Such a prediction has been less accurate for the regulative
Distance (RD) represents the realistic incongruity that can affect the communication, interpretation, and adjustment to institutional requirements (Kostova 1996).
Based on these ideas, this article studies the impact of the institutional environment on the entry mode choice for Chinese enterprises' overseas investment from three dimensions: the regulative
mechanism, normative mechanism and mimetic mechanism.
In this paper, we follow Scott's (2006, p133) definition that "institutions consist of cognitive, normative, and regulative
structures and activities that provide stability and meaning to social behavior".
Addressing a business seminar on Indian economy in Kolkata, Mukherjee asserted that farmers should be given regulative
prices to motivate them to produce more.
category claims Gerber's first attention and strongest focus.
Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency (BDDK), Turkey's Savings Deposit Insurance Fund (TMSF), Central Bank and Treasury contributed to the preparation of the booklet explaining banking crisis in Turkey before 2001, the regulative
principles adopted after the crisis, and the recent situation of banking sector.
He writes, "The post-traditional practitioner is, and should be, motivated as a regulative
ideal by love.
Ulan Melisbek assured that the State Patent Service will perform only regulative
functions and not prohibitive.
The newly installed Gericke GCN-150 Cone Mill fulfills all of the precise and regulative
requirements for manufacturing microbiological products.
Jou'an Salem Al Dhaheri, Chairman of the Department of Municipal Affairs, the regulative
and legislative body of municipal work at the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, received at his office, Nguyen Quang Khai, the newly appointed Ambassador of Vietnam in the United Arab Emirates.
Barbara, who held her head down as parts of her statement were read out by Black's lawyer Jeffrey Steinback, said they had "every regulative
and government agency descending" on them.