nonsystemic

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nonsystemic

(ˌnɒnsɪˈstɛmɪk)
adj
1. (Medicine) med not systemic
2. (Stock Exchange) stock exchange (of an investment risk) not common to all investments but due to the specific securities of a given investment. Also: unsystemic
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Stephen Bainbridge: "Diversification eliminates unsystemic risk,
(84) Second, although portfolio theory suggests that holding a diversified group of stocks eliminates unsystemic risks, managerial-misconduct levels are a form of systemic risk that can be lowered by the deterrence value of derivative suits.
To date, the interactions between Chicano/a artists and their Mexican counterparts have been woefully sporadic and decidedly unsystemic, whether materially or within the scholarly literature.
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I would therefore venture to conclude the present survey of what seem to me to be the most important recent Italian films on this topic by arguing that, while their extremely diverse richness from the formal and existential viewpoint does not allow for their (unsystemic) commonalities to be captured by any specific formula - their utter diversity probably being one of their strongest assets - they do at least share one broad general attitude toward their public: the), all refuse to manipulate it by exploitative narrative strategies.
One begins by positing the notion of "structure," whose identity is defined in opposition to that which is unsystemic. In the next step, the inadequacy of the notion is recognized (structuralist paradigms are restrictive, they do not do justice to the breadth of human experience, etc.) and a modification/expansion is in order.
A compartmentalized approach produces an unsystemic analysis, which provides little real guidance.
Some superintendents wrote about their district's technology initiatives as if they had no connection to the efforts, as if they were an outsider looking in, praising the IT director or some other player who was in charge of the "project." Not surprisingly, the technology implementations in those districts were unsystemic, uninspired, and definitely not award-worthy.
Given the speed with which our world now changes, this rethinking responds to Schwab's (1969) call for "the unsystemic, uneasy, pragmatic, and uncertain unions and connections which can be effected in an eclectic" (p.
Solar energy simply cannot succeed as a mass technology for homes, buildings and other structures, until we recognize that its development today and for the projectable future is unsystemic, uncoordinated and unintegrated.
(3) This risk return may be broken down into two categories: unsystemic and systemic.