intranational

in·tra·na·tion·al

 (ĭn′trə-năsh′ə-nəl, -năsh′nəl)
adj.
Occurring or existing within a single nation: an intranational conflict; intranational regions.

in′tra·na′tion·al·ly adv.

intranational

(ˌɪntrəˈnæʃənəl)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) within one nation
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Through our UK network we continue to work closely with devolved governments to develop a new intranational approach to responsible business which can maximise our collective social impact.
And if it turns out that the open immigration inherent in international egalitarianism does adversely affect some native-born American workers, intranational egalitarianism will solve the problem through "more domestic redistribution to address poverty and hardship.
Government Size and Automatic Stabilizers: International and Intranational Evidence', 2001, Journal of International Economics, vol.
Donaldson has provided important new evidence on the efficiency gains and welfare effects of international and intranational trade, and also has developed insightful tests of the theory of comparative advantage and other central propositions in trade theory.
International diversification allows a reduction in risk, relative to intranational diversification, by offsetting individual country risk factors and hence reduces portfolio systematic risk to the 'world' risk factors alone.
Ils reconnaissent egalement que les resultats passes ne sont pas representatifs des eventualites futures, qui sont la proie de forces electorales dominantes au niveau national et intranational, ainsi que des aleas de la campagne.
Instead of focusing on economies as independent silos, I propose that the study of intranational trade flows represents a better method for evaluating the health of state economies.
Intranational cultural variation: Exploring further implications of collectivism within the United States.
s (2009) argument that Canada is characterized by intranational climate justice issues by examining how the Arctic is embedded within the "cultural politics of climate change" (Crow and Boykoff 2014) by Canadian national news outlets.
A survey of this strand of literature suggests that the current state of risk sharing at the international level is considerably lower than it is at the intranational level.