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compete in

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oppose

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a trial of skill or ability

to strive against (others) for victory

to take a stand against

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In particular, to the best of our knowledge there is a lack of rigorous empirical analysis on contestability of content markets as well as theoretical investigations on the effect of access regulation vis-a-vis platform competition.
In view of the shipping lines' established presence and operational network in the region, this article examines the impact of the P3 Alliance and its implications on contestability in the major gateway container ports of Los Angeles, Long Beach, New York/New Jersey, Savannah, and Hampton Roads.
However, essential contestability directly adopts the Wittgensteinian mantle in denying that concepts and words have essences.
Contestability theorists rejected the first three, and modified the fourth one--in the perfect competition model economics of scale are a barrier to entry.
We must again answer that even such "facts of salvation" are only recognizable from within the mind-set that gives rise to them, so they cannot place faith in the realm of public contestability.
In particular, banking sectors are more competitive in economies where the state designs, implements, and enforces regulatory frameworks that ensure greater contestability.
The list of concepts for developing historical understanding is yet another variation on Seixas's list, comprising Evidence, Continuity and change, Cause and effect, Significance, Perspectives, Empathy and Contestability (deleting problem-solving from the list in the Shape paper).
36) Effective contestability should create a situation of non-arbitrary interference, and thus removes domination.
However, if the banking environment is highly concentrated or segmented, or if there is a significant lack of contestability, then the entry of foreign banks per se would not introduce effective competition immediately.
In some cases, the insured couldn't pay the premium to begin with, making the only real recourse sale of the policy to investors after the contestability period in the hope that the money will be enough to cover the loan costs, taxes and still make a profit.
I argue that by placing discourse ethics, as a means to theorize the issues raised by statelessness and the idea of a claim to community, in dialogue with the agonistic emphasis on openness and the contestability of terms, we are provided with potential resources for conceptualizing more open notions of political membership.
The measure of political contestability has risen from an average of about 3.
It helps us to relate the contestability indicators and to explain differences in the degree of competition across Turkey.
In a STOLI scheme, investors induce seniors to purchase expensive life insurance, loan them money to pay the premiums and, after the two-year contestability period, assume ownership of the policy.
It has been suggested that greater contestability of industries should be encouraged, for example through policies aimed at reducing entry barriers (Weiman-Jones, 1994).