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Ezzat pointed out that "in other contexts around the globe, we have seen time and again that once development begins to occur, it occurs fast" regardless of previous generalizations about the culture's conduciveness, or lack thereof, to innovation.
Factors of Economic Performance, Government Efficiency, and Infrastructure are concerned respectively with macroeconomic evaluation, conduciveness of government policies and provision of basic facilities to meet the needs of business.
24) Thus, drafters choose soft law because of its greater flexibility, conduciveness to incrementalism, non-state party participation, and lack of need for ratification.
Indeed, PCs' expectations about remaining in the sector are affected by variables that may measure the general conduciveness of workplaces in fairly routine jobs: PCs are less likely to expect to remain in the sector the longer they have been with their current employer, the more they feel under pressure to work harder, and the larger the facility.
We have talked about how the EU patent system and its conduciveness to trolls and things like that is not good--is counter productive for an entrepreneurial system.
The shift towards subject and finite expressing a conduciveness judgment activates an inherent agent in the conceptual base of the predicate.
Of interest are the findings that neither the length nor the timing of the procedure had any influence (negative or positive) on the conduciveness of the learning environment (7).
Besides the tangible benefits of reducing congestion, improving accessibility and mobility, assisting tourism, promoting the use of public transport and reducing pollution, the Gautrain is seen as a key element in improving economies of urbanisation, increasing productivity and improving the conduciveness of the local economic environment.
Such a vision provides a standard for formulating and evaluating the terms of the agreement and its approach to resolving the final-status issues: Conduciveness to the desired future relationship can serve as a criterion for determining the overall direction of the agreement and its specific provisions.
Thus, studies addressing primary, secondary, tertiary, rehabilitative, and custodial care relevant to the research question were eligible for inclusion if they met the following criteria: (1) a focus on the physical and psychosocial outcomes of care defined by Lohr (this eliminated other performance measures, such as access and cost); (2) relevance to the care of the elderly (this excluded obstetrics and pediatrics studies); (3) conduciveness to theoretical interpretation; (4) appearance in a peer-reviewed publication or conference proceedings; (5) employment of experimental or observational methodologies allowing for a degree of generalizability.
There are some who like its claustrophobic atmosphere and conduciveness to trading.