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exogenous

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  • a  derived or originating externally

  • The effects of endogenous tax changes are especially hard to disentangle from other economic factors, their reasoning went, so they focused on exogenous tax changes and found a .
  • Still, Clinton holds a commanding lead in South Carolina and probably will continue to do so--absent "an exogenous factor that intervenes to shake things up, a significant mistake .
  • Our baseline specification suggests that an exogenous tax increase of one percent of GDP lowers real GDP by roughly three percent.
Quotes

  • Floyd Landis in BBC News
    But it was not from an exogenous outside source of testosterone. I wouldn't hold it against somebody if they don't believe me. I'm a realist,added Landis, who has been suspended by his team. "All I'm asking for is that I be given a chance...
  • Javier Santiso in Joy Online
    These enterprising uses of ICT show that African countries can pursue growth based on greater domestic investment and consumption, in turn reducing the impact of exogenous shocks and crises,adds Javier Santiso.
  • Pranab Mukherjee in The Hindu
    ...exporters to explore new markets, Mr. Mukherjee said that while it was desirable to see the world economy and India's major destination markets revive, "however, such a revival will be an exogenous development. It is, therefore, necessary...

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