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choose

verb act on one's own authority, adopt, appoint, be disposed to, be resolute, be so minded, co-opt, commit oneself to a course, cull, decide, deligere, desire, determine, determine upon, discriminate, discriminate beeween, do of one's own accord, draw, elect, eliminate the alternatives, embrace, excerpt, exercise one's choice, exerrise one's discretion, exercise one's option, exercise one's preference, exercise the will, have volition, make a deciiion, make one's choice, make one's selection, mark out for, opt for, pick, pick out, prefer, put to the vote, resolve, select, set apart, settle, side, support, take a decisive step, take one's choice, take up an option, use one's discretion, use one's option, will
Associated concepts: election of remedies, freedom of choice, voluntary choice
See also: adopt, appoint, conclude, cull, decide, delegate, designate, determine, edit, espouse, extract, nominate, prefer, screen, select, vote
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Rather, mandates are not quasi-paternalistic because a mandate can be justified over a nudge on behavioral grounds only in settings where policymakers believe that the consistent choosers are making systematic mistakes.
consistently) selected by a consistent chooser is in fact the option
These desires can shape how school choosers respond to information and which pressures they place on schools and school systems.
Eyal argues that the focus on liberty restrictions misses important dimensions of how public health interventions can influence individuals' behaviour; shaming and its possible negative effects on choosers are one such dimension.
While selecting the optimal choosers seems logically prior to selecting the optimal damages, as is often the case in game theory, we can more conveniently solve the model backwards by deriving first the optimal damage amount for a particular chooser and then identifying the more efficient chooser.
Similarly, Crawford [7, 238] shows that an individual is at least as well off being the divider as the chooser, yet concludes [7, 245] that this is a process of fair division, without further addressing the divider's advantage.
A crucial difference between divide-and-choose in cake-cutting and its application in the legislative process is that the divider does not get one piece and the chooser another.
If, after five commands, the chooser is none the wiser, they have one last chance.
Some of the new plan choosers have paid their premiums for January but some have not.
I'm miffed about album category, but beggars can't be choosers
The NHS started off well but because it is funded by Government through our taxes instead of direct by patients, staff from receptionist up have come to act as though they own the NHS and the rest of us are beggars who can't be choosers.
Analysis of the model finds that treatment effects calculated by comparing choosers to non-choosers are highly dependent on both the household participation rates in the program and the distribution of available capacity across schools.