Imputed value

Imputed value

Refers to the value of an asset, service, or company that is not physically recorded in any accounts but is implicit in the product, e.g., the opportunity cost of cash remaining in a savings account and not invested.

Imputed Value

The value of a company including its opportunity cost and intangible assets.
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3tbbc the estimated imputed value of one contract is 500 000 eur.
As only one imputed value is calculated for each missing value in the single imputation method, variability originating from missing data is ignored.
1m giving an imputed value to ZincOx Korea of USD 63.
The authors show that simple methods of imputation (such as replacing unknown results below the detection limit with the mean of the range of values between 0 and the lower detection limit) can dramatically change the reported outcome of a study when the imputed value is treated as if it were real in statistical analyses.
Brickman's foresight to invest in the West Village office market prior to its emergence as a premier submarket resulted in a tremendous amount of imputed value," said Marshall.
Finally, when an income source is not allowed to be negative but its imputed value is negative or zero, we bottom code that source at $1.
Himanshu, a professor at Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University and a Mint columnist said that the Indian government has yet to clarify the additional imputed value and its effect on change in poverty levels.
The AMS also includes an imputed value to producers of the dairy and sugar price support programs.
15 million) due to the high imputed value to their own land and labour involved in production.
Incorporating the error term provides for greater options or degree of randomness for the imputed value and thus reduces the threat that the model will be defined by a specific value (Little & Rubin, 2002).
Since interest on checking has not been permitted since the 1930s, banks provide imputed value in the form of earnings credits.