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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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The following analysis shows how the institutionalisation in the new post communistic democracies can be researched on three separate levels, showing that the process can be strong in one aspect of institutionalisation, but weak in another.
The conference will focus on themes as the rationale and theoretical foundations of parliamentary groups, the organisation and internal functioning method of parliamentary groups, rights and powers of these groups, parliamentary groups as tools of political diversity's institutionalisation, means allocated to parliamentary groups and the challenges related to parliamentary groups' reinforcement.
"Aile igletmelerinin kurumsallagma duzeylerinin belirlenmesine yonelik kargilagtirmali bir arastirma" [A comparative study of the level of institutionalisation of family-run enterprises], The Journal of Institute of Social Sciences, Selcuk University, Vol.21, pp.497-507.
Washington, July 28 (ANI): Review and analysis of previous research has indicated that delirium in elderly patients is associated with an increased risk of death, dementia, and institutionalisation.
It pays particular attention to five aspects of role analysis: role conceptions, origins of roles, role institutionalisation, role performance and role impact.
Yet, the institutionalisation of individuals in barbaric, dirty and dangerous conditions still goes on today.

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