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conditional

(kən-dĭsh′ə-nəl)
adj.
1. Imposing, depending on, or containing a condition.
2. Psychology Brought about by conditioning.

con·di′tion·al′i·ty (-dĭsh′ə-năl′ĭ-tē) n.
con·di′tion·al·ly adv.
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On the one hand, they are subject to market-related conditionality.
The ESM -- as the stabilisation body came to be known -- had decided in principle to provide such assistance to Cyprus in the sum of e1/417 billion and what remained was to negotiate the conditionality -- the macro economic reforms Cyprus was going to undertake in return for receiving assistance.
EU conditionality has promoted democratization where the political costs for the incumbent were not prohibitive, threatening their political survival, and veto players were not powerful enough to block domestic reforms (Schimmelfennig/Engert et al.
Single parents have long had conditionality attached to their benefits regime.
Therefore, rule adoption of the candidate country depends on the capacity of actors to exploit the opportunities and external incentives provided by the EU through the conditionality principle.
Now analysts can use the Conditionality web application to write qualitative investment research as a Scenario Graph, which is similar to Facebook's Social Graph that links friends, as it links scenarios for issues in investors' research, enabling them to decision-tree a single investment or a portfolio of investments.
The article is composed of two sections: the theoretical overview of EU conditionality and the case-study analysis.
The second chapter switches the focus to the development by the European Union of political conditionality as a central part of the process of admitting new states.
It added: "This vote [could be] a litmus test regarding public support for austerity, and the conditionality of financial support from other euro area members, at a time when unpopular austerity measures have already created a fractious mood in distressed EU countries.
Conditionality has increasingly been part of benefit entitlement and its effects have been examined in a number of ways.
The ECHR does not preclude individual member states from setting conditionality requirements in respect of work.
The ECF succeeds the Poverty Reduction and Growth Facility (PRGF) as the Fund's main tool for providing medium-term support to LICs, with higher levels of access, more concessional financing terms, more flexible program design features, as well as streamlined and more focused conditionality.

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