When it comes to assessing a country's exporting capability, there is no greater economic variable
than the exchange rate.
Worawud also said that post-election stability will be another economic variable
for the country, and it could have a direct impact on future trade and investment decisions for years to come.
'Exchange rate is an economic variable
, and can't be adjusted on an individual's will,' the finance minister said further.
A fundamental weakness of economic theory is the assumption of ceteris paribus which simply means "other factors held constant".An economic model that attempts to predict the relationship between one economic variable
and all others is practically impossible to implement.
Stock's reaction to an economic variable
reflects the variable's effects on future corporate cash flows and inflation.
For each economic variable
, an acceleration ( or deceleration) was computed, which can be defined as the average rate of change in the last three years minus the average rate of change in the previous three years.
Second, this study includes an economic variable
to determine what effect, if any, the strength of the economy, as a proxy for government cost sensitivity, may have on jurisdiction-stripping activity.
If lagged changes in some macro economic variables
cause variations in stock prices and past fluctuations in stock prices cause variations in the economic variable
, then bi-directional causality is implied between the two series.
We should therefore probably speak of non-mediated AFS (AFS target being a component of the aggregate demand or of the aggregate offer), and of mediated AFS (AFS target being an economic variable
characterized by a certain economic lag behind the final component of the aggregate demand or of the aggregate offer, according to the case);
How reliable oil price is as an economic variable
predicting fluctuations in GDP growth remains controversial.
The first economic variable
to be analyzed is employment.
Neoclassical economics typically assumes that the deviation of an economic variable
from its expected value, i.e.