This supports arguments for gradualism
and means the central bank is likely to have little rate-cutting firepower when the need next arises.
Min Zin and Brian Joseph find that Aung San Suu Kyi very much preferred cooperation and gradualism
to nurture the momentum created in the first place by the reformers themselves.
Kicking the can down the road" is unsustainable in the long term because gradualism
only trades today's growth through continued capital misallocation for tomorrow's economic efficiency.
And it showed that Democrats will have a continuing debate between former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's pragmatic gradualism
Discussion centers on issues of ethical gradualism
and the quantification of ethical matters.
In "Understanding Coercive Gradualism
," authors William Pierce, Douglas Douds, and Michael Marra offer their collective insights regarding the strategies Beijing, Moscow, and others appear to be pursuing short of open conflict.
Even though she accepts a plausible gradualism
in the animal kingdom, she contends that agency, as a robust, distinctive, indeterministic, and metaphysically committed concept, is applicable to animals and humans alike.
On the basis of the principles of gradualism
and reciprocity, we have come close to a final agreement, it is within the bounds of the attainable," Lavrov said.
The settings are just right for finance minister Arun Jaitley to shun gradualism
and go for broke," India's English-language Hindustan Times newspaper said in an editorial Saturday.
I think there is an important moral reality involved in the whole question of gradualism
, especially in the area of morality.
Its 1993 "Directory" spoke of a pedagogy of ecumenical formation adapted to concrete situations, with the recognition that gradualism
is part of continual renewal and of a change in attitudes.
as opposed to shock therapy would have taken South Sudan a more prudent path toward the unity of the two markets.