institutional effect

institutional effect

The biases in therapeutic decisions, diagnoses, or interpretation of data related to guidelines or 'cut-off' values for lab or other parameters promulgated in a health care facility or hospital. See Referral bias.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
This view has a major implication for the institutional effect of home country government pressures on the FDI entry mode decisions of firms in transition economies.
For instance, Sa (2011) provides evidence of institutional effect on immigration displacement for the EU countries based on two natural experiments (government reforms) for Spain and Italy.
Many owners and operators know this truth and attempt to minimize the institutional effect. In situations where funding is a challenge, improvements often are made by a caring volunteer or staff member with no budget.
Carnicom argues in his lead essay--"The Institutional Effect of Honors: Innovation or Conservation?"--that, while honors educators see themselves as innovators, their customary practices more accurately classify them as traditionalists, preserving principles that go back, through Frank Aydelotte, to British educational institutions.
These are determined at the mean of all outputs for the minimum, maximum, and median institutional effect on costs.
Topics include global biodiversity conservation priorities, biodiversity conservation in managed landscapes, policy perspective analysis, theoretical perspectives on international environmental regime effectiveness, institutional effect on management of environmental resources, and economic valuation of different forms of land use.
In the last two months, the policy department in the Ministry of Interior has put out about two dozen policies -- personnel, employment, intelligence, and that are having a hugely positive institutional effect, he noted.
and intelligence that are having "a hugely positive institutional effect," he
These results suggest that the presence of a dominant religion has no institutional effect, or possibly a negative institutional effect, on trade.
"The other problem is that there are 100 users in the building at a time which increases the institutional effect. We asked people what they wanted and instead of having one large centre with a focus on groups they wanted more concentration on achieving their aspirations and getting involved in the community."
The concept of institutional effect raises three questions.
An institutional effect emerged from the global campaign to incorporate women into national development: Some type of official national women's agency is now found in almost all countries.

Full browser ?