- non- + monetary (Wiktionary)
“Interestingly, Wikipedia's article on cost disease points out that one of the solutions is increased provisioning of the good by volunteers or increased nonmonetary rewards.”
“But for Mr. Casselman, beer candy offers nonmonetary rewards, as well.”
“They also should be contributing in nonmonetary ways, such as doing chores, running errands or taking care of younger siblings.”
“What we think it is essentially women trading off some salary for other nonmonetary aspects of the job," he said.”
“These nonmonetary policies—like balancing the government's budget—could take "a number of years" to work, he noted.”
“The FOMC, in my view, may have to define a supportive policy stance that will be held in place for quite a long period while letting what are essentially nonmonetary policy fixes do their work," Dennis Lockhart, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, said in a speech last week.”
“Lastly, the annual growth rate of loans to nonmonetary financial intermediaries, excluding insurance companies and pension funds, fell to 3.4% in June from 7.3% in May.”
“It covers nonmonetary gifts or offers in addition to cash payments.”
“Mr. Kowalksi in Jacksonville has already filed a suit seeking class-action status, in circuit court in St. Johns County, Fla., naming Deutsche Bank AG and Citigroup Inc. mortgage unit Citi Residential Lending, accusing them of violating Florida laws and seeking nonmonetary relief.”
“They are also frequently fail to share the lifestyle perferences of their subjects, and have no basis for making nonmonetary tradeoffs.”
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