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  • noun The act or process of mutualizing.

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Examples

  • The process of "mutualisation", reflecting the possibilities and importance of digital content, as well as our view that news organisations should be transparent and open to challenge, will increasingly open up our journalism to direct participation from readers.

    Open door

  • But key people have spent some time setting their strategy of "mutualisation" against News International's of commercialisation.

    paidContent

  • While the government will reiterate that it has no desire to regulate football directly, the Prime Minister believes the democratisation of football club ownership taps into wider themes about the "mutualisation" of public services and the need for regulatory reform.

    TODAYonline

  • The Post Office could be on a "clear path" to mutualisation by the end of this parliament, ministers said, in advance of the launch of a consultation on the proposals.

    Post Office mutualisation proposals unveiled

  • The coalition was investing £1.34bn into the Post Office to improve efficiency and levels of service, but mutualisation would help secure its future, he said.

    Post Office mutualisation proposals unveiled

  • While this no different to any other commercial enterprise, public bodies considering mutualisation will need to bear in mind the risk of failure and the possible need for a buy-back.

    Overcoming challenges of public sector mutualisation

  • However, if Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude's plans for wholescale mutualisation of public services are to be delivered, a number of key considerations need to be addressed quickly.

    Overcoming challenges of public sector mutualisation

  • Subpostmasters, customers and local communities could get a say in the running of the organisation if some form of mutualisation goes ahead.

    Post Office mutualisation proposals unveiled

  • When Alan Rusbridger talked in January's Cudlipp lecture about a new era of mutualisation, he referred to the increasing porosity of the line between journalists and readers.

    Open door

  • But there are sufficient tested mutual models available – traditional co-operatives, tenant management organisations, community gateways and mutuals and the emerging community land trusts – to provide tenants with a flexible menu of devolution options should wholesale mutualisation be sanctioned.

    Growing the co-operative economy could be as radical as right to buy

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