An individual with a higher predicted objective probability
of an accident is more likely to have a low-quality insurer, as measured by summary indicators of quality (Table 7, Panel A, columns (2), (8), and (10)).
Not surprisingly, large gaps in the objective probability
of college completion exist by the time students reach the 10th grade and these would need to be addressed with earlier interventions.
The expected intrinsic "consumption utility" p[U.sup.W] + (1 - p)[U.sup.L] increases with p, the objective probability
of a home win.
(306) If this is meant as an objective probability
concept, it suffers all the same flaws as it does in the probable cause context.
Wijst, "Default risk and its Greeks under an objective probability
measure," in Proceedings of the Stockholm School of Economics--Department of Finance Seminar Series, November 2003.
"Just as no man is allowed to be a judge in his own cause, similar fears of bias can arise when--without the consent of the other parties--a man chooses the judge in his own cause." (99) Therefore, the objective probability
of bias that emerged from this set of facts required the recusal of Justice Benjamin as a matter of due process.
Your chance of surviving is your objective probability
(6) The theory should rest on a (yet to be supplied) notion of objective probability
It seems even more attractive when you consider that, if you know enough about the horses to assess their objective probability
of winning, you might reasonably be in a position to select a small number in each race that will give you a better than 50 per cent chance of getting each leg right.
Proponents of objective probability
theories locate probability relations outside the human mind.
From equations (1) and (2), the critical objective probability
, [P.sup.*], is given by: