Centralization (noun)

The process of bringing things or power under central control or management.


From the late 17th century. from centralize, from french centraliser, from medieval latin centralizare, from centralis ("central") + -izare (frequentative suffix). .


  1. The centralization of the company's operations has improved efficiency and reduced costs.
  2. Centralization of decision-making authority in the government can lead to a concentration of power.
  3. Many companies are moving away from centralization towards a more decentralized structure.
  4. The centralization of the world's wealth has led to income inequality.
  5. Centralization of power can result in decreased innovation and stifled creativity.
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