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Mandate

Allocation of funds to an investment manager to be managed for a specific purpose or style. Also refers to the formal appointment to advise on or arrange a project financing.

Mandate

1. See: Order.

2. The appointment of a person to make arrangements for the financing of a project.
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Political, rather than scientific, consensus over the effectiveness of mandated services is an important ingredient of health insurance mandate laws.
In contrast, Gruber (1994b) improved methodologically on these earlier studies by using within-state variation to estimate the effect of mandates on ESI coverage, but did not find an effect of mandated benefits on coverage.
The state mandated objectives may be there for students to achieve, but there is room and time for other kinds of objectives to be emphasized in teaching and learning.
One agency's approach to lesson plan design includes facilitating adult learning, incorporating different teaching methods, recognizing varying learning preferences, and meeting the mandated requirement on annual firearms training.
Even more curious is that the former non-self-governing mandated territory of Palestine, which was seen fit to be divided into two separate and distinct self-governing territories only thirteen short years earlier, was not affected by the passing of this resolution; indeed, the passing of Resolution 1514 would have been a convenient moment for the U.
After the discussion, therapists were asked to discuss mandated reporting in general.
The implicit assumption in these debates is that the more employees end up paying for a mandated benefit through lower wages, the less they gain from having the benefit mandated.
According to CAHI's research, over the last twenty years the number of state mandated benefits has grown to 2,262.
How can the IRS ensure the independence of Appeals (as mandated by RRA) while intimating that valuation disputes--which are inherently factual--can be resolved in a formulary, cookie-cutter manner?
Mandated benefits mimic another mainstay of hidden taxation: corporate income taxes.
Unalaska, Alaska, an isolated fishing community in the Aleutian Islands which has grown from 243 residents in 1970 to its present population of 3,825, described three environmental projects mandated by the federal government that were expected to cost more than $16 million.