endogenous variables


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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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22 capability Table 4: The direct, indirect and total effects of endogenous variables Variables Direct Indirect Total effect effect effect Attractive capability- 0.
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.
The predicted values of the endogenous variables are then used in the second stage in lieu of the actual variables to mitigate the endogeneity problem.
The use of a block exogeneity Wald test allowed us to test the joint significance of lagged endogenous variables in each equation in the vector.
However, these measures will not reveal the weakness of a particular instrument if remaining instruments are highly correlated with the endogenous variables (Staiger and Stock 1997).
Exogenous forces arise from outside the working of the price system and endogenous variables respond to them in a way dependent upon the price system.
This research has one exogenous variable of organizational citizenship behavior and two endogenous variables of brand equity and service quality.
Thus, we consider Information Disclosure, Population of Construction, and Unemployment to be endogenous variables.
Staiger and Stock (1997) and Stock and Yogo (2005) show that if the instruments in a regression are only weakly correlated with the suspected endogenous variables then the estimates are likely to be biased.
GS still suffers from apparent fluctuations in overall economic performance that are influenced by several exogenous and endogenous variables, particularly, related to the Israeli siege.
The model contains four endogenous variables (TC, TR, I, and [pi]) and three exogenous variables.
The causality between the two endogenous variables in Equations (2) and (3) may well be bidirectional.