The first term is the total number of workers employed in the previous period that continued with the same idiosyncratic productivity level during the current period and that either were not exogenously
relocated to the leisure island or, if they were, were able to come back to the production island within the same period.
which means that [SIGMA] is determined by the variance of the exogenous shock ([OMEGA]) and the exogenously
given capacity ([kappa]).
S moves endogenously to allow (Al) to be satisfied with L moving along its exogenously
imposed no-policy recovery path.
Further, Levine (1998) argued that legal origin exogenously
determined the degree of financial development that promoted economic growth.
The level of government expenditure is exogenously
specified as 20 percent of output.
Contractile responses to all three exogenously
administered agonists were attenuated following incubation of isolated rat prostates with red clover extract compared to vehicle controls (182 mg/ml, P < 0.
In summary, exogenously
administered NE retains its antidiuretic/antinatriuretic action following acute removal of renal sympathetic nerve action.
7) A (>0) and [alpha] (0 < [alpha] < 1) are parameters for the exogenously
given technology and capital income share.
Three features of the economic environment were determined exogenously
because the processes needed to generate them are too complex to incorporate into the simulation program.
The high educated workers in complex occupations in period t + 1 are comprised of those who are not exogenously
separated in period t according to the separation rate from complex occupations [x.
However, there is no need to retain output as a separate explanatory variable for capital within an aggregate context; exogenously
determined labour supply enables derivation of a solution for the optimal capital stock as a function solely of variables exogenous to the domestic economy.
Conditional sufficiency would seem to require an exogenously
determined trend of population size.