Definition of Reform-minded
1. Adjective. Favoring or promoting reform (often by government action).
Category relationships: Administration, Governance, Governing, Government, Government Activity
Similar to: Liberal
Derivative terms: Progressive, Progressiveness, Progressivity, Reformist
Lexicographical Neighbors of Reform-minded
Literary usage of Reform-minded
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Troubled Birth of Russian Democracy: Parties, Personalities, and Programs by Michael McFaul, Sergei Markov (1993)
"... Gorbachev and his reform faction within the CPSU leadership encouraged informal political activity as a means to help elect reform- minded deputies, ..."
2. New York and the New Europe: A Guide to Business OpportunitiesBusiness & Economic (1994)
"New reform-minded governments have passed constitutional amendments and other ... FOREIGN INVESTMENT LEGISLATION reform-minded governments in Eastern Europe ..."
3. Regulatory Reform in the United States by Scott H. Jacobs (1999)
"There are common themes in what reform-minded states are doing. Most, for example, are opening choice to all end- users at the same time, ..."