Ex-Ante


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Ex-Ante

Describing any predicted future event. For example, an analyst may predict a company's earnings ex-ante and then compare its actual earnings to gauge the accuracy of her prediction. See also: Ex-Post.
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In addition to this, the contribution from the Zurich Flood Resilience Alliance towards a paradigm shift in ex-ante investment on a policy level will be included in the impact assessment.
Ex-ante conditionalities (ExAC) are one of the key elements of the cohesion policy reform for the period between 2014 and 2020.
Keywords: ex-ante assessment; active policies; labor market; social impact; rural area
In the existing WESM set-up, ex-ante offer is based on forecast demand, while ex-post is referenced on actual demand.
In the ex-ante licensing policy, firms set their royalty rates competing for the adoption in the standard.
In the SMR draft report, TRA has identified a number of markets which are likely to be susceptible to ex-ante regulation going forward.
Thus far, there are no reported cases where a plaintiff brought suit for ex-post reasonable but ex-ante unreasonable behavior or products.
As far as possible, that framework should aim to leave the pricing of risk ex-ante, and the consequences of risk ex-post, to the market.
This paper places a critical view on this approach based on the concept of substitution between ex-ante and ex-post transaction costs and near decomposable transaction dimensions.
This rate reaches almost 100 per cent for large public infrastructure projects where the authorities have an obligation of ex-ante control.
This can improve the ex-post bargaining power of the owner and, thus, creates ex-ante incentives to invest.
They also demonstrate some general equilibrium implications of endogenous contracts; for example the ex-ante value of human capital can be higher in an economy with moral hazard.