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endogenous variables

[en′däj·ə·nəs ′ver·ē·ə·bəlz]
(mathematics)
In a mathematical model, the dependent variables; their values are to be determined by the solution of the model equations.
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Whereas the DSGE models have been developed on the basis of strong assumptions about the functional forms, exogeneity, market structure and dynamic structure of the constraints, the SVAR models were initially proposed with minimal restrictions on the dynamics of the endogenous variables.
To predict the endogenous variables of the model, we predicted the exogenous variables first, such as the number of researchers and the growth rate of the world economy.
where Y denotes the exogenous variable--that is, the degree of unionisation of German members of parliament--and k is the relevant time lag with which the exogenous is affecting the endogenous variables.
The causality between the two endogenous variables in Equations (2) and (3) may well be bidirectional.
The effect of independent exogenous and endogenous variables on academic performance showed that the model predicts .
However, since the interest rate differential is an endogenous variable for Norway, the relationship between the krone exchange rate and the interest rate differential cannot be interpreted as a causal relationship.
Several preliminary models were developed to identify the most potent set of predictors for each endogenous variable and account for as much of the overall variance in the system as possible, while avoiding multicolinearity problems within equations (zero-order associations among variables on the right side of each equation were under .
The results of this study clearly show that the presence of bloody diarrhea is an endogenous variable in the model showing predictors of hemolytic uremic syndrome, in that the diarrhea is shown to be predicted by, and therefore strongly correlated with, several other variables used to predict hemolytic uremic syndrome.
We then ran the model without each possible endogenous variable such as possible political induced land invasion (PT, INCRA, P1RONAF) and contextual induced land invasion (poverty, agricultural productivity, and population density) and concluded that the endogenous variables are PT, INCRA, and PRONAF.
Anderson and Hsiao (1982) estimator is an example of simple IV estimation, in which there is one instrument for each endogenous variable.
This specification amounts to interacting the dummy endogenous variable [d.