noncontestable

noncontestable

adjective nonchallengeable, nondebatable, nondisputable, nonquestionable, nonrefutable, undeniable, unquestionable
Associated concepts: noncontestable clause
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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.
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.
The answer, one suspects, derives from the way in which property ideas and metaphors effectively mask the tradeoff between conflicting institutional objectives by presenting themselves as nonideological and therefore noncontestable realities.
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.
If banks in imperfectly contestable or noncontestable markets grow at a faster rate than perfectly contestable markets, eventually that market's output level catches up with the contestable market, contradicting the result that firms in imperfectly competitive markets produce less output than competitive firms.
Old policies contained a provision, "After two years, this policy shall be noncontestable, except for the non-payment of premiums as stipulated.
13) It is convenient to group these into three categories: externalities, noncontestable monopolies, and asymmetric information.