Substitute

(redirected from substitutability)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Financial, Idioms, Wikipedia.

Substitute

(character)
(SUB) ASCII character 26.

References in periodicals archive ?
Second, the substitutability of people with machines at work: "Many professions are likely to disappear, as has always happened with the emergence of new paradigms," which will require "social and political creativity," said the Secretary of State.
Table 2 demonstrates the importance and substitutability of top agricultural and related products that the United States currently exports to China.
They're not making decisions on the basis of substitutability. Instead they're of a mindset that as long as they can afford the new product, they'll buy it.
Thus, the perfect substitutability assumption in Borjas's model is violated because it requires a negative coefficient.
The third indicator, substitutability, measures the extent to which other banks or firms can take up the slack if a bank fails.
In this article, we examined the Brazil's current regulation for prescription drug substitutability in light of the concepts of drug bioavailability, relative bioavailability and bioequivalence.
Even though the resulting increase in the optimal deviation is mitigated under limited retaliation (as compared to Nash-reversion), its reduction is larger when the retaliation is in the same sector (as a result of the strategic substitutability of same sector tariffs).
According to Vectura, the US FDA has categorised the complete response letter as major, and no material issues were raised regarding the substitutability of the proposed device based on the initial assessment.
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) has classified banks depending on the extent of their systemic importance using pre-defined indicators for size, interconnectedness, substitutability and market reliance as a financial market infrastructure as well as complexity.
Those banks to be categorized as systemically important will have to meet certain criteria concerning their size, connections, relevance and substitutability, and complexity," NBRM officials explain.
The indicators the RBI uses for identifying D-SIBs are -- size, interconnectedness, substitutability and complexity.
Critically, we highlight that biosimilar substitutability and naming will be a growing area of contention between originator firms and authorities who seek to curtail spending due to the exponential increase in biologics expenditure over the past few years.Headline Expenditure ProjectionsPharmaceuticals : AUD14.0bn (USD10.5bn) in 2015 to AUD14.5bn (USD9.6bn) in 2016; +3.4% in local currency terms and -8.6% in US dollar terms, due to significant exchange rate fluctuations.