The concept of fungibility
has also been deployed to undercut private insurance coverage of abortion.
In his work "Taterschaft und Tatherrschaft", published in the year of 1963, Claus Roxin presented, originally, as the conditions to characterize the control over the organization, a rigidly hierarchical structuring of the power apparatus, its dissociation in relation to law and a fungibility
of direct executors of the crime (24).
One must emphasize that the consumption represents a quality of the good related to its form of use while fungibility
represents only a connection that one good may have with another one or another ones.
We found that resource fungibility
had a positive moderating effect on the formation of capabilities.
in assessing aid: Red herring or true concern?
We will work with Nasdaq Dubai to ensure fungibility
with our planned dual listing.
That said, this chapter is still an introduction to the subject, laying out the basics of global oil-market fungibility
well, but treating the question of oil interdependency from the perspective of climate change and with a slightly alarmist tone of "peak oil.
He says enterprises will be willing to trade some fungibility
for a more efficient system - albeit one in which the x86 system morphs to include some proprietary technologies and the customer buys the integrated package from IBM.
and competition among execution platforms;
When coupled with a precise understanding of equipment fungibility
, utilization and availability, unit tracking becomes a major advantage to the companies in the supply chain and, ultimately, to the end-customer.
You could miss it amidst all this thinking and writing and banking: the fluidity, the liquid fungibility
of Lederer's world.
Another major problem found in the relationship between lotteries and education funding involves the fungibility
of lottery revenues (Mikesell and Zorn, 1986; Spindler, 1995; Garrett, 2001; and Campbell, 2003).