Institutionalization


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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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AOT is more accurately called Involuntary Outpatient Commitment (IOC), under which someone with a serious mental health condition is court-mandated to follow a specific treatment plan, usually requiring medication and resulting in their institutionalization if they refuse.
Shady's hiring is one of several developments falling in the category of institutionalization as we look to back our team at the firm and subsidiary levels with the systems, policies and procedures they need to manage risk as they grow their businesses.
I would say that after 24 years the process of institutionalization is mostly complete and can be rated overall as highly successful.
However, because he frames those dangers in terms of a largely Habermasian account of the threat to art's critical function posed specifically by the hegemony of other systems and value spheres, Zuidervaart does not alleviate the concern that the danger to art's critical authority arises from the dynamics of institutionalization as such.
GE-nay continued his criticism and said the institutionalization will put a TL 150,000 burden on the club every month.
Following this, the Department of Human Services will review the program's effectiveness at reintegrating participants back to their life before hospitalization, and preventing unnecessary institutionalization of these physically disabled or mentally ill persons.
Spirit needs institutionalization to be effective in time and in the incarnate world.
Scripted for Change: The Institutionalization of the American Presidency.
Butcher and Piehl find that the difference in institutionalization rates is not due to a policy of getting tougher on immigrant criminals by, say, expanding the crimes that can lead to deportation (as Congress did in the 1990s).
It does not go into the broken marriages, violent outbursts and institutionalization that came later in her life.
This model postulates that effective intervention requires not only intensive supervision and services after institutional release but also a focus on reintegration during incarceration and a highly structured and gradual transition between institutionalization and aftercare.
But assessments of the institutionalization of institutional critique and charges of its obsolescence in an era of mega-museums and global markets founder on a basic misconception of what institutional critique is, at least in light of the practices that have come to define it.