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.
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.