Self-selection


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Self-selection

Consequence of a contract that induces only one group to participate.

Self-Selection

A situation in which only one person or group can take advantage of a contract.
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This appears to avoid social desirability bias; even so, there is no reason to think that we have avoided a self-selection problem.
Self-selection bias is particularly concerning when the selection effect influences the responses collected; thereby reducing the generalizability of the results of the study (relatedly see Chandler, Paolacci, Peer, Mueller, & Ratliff, 2015).
McNinch et al state "In at-risk populations, the keys to encouraging an optimal student response to literature and reading are self-selection and the use of extrinsic motivators.
"(Laxatives) should not be available for self-selection from pharmacy shelves or online stores and purchases should only be made following consultation with the pharmacist," Johns said.
The data were generated 'independent of any study, without recourse to questionnaires or personal logging through diaries or wearable sensors, and without the associated limitations (cost, human-power, etc.) and biases (recall, inclusion, self-selection, etc.),' he noted.
These will be analysed using advanced applications of hazard regression, logistic regression, OLS regression and structural equation models, which take into account the multilevel and multi-actor structure of the data and issues of endogeneity and self-selection. The project will provide major new insights into migration, immobility and labour-market outcomes, and input for better predictions and policies concerning migration, population growth and decline, ethnic segregation, labour-market flexibility and family support.
The switch to OTC status was supported by postmarketing safety data; consumer studies data, which included a label comprehension study, a self-selection study, and an "actual use" study; and data from a "maximal use" study submitted by the manufacturer.
In the Rothschild-Stiglitz equilibrium, the contracts (specifying for both types of individuals a pair of premium and insurance coverage associated to each self-insurance effort) offered at Stage 2 act as a self-selection mechanism.
He discusses the impact of open borders and productivity spillovers, as well as the social capital of immigrants; the evolution of immigration policy in the US; factors involved in the self-selection of immigrants; whether their economic well-being improves over time; what happens to their descendants; their impact on the labor market; economic benefits; the fiscal impact; and lessons learned from the evidence.
At the end of follow-up, 74 percent of the prepackaged group achieved a five percent weight loss, compared with 53 percent of the self-selection group.
Under FCPF governance mechanism, CSOs have the privilege of running self-selection process to elect their four regional representatives from across world i.e.
An objective was set at the beginning of this research project to observe how reading strategies and self-selection worked to change students' negative perceptions of reading as well as how such reading strategies and self-selection could be used to promote engagement and motivation to enrich the literacy-building experience.