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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They also prove that (i) this game always has asymmetric equilibria, but no symmetric equilibria (though the firms are exante identical), (25) and (ii) although firm i's profit is submodular in ([x.
The contingent royalty is exante uncertain, and the higher the uncertainty, the smaller its present value.
Bank, he served as vice president of card solutions for Exante Financial Services, a division of UnitedHealth Group, and as principal of RS3 Solutions, Inc.
In light of the above The Bank intends to engage a consultant (the Consultant) to develop a methodology for exante
Evidence that the control group of nonmigrants is statistically identical to the successful ballots in terms of exante characteristics is reported in Table 2.
Blazek, Jiri, Jan Vozab (2006), Department of Social Geography and Regional Development, Faculty of Science, Charles University, Exante Evaluation in the New Member States: The Case of the Czech Republic in Regional Studies, Vol.
12) Also, they can evaluate the potential changes in wealth for different realizations of the stock price (the exante sensitivity of pay).
An exante assessment of their programmes and continuous monitoring of the social impact would be a step in the right direction.
In their model, firms with an exante high credit rating will not disclose confidential information, but will maintain many relationships.
UnitedHealth Group's OptumHealth Bank (formerly Exante Bank) reported that, as of March 31, 2008, HSA deposits total $580 million.
Contract awarded for Public Tender Evaluation Service Exante 2016
This is consistent with the self-selection hypothesis suggesting that firms engaged in some kind of foreign activity need to have some exante advantages in order to deal with the costs and the complexities of international markets.