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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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First stage regression estimates for the probability of enrollment (high school age) (n=19,022) number of days number of exogeneous variables drank in drinks in past year past month Risk of bodily harm from drinking -22.
Exposure to exogeneous estrogens in food: possible impact on human development and health.
For both sets of instruments, the overidentifying test of exogeneity cannot reject the null hypothesis that the teacher-specific mean math test score and discipline incidents are exogeneous.
But its origins are exogeneous, since the community arose through the resettlement in this area of a group of Black Uruguayans who accompanied Artigas into exile in Paraguay, during the Francia dictatorship].
Exogeneous melatonin administration significantly reduced MDA, XO and NO levels, increased GSH levels, and attenuated tissue lesion area.
Suboptimal iron and Hb levels can lead to serious health consequences for the patient on hemodialysis, including reduced quality of life and cardiac function, increased hospitalization days and mortality, and reduced response to exogeneous erythropoietin (NKF, 2006).
Also, it is assumed that the market parameters in the CAPM (risk-free rate, market returns, and systematic risk) are exogeneous and constant through time.
4) The extent to which de Certeau's work on the whole speaks to moments of transformation and shifting paradigms, moreover, opens the way to revisiting and revising the city-as-text model through the lens of a culturally or linguistically exogeneous navigation.
If the independent variables are strictly exogeneous from the composite error term [u.
While competition intensity has a significantly higher impact on retail prices, recent events in the energy sector demonstrate that retail price evolution is much more sensitive to exogeneous factors.
Similar to the findings for advanced economies, changes in money growth, nominal exchange rates, price of imports, inflation expectations, and exogeneous supply shocks, especially to oil and food prices, are identified as the main determinants of inflation in emerging market economies.
The increase in the ICT coefficient demonstrates that even after taking lags for ICT investments and thereby controlling for simultaneity bias, the choice of ICT investments is still not exogeneous in our productivity estimation.