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frankness

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Synonyms for openness

the condition of being laid open to something undesirable or injurious

ready acceptance of often new suggestions, ideas, influences, or opinions

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without obstructions to passage or view

characterized by an attitude of ready accessibility (especially about one's actions or purposes)

willingness or readiness to receive (especially impressions or ideas)

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The Visa Openness Index aims to inspire and inform policy-makers across Africa to build on the benefits of greater visa openness for countries, regions and for the continent.
Joel Van Arsdale, Partner at First Annapolis Consulting, adds, "The transition from closed standards and restricted access to greater Openness is closely linked to a shift towards a more partnership-oriented market approach.
Critical evidence supporting the Religious Openness Hypothesis rests upon use of the Religious Reflection Scale (Dover et al.
Little more than a year after Satya Nadella took over as the CEO of Microsoft, Rabellino explained that now, more than ever, Microsoft remains committed for the long-term to openness.
In most studies, the effect of openness of economy (the degree of openness of economy) on inflation has been studied, such as Lin, Daniels and Jin who have investigated the relationship between free trade international and inflation and have achieved different results.
While customers do, by and large, want openness, the tension is more complex and is between open-and-fully-interoperable and ostensibly-open-yet-proprietary, according to Curt Beckmann, chief technical officer (CTO), Brocade - EMEA.
The law aims to regulate relations in openness of the activities of the state bodies and administration, the document says.
Referring to Pakistan's constitution, the Chairman Senate observed that the constitution guarantees openness and transparency in public sector by protecting citizens' right to Information.
Greater integration into the global economy of the MENA ex-GCC region through increased trade openness and enhanced competitiveness could raise long-term regional growth prospects, according to QNB Group.
The report also said greater integration into the global economy of the Mena (ex-GCC region) through increased trade openness and enhanced competitiveness could raise long-term regional growth prospects.
JEDDAH: ARAB NEWSGreater integration into the global economy of the MENA ex-GCC region through increased trade openness and enhanced competitiveness could raise long-term regional growth prospects, according to QNB Group.
The major contribution of the paper lies in incorporating the effects of degree of financial openness in analyzing the effects of capital flows on macroeconomic volatility.
Diversity programmes and policies fail To consider the extent to which individual employees with varying degrees of cultural intelligence (CI) and the openness personality trait may vary in their propensity to think and act in ways, which enable the positive interaction amongst people from diverse groups (Chavez & Weisinger 2008).
Economists Francesc Ortega of Queens College in New York and Giovanni Peri of the University of California at Davis analyzed immigration and income data from 188 countries and found a "robust, positive effect of openness to immigration on long-run income per capita.
com)-- Aras[R], the leading enterprise open source Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software solution provider, today announced that the company is a signatory member of the Codex of PLM Openness (CPO) and has posted a public statement about its commitment to openness on its website at http://www.