Self-selection


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Self-selection

Consequence of a contract that induces only one group to participate.

Self-Selection

A situation in which only one person or group can take advantage of a contract.
References in periodicals archive ?
Equation (1) is then estimated by using OLS, including among the regressors the variable used to adjust for self-selection bias, LAMBDA, which is obtained from the probit model.
The second set of constraints is the self-selection constraints for insurers, such that insurers should not have incentives to offer wrong contracts to policyholders.
Several comparisons between the self-paced and collaborative-group results are reported here, including self-selection choice, average pretest-posttest quiz performance, average performance on course activities, overall performance in the course, and final grades.
Third place is held by Nurofen for Children, containing ibuprofen, an ingredient whose 3% share of sales has tripled over the past year, fuelled by the self-selection `sachet' sector.
Grocery is being helped by the fact that new product development is favouring the self-selection, herbal sector and this currently accounts for 44% of category sales.
The SDX-300 provides simple web-based login via service portals customized for specific users and locations, and dynamic self-selection of the additional PWLAN services through personalized web portals.
The number three player in the market with brands such as Setlers and Tums reports that while self-selection is playing an increasingly important role, the need for advice and support from a pharmacist, particularly the first time symptoms are present, is underpinning pharmacies' 60.
another term is that it must be avoided that interview dates is controlled by self-selection.
The solution gives customers the freedom of choosing services from a self-selection portal that deploys the selected services within a few seconds.
Each group was then provided with a self-selection buffet, including a variety of foods in ample quantity, and the amount of energy they then freely consumed was analysed and compared.