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markup

[′märk‚əp]
(computer science)
The process of adding information (tags) to an electronic document that are not part of the content but describe its structure or elements.

markup

(text)
In computerised document preparation, a method of adding information to the text indicating the logical components of a document, or instructions for layout of the text on the page or other information which can be interpreted by some automatic system.

For example, the source of this dictionary is marked up by enclosing cross-references in curly braces which are significant to the World-Wide Web server software.
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His estimates of this markup differ from others because of two methodological differences.
Angela Park, from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore, and colleagues examined variation in price markup by hospital and by oncology specialty using 2014 Medicare Part B physician reimbursement data.
As a result, the order states, "Barclays did not detect and review excessive markups on the intraday trades in non-agency RMBS that are the subject of the order."
A competitive firm's markup will not depend upon the market share of other firms in its industry and, in many models of firm behavior, should rise as its market share increases.
Applying a markup percent may also lead to a false sense of confidence that the prices will lead to profitability: If that percent is chosen arbitrarily without the user thoroughly understanding the breakeven dynamics of the business, it can have the opposite effect and undermine profitability.
This article relies on a large international cross-industry data set to study how the presence of short-term financial constraints (henceforth, liquidity constraints) and the degree of product market competition increase or reduce the cyclicality of markups. We follow a difference-indifferences identification strategy based on Rajan and Zingales (1998) to provide systematic empirical evidence on whether the strength of financial constraints makes markups more or less pro- or countercyclical and how this phenomenon relates to the competitive environment prevalent in each industry.
Third-party money manager markups. Frequently, reps are unaware that they may be paying management fees that are 10 to 15 bps higher than what the fund manager actually charges.
Valdes said, "SCCU has never engaged in rate markups, and our goal is to save members $30 million in rate markups this year."
They also indicated that variable utilization eliminates the evidence for increasing RTS, making price markup close to one, given the absence of large pure profits in the American economy.
Using the coefficients from the econometric model, we first simulated the effect of the observed reduction in markups over the sample period.
where ln is the natural log operator, [[mu].sub.s] (s = 15, ..., 36) is the estimated markups at the sectoral level as obtained by the Hall-Roeger cross-sectional model (Eq.
(1991), 'Markups and the business cycle', in Blanchard, O.