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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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Stressing the government's keenness to institutionalize the role of media spokespersons, Al Sharif urged the spokespersons to forge good relations with media outlets as well as journalists.
In developing, implementing and assessing its strategic plan for community service-learning, the California State University has made tremendous strides to institutionalize community service-learning.
As you know, accountability is the vehicle that converts words into action, and measuring behavioral change can be the communication tool to institutionalize accountability.
On the other hand, the Palestinian Authority managed to institutionalize an authoritarian (benign or otherwise) system of politics with all its structures, policies, institutions and control.
Going forward, we will take two concrete steps to institutionalize oversight of the IRS.
While it may be reasonable to speak of "reciprocal obligations" as a voluntary matter, an individual ethic that is praiseworthy on its own terms, you get the uneasy feeling reading the communitarian followers of Lasch that they would not hesitate, if they had the power, to try to institutionalize their vision of noblesse oblige.
The House of Representatives has approved on third and final reading a measure that will institutionalize nationwide industry cluster-based programs and projects thru inter-local cooperation and people's participation.
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must not institutionalize de facto unions, thereby giving them a status similar to marriage and the family, nor much less make them equivalent to the family based on marriage.
When Hirsch speaks of common knowledge as a way to foster scholastic success, he is really asking that schools institutionalize a system that replicates and enforces his values: traditions and mores of the white elite male.
In their efforts to institutionalize the state, politicians increasingly relied on coercion to enforce their authority internally, and dependence on external powers to maintain authority regionally.