One could then attach economic values to different outcomes, even if there were limits on substitutability
Finally, the substitutability
provides merely an indication of the relative attractiveness in the context of the overall product field, without clarifying the relationship between the individual products.
2013) "Immigrant-Native Substitutability
and the Role of Language.
We noted that the substitutability
indicator at times got so large that the regulators capped it.
Throughout this article, the English terms drug interchangeability (interchangeable) and drug substitutability
(substitutable) are used to express the same concept.
would increase dramatically, and humans would provide nothing except executive decision-making.
What our results show is that imperfect substitutability
did exist over this pre-crisis sample, but that the coefficients on the two supply variables are reduced when compared to the post-2008 sample.
Section IV discusses the role of demand structures, the nature of entry costs, and the degree of substitutability
across goods for the competitive and First Best allocations and for optimal taxation.
In the process, we present evidence that this form of analysis can be invaluable to marketing researchers and executives as a means of understanding the factors that motivate and control familiar patterns of consumers' brand and product choice; the substitutability
, complementarity, and independence of competing brands and products; and the structure of markets for consumer goods.
Simpson's argument is that substitutability
is a better term for understanding the political significance of Wordsworth's poetry than sympathy.
This impact rises from an imperfect substitutability
of goods produced in the countries and international trade.
Most of the studies (for example, few published papers (11-13)) examined the substitutability
patterns between OP and IP cares in general health; however, such studies remain important in diseases-specific study because of homogeneous nature of treatment procedures.
It produces, in other words, a substitutability
of person by indicating perceptual surfaces while refusing to substitute one thing for another.
The size, global activity and substitutability
categories are given lower weights because risk diversification benefits go in tandem with greater size of traditional insurance activities and global spread, and substitutability
is typically met with the speed with which loss of insurance capacity is replaced by new entrants into the market, according to the IAIS
Selection will be based on five factors: size, global activity, interconnectedness, non-traditional activities, and substitutability
, or whether a firm has a big part of the market that cannot be filled easily by another company.