substitutability


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Synonyms for substitutability

exchangeability by virtue of being replaceable

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In most usage by ecologists, the terms substitutability and reversibility refer much more to physical properties of ecosystems themselves.
The most direct indicator of the switching behaviour is the demanders' opinion regarding the substitutability of the products.
Second, Borjas's assumption of perfect worker substitutability within cells cannot be correct as the wages of men and women both increased as women entered the workforce from 1960 to 2010.
While many of the criteria are related, in that a large bank is also likely to be connected to a lot of others and to be present in many countries, giving it a high cross-jurisdictional score, some relatively smaller banks (banks that nonetheless still hold hundreds of billions of dollars in assets) score higher in terms of substitutability because they are important in payments activity, underwriting activity, or, in the case of State Street, assets under custody.
This article describes, explains and critically appraises the rules for prescription drug interchangeability or substitutability introduced by the Brazilian Sanitary Surveillance authority (Anvisa).
But capital-labour substitutability was still limited - you needed a human to operate the machine tool or the computer.
But capital-labour substitutability was still limited -- you needed a human to operate the machine tool or the computer.
Heightened financial market stress may have elevated the degree of imperfection in substitutability between assets as investors came to value more the non-pecuniary benefits provided by specific asset types, such as safety or liquidity.
European Banking Authority (EBA) said it has published key metrics used to identify global systemically important institutions (G-SIIs) in the EU, with information on size, interconnectedness, substitutability, complexity and cross-jurisdictional activity.
Indicators used to gauge systemic importance include size, inter-connectedness, substitutability and complexity.
Sharon Hertz, acting director of CDER's Division of Anesthesia, Analgesia, and Addiction Products, noted that current FDA and state laws still govern substitutability of generic opioids.
We provide a comprehensive sensitivity analysis of our results to the nature of entry costs, demand structures, and product substitutability that is absent in the above studies.
The Ministry of Finance rejected a Ministry of Tourism request to calculate real estate tax for Cairo and Alexandria hotels according to substitutability value, according to a Ministry of Tourism official.
Determine substitutability and calculate transferable demand.
For students, scholars, and policy makers interested in ecological and environmental economics and sustainable development, Neumayer (environment and development, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK) explores the economic paradigms and limits of weak sustainability, with its focus on the substitutability of natural resources, vs.