The developed countries have an "open access" or efficient institutional structure
. This provides opportunities for open competition and associated incentives for selection based on merit, hard work, efficiency and innovation.
Thus it was determined that institutional structure
and capacity on GEMS at universities had been established.
should weigh the benefits and costs of each institutional structure
We first submit a general definition of open institutional structure
. In contrast to conventional institutional and property rights theories that focus on transaction and contract, we argue that open institutional structure
is really about production.
It follows that a prediction of institutional structure
for the future must be predicated on the philosophy and practices for soil conservation that likely will prevail.
Political and institutional structures
, such as health systems and welfare programs, can differ widely.
The decline in unions is partly a consequence of the changing institutional structure
of work as well as the changing industrial composition of employment.
By affirming a collective Arab American identity, ACCESS provides the institutional structure
to advocate local and national "ethnic" concerns.
However, such a recommendation will not itself address what Lord Nolan himself referred to as the 'culture of silence and denial', which goes to the very core of the tradition of the Catholic institutional structure
The two major variables examined are institutional structure
(both formal and informal) and political culture.
It was during the Emergency that a serious erosion of institutional structure
took place and her son Sanjay became the center of extra-constitutional authority.
Once you start challenging one institutional structure
, where does it all lead?