Institutionalization


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Institutionalization

The gradual domination of financial markets by institutional investors, as opposed to individual investors. This process has occurred throughout the industrialized world.

Institutionalization

A situation in which institutional investors come to provide the vast majority of liquidity in the market, to the point that it is difficult for individual investors to participate.
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This article also makes an analytical distinction between the effects of party banning on party institutionalization and democracy.
The latter implies that legislative institutionalization takes different configurations depending on the institutional design and the exchanges between the legislature and the environment (especially the party system), all of which determine an upper limit for the institutionalization of a legislature (11).
The institutionalization is considered either a dichotomous phenomenon that may appear or not (21) (Sartori 1976) or a process through which parties and party systems transform and make steps towards becoming institutionalized or the reverse (Mainwaring and Torcall 2006, 206).
Institutionalization: Definition, institutionalization of family businesses, and some current studies in Turkey
Institutionalization has been defined as programs or organized rules, including formal structure and culture which govern organizational environment (Jepperson, 1991; Friedland & Alford 1991; Scott 1991; Tolbert & Zucker, 1996; Meyer & Brian, 1991; DiMaggio & Powell, 1991; Boisot, 1996).
Preoperative markers of frailty strongly correlated with institutionalization," Dr.
Of course, the most urgent consideration is selecting the optimal time frame for this kind of analysis, as Farrar-Myers explains: "[O]ne that is too early may not uncover sufficient coordinated scripts for analysis, but in a later period the coordinated scripts may be so well established that they also do not fully reflect the institutionalization process" (p.
3) The essay continues with references to "institutionalized language," "institutional frameworks," "institutional exhibition topics," and describes one of the "essential features of Modernism" as the "impulse to criticize itself from within, to question its institutionalization.
As reported by HealthDayNews, these family caregivers experience significant anxiety and depression upon institutionalization of a relative with dementia; their use of tranquilizers for anxiety increases, and nearly half of the caregivers in the study were at risk for developing clinical depression.
As she insists, the evidence also indicates that women's participation in high politics did not vary directly with the relative stability or formal institutionalization of government (see in particular pp.
The institutionalization of this idea resulted in the equation of term 'social welfare' with the public social services.