Top-down approach


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Top-down approach

A method of security selection that starts with asset allocation and works systematically through sector and industry allocation to individual security selection.
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'As a responsible government, we develop a policy using not only a top-down approach but also a bottom-up approach, and this feedback will be combined to formulate a policy that gives the optimum impact especially to the people,' he told reporters after the 12MP engagement session with the Melaka state government here today.
Education should not be driven by a top-down approach from the federal government.
Lee underlined that a top-down approach "armed with political determination" and "meaningful working-level interaction" was the only possible and feasible way to break the current deadlock between the two countries over denuclearisation.
To get there the top-down approach needs to be modified.
London: Fitch Ratings considers the French public hospitals as government-related entities of the state of France (AA/Stable/F1+) and applies a top-down approach in rating them.
David Scheffler, Yazaki North America's head of engineering, said, 'Our top-down approach to terminal fastening has the potential to standardise battery terminals.
Scottish Lib Dem MSP Tavish Scott said: "Teaching unions are worried by falling morale, the top-down approach to education by central government and the impact of testing regimes on classrooms.
A team at the University of Maryland invented a top-down approach that directly transforms bulk natural wood into a structural material with exceptional mechanical properties.
'We started off in 2016 looking at a budget that was crafted differently; all along if you look at the way we have approached economic policies, it has always been the case of top-down approach.
Taiwan will adopt a top-down approach to promoting bilingualism centered on Chinese and English as soon as next year in a bid to boost international competitiveness, said Premier William Lai.
To achieve long-term capital growth and returns, a flexible asset allocation method will be driven by value investing principles and a top-down approach. IPO opportunities will be a primary focus for investment, specifically within Hong Kong, mainland China, Taiwan, EU and US markets.
Meanwhile, the efficacy of suo motu action by appellate courts warrants scrutiny as a top-down approach to a bottom-up problem if they elicit mere tokenistic interventions that gloss over the need for sustained reform of the criminal justice system.