing bubble was the financialization of America carried to its logical conclusion.
  • What has gone relatively unremarked by economists is how financialization of the economy has transformed the idea of saving.

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