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nonparticipation

The nonacceptance by a physician of the fees paid by Medicaid, or less commonly by Medicare. See Medicaid. Cf Participation.
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Education is a good example of an L variable because it is known to affect study nonparticipation and loss to follow-up and is related to both health status and lead exposure.
Results adjusted for potential bias due to differential nonparticipation using the IPW method are presented here and in Table 3.
Given the classification of workers into employment (E), unemployment (U), or nonparticipation (N) described in the previous subsection, I can now define the flow rates of workers across the different labor market states.
Ensure that neither participation nor nonparticipation in religious activities affects evaluation processes or qualifications for other programs and opportunities by the offender;
Since recessions are times when disproportionately more workers with stronger attachment to the labor force become unemployed, transition rates into nonparticipation go down.
What is most relevant to this research from Brodkin and Majmundar (2010) is how these "hidden costs" were empirically found to be distributed unevenly among citizens and, ultimately, lead to nonparticipation of eligible individuals.
Although there are still some gaps hindering the path of Saudi women toward receiving their rights in full, such serious issues related to their nonparticipation in sports at school and to drive cars, Saudi women are refusing to lay down.
In response to a question, Shah said that parliamentarians from the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) would not table a resolution in the National Assembly over the nonparticipation of the PTI in Parliament sessions.
Commenting on the nonparticipation of PTI lawmakers during voting process on the said key amendment bills in the parliament, said it would have been better if Pakistan Tahrik e Insaf lawmakers participated in voting.
By contrast, the changes in the labor market that appear to account for the largest part of the decline in routine jobs are the declines in the probabilities of transitioning from unemployment and nonparticipation into routine jobs.
Our first logistic model (Table 4) suggests that nonparticipation in, and infestation before, the treatment phase affected the observation of infestation in households during the surveillance phase.
Overall, there were four levels of youth participation: nonparticipation, technical participation, vocal participation, and empowered participation.