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Exogenous

Describes facts outside the control of the firm. Converse of endogenous.

Exogenous

1. Describing anything outside a company's control. For example, a company may fail because of a recession even if it does everything right. In this case, the recession is an exogenous factor.

2. See: Independent Variable.
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As all P-Values for path coefficients between exogenous variables (SHEM, and EA) and endogenous variable (EA) are less than (0.
Constant term and debt is considered as exogenous variable.
The observed exogenous variables are represented by vector X; they include the BASIC scores for Vehicle Maintenance, Controlled Substance, Driver Fitness, Fatigue Driving, and Unsafe Driving.
The study builds a research model consisting three exogenous variables, four endogenous variables, and 17 causal relationship hypotheses.
In order to test the significance impact of the exogenous variables on the HHI for the Norwegian imports from the European continent, we fit a regression model that summarized in Figure 1.
For example, in our model, the levels of premium and compensation in the risk transfer system were exogenous variables.
However, state behavior can be influenced by exogenous variables that shift the behavior of actors.
Further investigation of these results using additional exogenous variables in the VAR models, and rolling forecasts would provide additional valuable insights.
where [eta] is an m x 1 vector consisting of the dependent variable (awareness of PQI) and the mediating factors (level of activation, satisfaction with current care, trust in information sources), and where it is assumed that there is an n x 1 vector [xi] of exogenous variables (e.
This model structure when used in conjunction with an artificial neural network for representation of the (unknown) functional forms for f(*) and g(*) will be referred to as a nonlinear autoregressive exogenous (NARX) ANN (or, more specifically, as a NARX(p, q) ANN when the model orders p and q for the dependent or output variables and for the exogenous variables, resp.
Following Gourieroux & Monfort (1997), all other exogenous variables (i.
Exogenous variables are always independent variables in the SEM equations.