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something that is likely to vary

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a star that varies noticeably in brightness

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a symbol (like x or y) that is used in mathematical or logical expressions to represent a variable quantity

liable to or capable of change

marked by diversity or difference

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(used of a device) designed so that a property (as e.g. light) can be varied

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The present study aimed at investigating the role of invitational education and intelligence beliefs on academic performance was significant and the effect of independent exogenous and endogenous variables on academic performance showed that the model predicts .
This approach permits estimation of effects among endogenous variables, net of the effects of other variables.
Endogeneity also yields estimation problems causing biased results and may arise when a covariate is simultaneously determined with the endogenous variable or when a covariate is not inserted in the regression (Greene 2007).
For IV estimation, parameter identification requires at least one variable that is correlated with the endogenous variable, uncorrelated with error term of the outcome equation, and does not affect the outcome conditional on its regressors (Angrist, Imbens, and Rubin 1996).
TABLE 2 Variable Definitions and Sample Statistics Variable Definition Mean Endogenous variables SNAP Participates in the Food Stamp Program (1 0.
This book examines how money, in the absence of interest (Riba) and money market can become an endogenous variable of an economic system.
To assess whether our instruments are sufficiently related to the endogenous variable, we use an F-test of the joint significance of the instruments in reduced form.
This suggests that once placed in its proper longitudinal context, the lagged endogenous variable does not explain international patterns of firm performance.
t] is the endogenous variable whose coefficient is normalized to unity, [w.
Then one regression was conducted from each exogenous variable to MD, and one regression was conducted from each endogenous variable to MD while accounting for the contributions from the upstream exogenous variables.
The results clearly show that the N/U indicator is an endogenous variable that strongly reflects the level of borrower's income,' said QFR Managing Director Ahmet Kocagil, PhD.
Each equation contains only one current endogenous variable, each equation is just identified, and no use is made of any possible theoretical information about possible simultaneous structural equations that might contain more than one current endogenous variable.
5 Hausman tests support the treatment of each element of organizational forms as an endogenous variable in the estimation of the other.
Expected consumption growth now depends on an endogenous variable, which tilts the consumption path away from random-walk behavior.
One unusual feature of the Dixit-Stiglitz approach is that the range of manufactures supplied becomes an endogenous variable.