Thus, size is hypothesized, ceteris paribus
, to be positively related to fund discounts.
H3: Ceteris paribus
, lenders are more likely to require audited accounts to be prepared if the debt is repayable over a longer period of time.
generalizations, like Snell's law, help scientists to do this.
Sea mencionado de paso que el ceteris paribus
tiene gran aplicacion en los diferentes metodos que utiliza la economia en su rol de ciencia.
H1a: The greater are the perceived penalties, the lower is the likelihood of participation in the urban informal economy, ceteris paribus
Consequently, it is hypothesized that the higher the percentage of the population that is age 65 and older (AGE65PLUS), the greater the overall rate of voter turnout, ceteris paribus
H2: The Indian consumers, ceteris paribus
, are likely to perceive no difference in the benevolence of Mydala, Snapdeal, and Dealsandyou online group buying websites toward them.
In this respect, ceteris paribus
, the demographic trend is set to weigh on share prices over the coming decades.
However, the most basic assumption of all comparisons, in economics and every other scientific discipline, is ceteris paribus
, which is "all or other things being equal or held constant" in Latin.
07 which means that an increase in national debt by EUR 100 leads to an increase in the primary surplus in the following year by about EUR 7 ceteris paribus
Our estimates suggest that this group's ceteris paribus
disadvantage, relative to national average pay in Belize, widened from 18.