In particular, China may fall victim to the "obsolescing
bargain model," which states that a foreign investor loses bargaining power as it invests more in a host country.
For example, Jakobsen maintained that obsolescing
bargain mechanism, sociopolitical instability and grievances, political institutions, and preferences and attitudes are the main political risk factors in international business .
Ironically, as future equipment costs fall farther, the early movers are stuck with obsolescing
assets that are stranded as they lose competitiveness.
But as far as I know, there is no topic or relation in which Formal simply provided enhancement while Material did the obsolescing
a rapidly obsolescing
way to think about the relationship between genotype and phenotype." As I then said, the ultimate goal should be synthesis, and I've tried here to explain the nature of the genomic causal landscape that we need to confront if we are to go beyond enumeration.
Vernon (1971) and others (e.g., Kobrin 1987; Ramamurti 2001) have articulated the dynamics of such "obsolescing
" bargains when applied to a specific investment agreement between one foreign firm and the host-country government.
As a candidate, and as a policy thinker, Trump often recalls Wallace Stevens's The Snow Man, obsolescing
in the January sun, beholding nothing that is not there, and nothing that is.
This allocation of political power on a vertical axis is often explained as a function of political risk on the basis of the obsolescing
bargain model (OBM).
Here is Dennis Taylor on Hardy's "metrical rhythms": "The patterns language assumes are momentary, they grow out of one time configuration of mind and reality, they grow old, they bind us for a while in their obsolescing
frames." (8) With characteristically well-weighed words, Taylor captures the tone and movement of the repeated syntactic phrase: it moves through time, recalling an original but lost "configuration" of subject and form, of voice and syntax.
(2003) Toward an Emergent Global Culture and the Effects of Globalization on Obsolescing
Foreign investment is characterized by the so-called obsolescing
bargain, which holds that investors are in a dominant position ex ante when they are deciding on where to invest, but that they lose this advantage after they have made their investment (54).
Reflecting on the fundamental nature of the medium, a host of contemporary artist-photographers have been experimenting with the medium's obsolescing
materials and practices.