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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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Although the relationship between employee socialization and innovative behavior has been explored, voice behavior as an outcome of institutionalized socialization tactics has been insufficiently examined (Bauer & Erdogan, 2012).
A sample of 350 institutionalized elderly and 200 non-institutionalized elderly were randomly selected.
By the time BEIP was begun in 2000, the Romanian government had begun reuniting children with their birth families, cutting Romania's institutionalized population in half.
The institutionalized participants ranged in age from 55 to 95 years of age with a mean age of 82.
The present study was planned to assess and compare the well-being of institutionalized and non-institutionalized elderly.
He and his colleagues found that children placed in foster care were less likely to have an emotional disorder than were children who were institutionalized, but no significant differences were found between the prevalence of behavioral disorders between the two groups.
No matter how public in placement, immaterial, transitory, relational, everyday, or even invisible, what is announced and perceived as art is always already institutionalized, simply because it exists within the perception of participants in the field of art as art, a perception not necessarily aesthetic but fundamentally social in its determination.
In conclusion, Ginsburg added, "Should inmate requests for religious accommodations become excessive, impose unjustified burdens on other institutionalized persons, or jeopardize the effective functioning of an institution, the facility would be free to resist the imposition.
Once implemented and institutionalized, the processes have yielded good results.
Where the Greeks institutionalized homosexual behavior, sexual perversion was taboo in the Roman Republic.
WASHINGTON -- Medicare managed care plans, known as Medicare Advantage, can now design targeted plans for low-income and institutionalized patients.
The researchers state that their study is the first to confirm the link between bacterial colonization of dental plaque and lower respiratory infection in institutionalized patients using molecular genotyping.