- noun the economic theory that consumer purchasing power should be increased either by subsidizing producers so that they can lower prices or by distributing the profits of industry to consumers.
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Social Credit — is a socio economic philosophy wherein consumers, fully provided with adequate purchasing power, establish the policy of production through exercise of their monetary vote.cite book |title=Credit Power and Democracy |last=Douglas |first=C.H.… … Wikipedia
Social Credit — ist eine ökonomische Theorie, aus der sich in den 1920er Jahren eine soziale Bewegung entwickelte. Die kanadische Bewegung für den Social Credit war ihr bedeutendster Zweig, aber die Ideen hatten auch in einigen anderen Ländern Erfolg. Eines… … Deutsch Wikipedia
social credit — noun a political and economic philosophy originated by which envisages an aristocracy of producers, serving and accredited by a democracy of consumers .<ref name= Douglas CP D > Credit Power and Democracy by C.H. Douglas (1933); The Social… … Wiktionary
Social Credit — Econ. the doctrine that under capitalism there is an inadequate distribution of purchasing power, for which the remedy lies in governmental control of retail prices and the distribution of national dividends to consumers. * * * … Universalium
social credit — /soʊʃəl ˈkrɛdət/ (say sohshuhl kreduht) noun the doctrine that the state should control retail prices, and profits should be distributed among consumers … Australian English dictionary
social credit — noun Usage: usually capitalized S&C : a doctrine that the capitalist system does not distribute sufficient income to keep itself in operation and that national dividends should be declared for consumers to assure a high level of consumption … Useful english dictionary
Social Credit Party of Canada — Parti Crédit social du Canada Former federal party Founded 1935 ( … Wikipedia
Social Credit Party of Alberta — Basisdaten Gründungsjahr: 1935 Ausrichtung: Konservatismus Populismus Social Credit Religiöse Rechte … Deutsch Wikipedia
Social Credit Party — war der Name verschiedener Parteien, welche die Theorien von Social Credit umsetzen wollten: In Kanada: Social Credit Party of Canada Social Credit Party of Alberta British Columbia Social Credit Party Manitoba Social Credit Party Social Credit… … Deutsch Wikipedia
Social Credit-National Unity — was the label used by Harry Watson Arnold when he ran in the 1940 federal election in Canada. Arnold ran in the riding of Saskatoon City. Arnold had been a Social Credit Party of Canada candidate in the 1935 election. While, in 1940, most Social… … Wikipedia