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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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Cross all the cases, agents choose the best mode of participation or nonparticipation such that [U.sup.*] = max([U.sup.n], [U.sup.a], [U.sup.y], [U.sup.yo], [U.sup.o]).
While most respondents had used at least one nonprofit service in the last year, the main story the women told was unequivocally one of nonparticipation. Respondents used very few Kensington agencies and did not have plans to do so in the future.
Nonparticipation would enable Canada to work more freely with like-minded allies and other countries to press at the political level for strong limits on missile defence.
If candidates attend town halls, events, and forums and listen to young people, then take their concerns into consideration, the trends of nonparticipation will begin to reverse.
They either ignore the problem of enforcing participation or conflate the twin problems of noncompliance and nonparticipation. These are related but different problems and should be analyzed jointly.
Using the 1979 Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID), Coe (1983) finds that 54 percent of eligible households that do not use food stamps report ignorance about their eligibility as the reason for nonparticipation. A Government Accounting Office (1988) study using data from the 1986 PSID indicates that 51 percent of eligible households do not participate because they believe they are ineligible.
Locals kept a low profile due in part to high interest rates at home, one factor behind the nonparticipation of Globo and TVA.
It is mandatory and there are consequences of nonparticipation, including voluntary resignation.
This dichotomy serves as the springboard for this thorough investigation of the literature on nonparticipation. DeLuca attempts to explain why it is that certain groups are over-represented among the politically apathetic, why this is a significant problem for American democracy, and what steps can be taken to halt the decline.
The proposal practically begs noncompliance for it would require registration even before the taxpayer is required to provide a notice of nonparticipation to the promoter in order to vitiate the registration requirement.
The paper proceeds with a formal econometric analysis of the labor market nonparticipation of the foreign-born.
This feeling of alienation results in a 'sense of rootlessness, of nonparticipation, of being another stranger in the lonely crowd.'