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dynamism

Philosophy any of several theories that attempt to explain phenomena in terms of an immanent force or energy
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Second, SYTEs' niche operations have strong moderating effects on the positive relationships between industry dynamism and SYTEs' ERI but do not have significant mediating effects on the negative relationships between resource constraints and ERI.
He praised the role of CDA Chairman Abdus Salam for his dynamism in developing the port city.
Mrs Griffiths said one of her key priorities was to support the next generation of farmers as their dynamism will be key to overcoming Brexit's challenges.
I am confident that your wisdom, sagacity, dynamism and firm commitment will bring new vigour to the D-8 Organization for Economic Cooperation,' Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said.
LACKING DYNAMISM Tiger Woods posted video of his swing
The meeting reviewed different proposals for the effectiveness and dynamism in the working of the Ayub Medical College and adopted some of them.
The dynamism of international markets and lack of foreign market knowledge aggravate the severity of the constraints (Qian, Li, Li, & Qian, 2008).
When I compare the level of excitement shown by the people in the rallies with that of previous ones, I see there is no longer the dynamism I was used to observe.
In part one, Phelps defines a modern economy as one with "a considerable degree of dynamism--that is, the will and the capacity and the aspiration to innovate." Yet the foundation of dynamism is innovation, even on an international scale, where conception and development can originate in one nation while pioneering adoption takes place in another.
Hathaway and Litan also measure business dynamism through job reallocation over the same 34year span.
17 September 2013 - The US business environment ranks as the 11th in the world for dynamic growing businesses according to UK-based professional services firm Grant Thornton's Global Dynamism Index.