misestimate


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Synonyms for misestimate

to calculate wrongly

to make a mistake in judging

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Synonyms for misestimate

judge incorrectly

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Younger and older consumers have a greater tendency to misestimate the value of their home, which leads them to make an RCM, which in turn results in their borrowing at a higher APR than they could have obtained.
From a health literacy perspective, there may be significant negative, long-term health-related implications associated with this exemption if consumers (1) misestimate the calorie and nutrient content of restaurant prepared foods, especially if those foods are relatively unhealthy (i.
Furthermore, because the reported knowledge levels of pharmacists in our sample were so close to those reported for New York City pharmacists, (33) we feel that any sample biases are unlikely to have resulted in a significant misestimate of knowledge or attitudes.
This will misestimate the savings because some of the savings will be operation and maintenance of the cabooses.
They then demonstrate the impact of these measures, illustrating how we currently misestimate the supply of general health care available to a population and discussing the more subtle ramifications of factors such as professional and geographic distribution of women in the workforce in shortage areas.
If the event does not occur in a particular sample period, investors will appear irrational in the sample and economists will misestimate their preferences.
In the literature there are four main hypotheses for why firms misestimate loss reserves: (1) taxes, (2) income smoothing, (3) financial weakness, and (4) price regulation.
Chambers, Godwin, and Vecchio (2000), have found that a high proportion of subjects misestimate the portion size they consume, even those who felt confident in their estimates.
Previous tests generally employ PAC contributions from only one cycle, which could impose the wrong structure on contracts between PACs and politicians, causing researchers to misestimate a contribution's impact.
This problem is exacerbated by the misestimate of the wage elasticity of labor supply.
Taht: "We now know there are significant implications for insurance companies that misestimate mortality at older ages, and our research is helping insurers by better informing the decision-making process so costly mistakes can be avoided.
However, the long recall interval (six months) may lead patients to misestimate utilization.
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This has made it misestimate the Arab stances brought by Arab Foreign Ministers to the UN.
The head-count index limits our understanding of poverty and misestimates the efficacy of antipoverty policies.