disequilibrium

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disequilibrium

a loss or absence of equilibrium, esp in an economy
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Second, with an infinite number of solutions, not only a unique equilibrium, it can adapt to different market situations and disequilibria in European soccer.
Third, Does fiscal adjustment vary with the sign and magnitude of disequilibria and/or with the state of the economy?
MD theorists contend that it is changes in the post-income reservation demand to hold money that cause monetary disequilibria.
2006), I also allow for asymmetric responses to long-run budgetary disequilibria.
Although they are located on the same chromosome, we found no linkage disequilibria between the TNF-[alpha] -863 and the TNF-[alpha] -308 or the LTA NcoI sites.
Nevertheless more recent forecasts, including that published in this Review have tended not to adjust the model equations so that the effects of estimated disequilibria in company sector net liquidity have been fully taken into account.
The dynamic disequilibria is, in other words, the expected impact on financial institutions and markets in the 12 EEC countries as players and regulators hustle to define, redefine, and secure their positions in an integrated Europe.
As for me, I believe I see fairly well its implications for macroeconomic theory; they are the importance of the medium run, the significance of disequilibria, the nature of supply analysis, and the role of competitiveness.
Only within the context of such a framework can the full spectrum of genetic variation and patterns of linkage disequilibria present in current human populations be interpreted, and this is clearly important for the successful implementation of disease gene mapping approaches.
Its main objectives are to help correct disequilibria in the balance of payments of member countries, promote the stability of exchange rates among Arab currencies and the development of Arab financial markets.
Fine mapping of quantitative trait loci using linkage disequilibria with closely linked marker loci.
The magnitude of the price increase for 2005 reflects an unprecedented situation characterized by the disequilibria in the global metals and maritime freight markets, which led to substantial prices increases for these products and services during the last couple of years.