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endogenous

Biology developing or originating within an organism or part of an organism

endogenous

[en′däj·ə·nəs]
(biochemistry)
Relating to the metabolism of nitrogenous tissue elements.
(geology)
(medicine)
Pertaining to diseases resulting from internal causes.
(psychology)
Pertaining to mental disorders caused by hereditary or constitutional factors.
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Endogenous change can occur simply as a result of engaging in the routine.
1], taking account of endogenous changes in domestic prices of quota-constrained imports, is expressed as Equation (A7), which includes the additional output-supply effects present with international capital mobility.
Sorting out the exogenous and endogenous changes may change the questions one should ask in studying the subject and, most importantly, may lead to different research results and subsequent policy implications.
As we see, Robbins conceived of the market as a complex entwinement and mutual adaptation of autonomous actions and law-constrained reactions, of exogenous and endogenous changes unfolding over time.