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Variable

An element in a model. For example, in the model RS&Pt+1 = a + b Tbill t + et, where RS&Pt+1 is the return on the S&P in month t+1 and Tbill is the Tbill return at month t, both RS&P and Tbill are "variables" because they change through time; i.e., they are not constant.

Variable

Anything that does not have a set value. In basic algebra, a variable is often expressed as "x." Variables in economics and finance may be measures such as GDP, prices, or interest rates. Analysts use complicated equations to determine the value of some variables at the present time and even more complicated equations to predict their possible future values. See also: Regression.

variable

Something, such as stock prices, earnings, dividend payments, interest rates, and gross domestic product, that has no fixed quantitative value. See also dependent variable, independent variable.
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Among the control variables, the significantly negative impact of cash deals does not support the evidence in the extant literature.
As a result, the null hypothesis (independent variables) is rejected, the relationship between the control variables and meaningful work experience and considering the amount of correlation in this case is equal to 0/387 Which indicates a positive, direct relationship with good intensity, i.
The model of second hypothesis test is a regression model in which possibility of profit chain breakage is dependent variable and it is a function of accounting flexibility level and control variables.
The estimates in Column 4, where all control variables are included, imply that aggregate institutional ownership in dual-class firms is 3.
where all variables are as previously defined and x is a vector of control variables including the physical forms of the toxics released and proxies for consumer tastes and firm characteristics.
where i denotes different firms, and k the number of control variables.
I also consider how the control variables differ across firms with and without bank debt.
The control variables include firm size, size of investment, debt ratio, dividend yield, managerial ownership and a "contamination" dummy.
Additionally, the controller avoids flooding by employing pressure differentials as control variables, using models from earlier-generation multivariable controllers.
0 incorporates a new GUI administration tool named the Rule Architect which allows users to create and modify the business rules and control variables directly while the system is operating.
The Integrity architecture features a unique patented multi-wafer reactor chamber which addresses all process control variables affecting the deposition of high-quality dielectric films, including flow dynamics, reactor concentration, temperature, and pressure.
0/1 dummy = 1 if application was approved Test variables Female 0/1 dummy = 1 if more than 50 percent of the business is owned by females Minority 0/1 dummy = 1 if more than 50 percent of the business is owned by blacks, Asians, Pacific Islanders, Native Americans, or Alaska Natives Hispanic 0/1 dummy = 1 if more than 50 percent of the business is owned by Hispanics Control variables Investment opportunities Size Natural log of business's total assets + Age Natural log of business's age in years + Cash flow quality Equity Business's total equity (in $millions) + Leverage (Total assets-total equity) /total assets - Sales Business's 1992 total sales (in $millions) + Leases 0/1 dummy = 1 if the business has any leases ?