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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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Based on experience and lessons learnt from previous support to capacity building for MDG monitoring and report, in the UNDP proposed project "MDGs monitoring and reporting - An institutionalized framework for monitoring, advocating and advising, and South-South cooperation", UNDP will collaborate with other national partners, UN agencies and other international partners to support the Vietnamese government to institutionalize MDG monitoring and reporting framework, which will contribute to improvement of quality of social development policies as well as promote South-South cooperation in order to achieve MDG and social development goals in a timely manner.
He called for an end to fraudulent clubs; proper institutionalized restructuring of national cricket so genuine clubs can flourish and identify national talent to give it proper opportunity.
The implications are wide ranging, not just for institutionalized children but also for children exposed to abuse, abandonment, violence during war, extreme poverty and other adversities.
But we need to be institutionalized about nuclear energy.
In institutionalized older adults, the stifled environment may be mutually patterned with lower field energy and a decrease in the frequency of the experience of humor.
As a result of over-concentration of both the international community and the Afghan government on counter-warlordism, Afghan democracy never found the opportunity to be institutionalized between the years 2001 and 2006.
A control group of 72 children who had never been institutionalized was matched for age and gender.
In the late 1980s, a new trend emerged that offered less institutionalized healthcare settings, modeled after hotels and providing hospitality-oriented services.
Nearly forty years after their first appearance, the practices now associated with "institutional critique" have for many come to seem, well, institutionalized.
A state prison inmate brought a [section] 1983 action against prison officials for the alleged violation of his rights under the First Amendment Establish Clause and the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act (RLUIPA).
Some 60,000 persons, financed with a six billion dollar budget, Keefe says, filter electronic transmissions to monitor terrorist communications and sometimes information for multinational corporations, all under a cover of institutionalized secrecy.