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nonmarket

(ˌnɒnˈmɑːkɪt)
adj
(Economics) economics not relating to markets, not involving a market or trade
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1] of leisure or nonmarket activity is required for physiological or other reasons.
Reconstruction and critique establish two points: The traditional conception of moral economy in political science (1) rests too heavily on the distinction between nonmarket and market-based societies and (2) reduces to the unduly narrow claim that economic incorporation of a nonmarket people is the basis for the moral indignation that leads to resistance and rebellion.
11) Building on the existing 301 system, this article envisages an amendment to Section 301 specially oriented to trade relations with transitional, formerly nonmarket economies--a Sino 301.
This paper examines the effects of private schooling on adolescent nonmarket behaviors.
Any undertaking of noneconomic, nonmarket foreign-run social surveys or foreign-run surveys conducted without a license, will be the central focus of our investigations," NBS deputy director Zhai Ligong said, adding his agency would cooperate with police in enforcing the regulations.
Chastian also criticized lawmakers for agreeing to consider China a nonmarket economy.
When a majestic, 300-year-old redwood is cut down and turned into picnic tables, the logging and picnic table--building activities add to the gross domestic product (GDP), while no deduction is made for the loss of that tree and all the nonmarket services it provides.
Good health enhances market earnings by increasing the number of days that employees work and by increasing their nonmarket productivity in terms of time spent on household production.
One area that has recently received considerable attention is the prospect of measuring and valuing unpaid but productive activities (that is, nonmarket work) with the ultimate goal of including the value of these activities in a satellite account of the National Income and Product Accounts.
By 1998, OPIC had launched almost 30 of these funds, such as the Poland Partners Fund and Aqua International Partners, to provide capital for investments in low-income countries and former nonmarket economies.
In this paper, we develop this approach by showing the importance of the governance systems within countries, especially the political embeddedness (Zubkin/DiMaggio 1990), or the nonmarket effects on national competitiveness.
His research focuses on the theory of regulation, nonmarket strategy, public management and non-dogmatic approaches to public law.