Table 2--Institutional influence on the development of a smart city and its adoption and acceptance by the targeted end users Institutions Development of infrastructure and physical facilities Regulative
Gale complained about the alleged red tape of the Korean government bureaucracy.
When large regulative
distances exist, the FIEs whose home countries' regulatory systems are more fully developed and properly functioning than that of the host market are likely to conceive the local regulatory environment as less supportive and less conducive to their business.
Formal institutions, a component of the regulative
mechanism in the institutional environment, have an impact on MNEs' entry mode choice.
structure refers to systems of rules as a governance system--the "rules of a game" (Scott, 2006, p133).
What is quite ingenious about the construction of Farmer's argument is that the invocation of the Golden Rule in conjunction with the elevation of the regulative
ideal of love permits him to implicitly respond to common criticisms of this kind of ethical practice or injunction, criticisms that hinge on the limitations imposed upon particular individuals by their concrete circumstances.
They are based on salutogenic and regulative
effects and not on pathogenic mechanisms.
legitimacy refers to the conformance of the action to established rules, policies, and procedures (i.
When curing disease is the only regulative
value, as it has been, every step enables the next, with harvesting tissues and organs from late-stage chimeric fetuses and newborns (where the most useful stem cells may be found) the logical consequence.
Although for much of the paper I shall proceed as if Aristotle accepted PP in the same way that he accepted any number of other philosophical theses that occur explicitly in his works, several reasons suggest that it is more plausible to view PP as something of an unarticulated regulative
principle that guided Aristotle rather than an explicitly formulated principle that he accepted.
There may be some continued consciousness of what Frank Lentricchia has described as the "imposing and repressive father-figure" of the New Criticism and its gestures of close reading (xiii), but that regulative
and identificatory disciplinary practice has been largely abandoned in classrooms and in academic analysis.
Some researchers classify the field as social regulative
policy that differs from all four types of Theodore Lowi's classification (Lowi 1972: 300).
Treasury departments have a mix of systems: automated, partly automated and manual processes, all charged with completing a task while complying with corporate governance and regulative