exogenous variables


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exogenous variables

[‚ek′säj·ə·nəs ′ver·ē·ə·bəlz]
(mathematics)
In a mathematical model, the independent variables, which are predetermined and given outside the model.
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2) If the exogenous variable is used only in the first step, then its unitary effect is:
Knowledge as latent exogenous variable included four observed variables such as knowledge on symptoms of HIV/AIDS, mode of transmission, consequences and prevention strategies.
The assumption of multivariate normality, however, can often be relaxed, in particular for exogenous variables.
2] values, dropping any one of the exogenous variables (SHRM, and EA) that clarifies the endogenous variable (OE) has comparatively small effect size on [R.
Therefore, a separate model is estimated in which debt is not considered as an exogenous variable, in order to compare government expenditure multipliers with and without controlling for debt.
Hence a linear regression may not be the best modeling tool to find the causal relationship between the endogenous and exogenous variables.
Previous studies treat PU and PEU as exogenous variables and draw a covariance line between them (Chang, 2004; Wynne W Chin et al.
In order to test the significance impact of the exogenous variables on the HHI for the Norwegian imports from Asia and Oceania, we fit a regression model that is summarized in Figure 1.
Comparative statics for five exogenous variables are conducted as follows:
While states and coalitions are endogenous to the G-20 negotiation process, their behavior can also be driven by exogenous variables that reshape the context in which they operate.
VAR models enable modeling of the futures prices based on a selection of endogenous or exogenous variables (10).
We label the exogenous variables [xi]i, for person i, and the vector of endogenous factors [eta]i.