Definition of corpocracy in US English:

corpocracy

noun

US
  • Originally: corporate governance; the dominant culture or cultural dominance of large commercial organizations; (later also) corporate bureaucracy; the internal organization of a large company, especially characterized as overly hierarchical, bureaucratic, or conservative.

Origin

1930s. From corp- + -cracy.

Pronunciation

corpocracy

/kɔːˈpɒkrəsi/