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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The fundamental advantage of this theoretical point is that the authors do not expect parties to achieve some state of "perfect institutionalization" in all dimensions simultaneously, thus depicting the asynchronous nature of the institutionalization process (see Arter, Kestila-Kakkonen, 2014).
One of the ways in which these forms of inconsistency can be overcome is through the process of norm institutionalization, which entails greater regulation of the behavior of key actors.
This article also makes an analytical distinction between the effects of party banning on party institutionalization and democracy.
The institutionalization part started slowly and jerkingly with the establishment of the local stock exchange but it took many years before this became a meaningful, functional institution.
To demonstrate that the Korean party system presents a challenge to the aggregative conceptualization of party system institutionalization, I take the following steps: First, I provide a theoretical discussion of why Mainwaring and Scully--and the literature on party system institutionalization in general--understand stability of interparty competition and party organization to be connected in a linear fashion.
That art is currently in the stage of wholesale global institutionalization makes Zuidervaart's account of its relation to justice and democracy invaluable.
Yyldyrym took the podium and said that institutionalization is required for the future of Fenerbahce, which, he argued, had been managed like a grocery store before.
Legislative scholars have researched legislative institutionalization through intensive field work in several legislatures, e.g.
The article begins with a review of the concept of institutionalization, identifying the position of the current article in the existing theoretical debates.
The following section deals with the other component of this study: the institutionalization of family businesses.
Institutionalization of human resources management (HRM) policies and practices refers to an organizational environment, where formal systems and structures within the organization are respected and followed.
The goal is to successfully reintegrate persons with mental illness and physical disabilities back into the community, preventing unnecessary institutionalization. 20 ILCS 2407/60.