nondelegate

nondelegate

(ˌnɒnˈdɛlɪɡət)
n
a person who is not an official delegate
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8 percent higher probability of reporting holding bank loans than nondelegate firms, and the difference is statistically significant.
Employing a propensity score matching (PSM) method, we show that private entrepreneurs who are also delegates of local legislatures obtain more state-controlled financial resources than nondelegates, but also carry more administrative and policy burdens assigned by local officials, in the forms of funding local administrative expenses, assisting failing state-owned enterprises (SOEs), and providing public goods and services.
Hypothesis 1: All else being equal, private firms owned by legislative delegates obtain more state-controlled resources than those owned by nondelegates.
Hypothesis 2: All else being equal, private firms owned by legislative delegates carry more administrative and policy burdens from the local government than those owned by nondelegates.
Also attending as a nondelegate was past District Director Rachel Grout from Unit #193 Winchendon.
Participation is limited to 800 preregistered members who are delegates to the 2008 RA and 100 preregistered members who are nondelegates.