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freeride

(ˈfriːˌraɪd)
n
a style of skiing, snowboarding, or mountain biking with no set rules
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concerns about freeriding, the incentive effects of protection (and
AFTERNOON After a morning riding in my favourite resort, Absolut Park in Flachauwinkl, Austria, I would spend the afternoon freeriding in Austria's back country, looking for fresh snow with a good crew.
Hitting the spot As well as skiing, a snow park, freeriding and family-friendly slopes and activities, cross-country skiing is popular, especially combining ski and spa days.
Contract notice: Maintenance freeriding at the campus at brunnenlech and campus at the roten tor.
TCI theory offers that 'firm-specific' assets determine when it is beneficial to internalize foreign operations to protect against freeriding that can chip away at a firm's reputation, to ensure that knowledge is not transferred to potential competitors, and to reduce transaction costs in other ways (Hennart 2001, 2010).
Due to this reason, each player faces the decision of either making a small sacrifice from which all will benefit, or freeriding.
2003) (noting that knowledge spillovers to freeriding firms and consumers can lead to "significant underinvestment by private firms in R&D, relative to the social optimum").
The problem of collective action in urban neighborhoods is how to sustain mutual assurance, not how to prevent freeriding.
Moreover, lack of engagement in collaborative tasks could result in freeriding or social loafing, that is, the phenomenon of reducing individual striving when working collectively compared with when individually acting on the same learning activity (Gu, Shao, Guo, & Lim, 2015; Triantafyllakos, Palaigeorgiou, & Tsoukalas, 2011).
Judges would be expected to decide the issue by reference to copyright's underlying goals and purposes, by asking whether the type/form of copying is likely to affect the market for the work, or indeed whether it involved freeriding on the creator's authorial contribution to the work, rendering it questionable as a moral matter.
From principal agency theory we know that external institutional shareholders can solve agency conflicts or freeriding problems by monitoring the incumbent management (Jensen and Meckling, 1976; Shleifer and Vishny, 1986).
The onset of winter also makes Austria the perfect playground for classic cross-country and Nordic skiing, freeriding, winter paragliding, snow-biking and air-boarding.