I don't know for sure.
Priests are given special authority and are ontologically changed during and after ordination. On the diocesan or parish level if proper canonical authority itsn't given or respected there would be chaos because someone will fill the void of authority whether that person has the authority or not.
Clericalism to me is when a bishop does not intervene in the case of the abuse of authority by a priest to either reprimand him, transfer him, suspend him or laicize him. But in all of this there must be due process. And if a bishop isn't faithful to his canonical authority, the Vatican needs to have structures in place to intervene and do the same.
It seems to me that the greatest clericalism of our age is "make it up as you go" Catholicism or the ideology that pastoral theology can be dogmatized. Thus a priest who makes himself the superstar of the parish, manipulates the liturgical rites of the Church to make himself the center, ad libs the words of the liturgical rites to suit his own fancies, this is clericalism and the clericalism of the bishop is that he doesn't intervene to correct or reprimand this sort of clericalism.
All one has to do is experience a Mass in the Ordinary Form and one in the Extraordinary Form to know what liturgical clericalism is and it isn't the fact that in the EF Mass the priest does it all; it is because in the OF Mass that Mass can be as different as different as the many priests who celebrate it are.
WHAT IS YOUR EXPERIENCE OF CLERICALISM?