someone who does not opt out; an inconsistent chooser
Of course, many choices affect both the chooser
and third parties, making the distinction between paternalistic and non-paternalistic nudging tricky to maintain.
Selection of the chooser
determines the allocative equilibrium, while selection of the initial entitlement holder determines the distributive equilibrium.
'I would like to stress that we are assemblymen not MPs, hence the phrase 'beggars can't be choosers
'...I don't think we should apologise over the matter,' he told a special press conference after the state assembly sitting here today.
Because of this, quasi-paternalism can accommodate the belief that the inconsistent choosers
are erring under one enrollment default or the other.
Some of the new plan choosers
have paid their premiums for January but some have not.
Yet even if we were somehow equipped with perfect metrics, the work of informing school choosers
would be far from complete, because providing the public with information and ensuring that the public is truly informed are not one and the same.
Lake and Betheny Gross); (5) For Charter Schools and School Districts, Empty Space Equals Opportunity (Parker Baxter); (6) A New Path to Rapid Reform for Districts and States (Matt Candler); and (7) Creating Savvy Choosers
: Informing Families About School Choices (Paul Teske).
UVM Associate Professor of Psychiatry Stacey Sigmon, Ph.D., and Johns Hopkins University colleague Roland Griffiths, Ph.D., first employed a choice procedure to identify participants as caffeine "Choosers
" and "Nonchoosers" for the study.
Among specific topics are the shadow of the interrogator, the ethics of malevolence, wonderful lies, an old way of seeing, the choosers
of the slain, Lady Isobel and the elf knight, crafting the bridegroom, and witches' covens and dark dream cults.
Perhaps it is too early to judge the practicality of any of these proposals, but it is hard to avoid the impression that the Conservatoire is being told that, in these hard times, 'beggars can't now afford to be choosers
Now, Askinosie is recognized as one of the most meticulous choosers
of cocoa beans in the world.
In 2002, The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute hosted the debut of historian and curator Rickie Solinger's photography exhibition Beggars and Choosers
. Since then, the show's fifty-plus images of historically reviled maternal bodies have traveled and been exhibited in academic, artistic, and community venues all across the United States.
However, I suspect that there will be plenty of wildflowers (other people call them dandelions and Queen Anne's Lace weeds, but beggars can't be choosers
, as they say) to color my yard once the summer slowdown begins and I can actually enjoy the fruits of my spring watering.