If public opinion will be galvanized by Kian's killing, it can create the conditions for countervailing powers
to emerge again.
To argue that the American political system, if it is to get out of the grasp of Big Money, needs to develop some potent "countervailing powers
Indeed, it does not appear that Amazon's aggressive exercise of countervailing power
has ever resulted in an overall decline in the number, variety, or quality of books published.
He finishes on an optimistic note, saying it is possible, nay likely, that a "countervailing power
to our political-economic system" will be restored.
(25) For starters, if increasing numbers of African states can be characterized as "developmental," as Shaw suggests, then it is possible that Galbraith's concept of countervailing power
could have many more potential applications.
It found that the bidding nature of the markets, the presence of other large competitors, the relatively low barriers to entry, and the significant countervailing power
of media vendors will ensure a level playing field in all the affected markets after the merger.
Deliberative-based mechanisms such as Citizens Juries offer one way to redress this lack of understanding and enable the public a potential to exercise 'countervailing power
' through receiving and scrutinising considered perspectives and statistics on the treatment of offenders.
These examples show how cooperatives are organized and grow to enable farmers to exercise countervailing power
Virginia Doellgast's argument would have been strengthened if she had more carefully distinguished the different sources of workers' countervailing power
in negotiations with management and treated the quality of workers' democratic participation and involvement as an explanatory variable.
When the downturn came, there was no countervailing power
in Brussels to offset the effects of the recession in the countries most hit by the crisis.