noncontestable

noncontestable

adjective nonchallengeable, nondebatable, nondisputable, nonquestionable, nonrefutable, undeniable, unquestionable
Associated concepts: noncontestable clause
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In many cases, some level of a dominant firm's sales will be "noncontestable" in the sense that rivals cannot as a practical matter compete for them, perhaps because of capacity constraints or customer brand preferences.
The private companies emerging from privatisation, in many cases, control supply chains, including noncontestable facilities and infrastructure (ports and storage networks), and use this control to establish market share in the contestable segments of the supply chain (grain marketing).
As a fundamental point of departure from current scholarship, this study suggests that rather than short-term and long-term distinctions of identity, there are actually two separate phenomena: a short-term, contestable image and the long-term noncontestable identity.
Hence, location factors may explain the geographic scope of MNE activity but not the existence of a durable competitive advantage, unless the enterprise has a privileged (noncontestable) relationship with local government, or some other such difficult-to-replicate host-country advantage.
Common policy responses to concentrated and noncontestable markets may not work well in network markets.
(89) The basic insight behind my postulate is that because interpretation of an ambiguous statute is not an objectively verifiable endeavor--because there is no demonstrably right or wrong interpretation--a judge has significant leeway to hide a policy-driven decision behind an evaluation of seemingly noncontestable factors.
In this context, the Commission will investigate whether and to what extent rivals have realistic and effective counterstrategies at their disposal, for instance their capacity to also use a "noncontestable" portion of their buyer's demand as leverage to decrease the price for the relevant range.
Markets for nontraded products are likely to be less competitive than traded products since they are noncontestable in the sense that, by definition, these goods cannot be imported.
However, a noncontestable shortcoming of currency boards is that it can only be pegged to a single currency, not a currency basket.
Smelt notes that the initial arrangements for training and support for boards in a noncontestable funding environment may have been detrimental to implementing Tomorrow's Schools.
Additional competition problems arise with the practice of automatically renewing long-term contracts, as the market in question effectively becomes noncontestable. A further question arises as to which markets a public entity should be allowed to enter.
other Exacerbated by high switching (noncontestable) costs firms, consulting firms, and academic 6 Lack of contestability Multiple sourcing as duplication is not that costly 7 Ugly!