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nonmarket

(ˌnɒnˈmɑːkɪt)
adj
(Economics) economics not relating to markets, not involving a market or trade
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In this study, we analyze how occurs the strategic management process of multinational companies of the pharmaceutical industry--erectile dysfunction medicine makers--which operate in the Brazilian market and suffer from the impact of piracy, evaluating whether such companies integrate their market and nonmarket strategies to fight piracy, and what are the main nonmarket activities used by these companies in the domestic market.
"The reach of markets, and market-oriented thinking, into aspects of life traditionally governed by nonmarket norms is one of the most significant developments of our time," he writes, necessitating "a public debate about what it means to keep markets in their place."
In recent decades, market values have crowded out nonmarket norms in almost every aspect of life-medicine, education, government, law, art, sports, even family life and personal relations.
Earlier the government was reluctant to sell the stake to Summa, while Rosneft was lobbying to acquire it through a nonmarket deal.
By specifying a marital production function and introducing the influence of multiple individual characteristics simultaneously in the matching technology, this paper creates a matching algorithm and uses the estimated parameters to both isolate the characteristics that drive the matching process and examines positive and negative assortative mating with respect to nonmarket (i.e., age, education) and market (i.e., hours worked, income) characteristics.
laws do not permit the Commerce Department to apply countervailing duties against products from nonmarket economies such as China.
A key concept in environmental economics is nonmarket valuation.
Fiscal consolidation, reasonably good GDP growth and low real effective yields on government debt (reflecting the availability of nonmarket financing) have contributed to favourable debt dynamics in the years since.
A helpful section describes hybrid business-philanthropic approaches, including Corporate Social Responsibility, the idea behind fair-trade coffee; and nonmarket peer production, which builds public assets around what we hold in commonalike Wikipedia.
For decades, analysts have understood the nonmarket conditions of defense development and procurement.
As basic infrastructure, the Internet supports the production and consumption of both market and nonmarket goods.
At a recent Woodrow Wilson Center event on Capitol Hill, Moskalenko expressed ambivalence about the prospect of Russia's graduation from the strictures of the Jackson-Vanik Amendment, which denies most-favored-nation status in trade relations to certain states characterized by nonmarket economies and restrictive emigration policies.