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Regulative institutions consist of "explicit regulative processes: rule setting, monitoring, and sanctioning activities" (SCOTT, 1995, 35).
It is common for legitimacy to derive from the popular acceptance of an authority, usually a governing law; therefore, and in all cases, the logic of legitimacy cannot be abandoned in favor of regulative ideal conceptions of government.
275) and "state-building" of market reform inevitably results in inextricably intertwined interactions between markets and state (Fligstein 1996) that defines the rules of the game that promote certain types of behavior and restricts others through "explicit regulative processes: Rule-setting, monitoring, and sanctioning activities" (Scott 2001, p.
For Newman, each of these comes to particular expression in differing roles within the church: where the devotional and spiritual dimension comes to clearest expression at the parochial level of priest and people gathered in prayer, word and sacrament; the teaching and intellectual dimension comes to clearest expression in the theological function in the church; and the regulative and governmental dimension is seen most clearly in the episcopate.
16) He believes that "institutions consist of cognitive, normative and regulative structures and activities that provide stability and meaning to social behaviour.
Communities and institutions are both governed by cognitive-cultural, normative, and regulative forces but the forces prevailing in them are of a different nature (Marquis, Glynn, & Davis, 2007; Peredo & Chrisman, 2006).
Discussion panels focus on significant issues on the insurance sector -solidarity insurance, regulative and supervision practices and laws regulating reinsurance activity and methods of developing them on the local level.
For instance, historical propositions are constitutive of G, metaphysical propositions are regulative of G, and propositions in formal logic and mathematics are instrumental to G.
The HAAD is the regulative body of the Healthcare Sector in the emirate of Abu Dhabi and ensures excellence in healthcare for the community by monitoring the health status of the population.
A Regulative Business Model serves as a baseline for what all human ser vice organizations must meet to comply with program requirements.
We need more regulative mortgage rules around fees, charges, settlements in order to make it easier to understand customer surveys across banks," said Philip Ward, CEO of ADF.