A hypothetical increase of the base case PD by 50% and LGD by 25%, ceteris paribus
, would lead to a downgrade of the Class A Notes to A (high) (sf).
Accordingly, the index of the average value of the overall cost of living in state j, COSTj, is hypothesized to be a decreasing function of the degree of labor freedom in state j as measured/reflected by MINWAGEj, GOVTEMPj, and UNIONj, ceteris paribus
Proposition 2: Ceteris paribus
, appreciation of the host country currency against the home country currency persuades foreign subsidiaries to repatriate higher dividends and vice versa.
Therefore, economists usually isolate the relationship between variables on the assumption that all the other factors are constant.In the real world though, ceteris paribus
does not exist.
B4=0.45, is a partial regression coefficient of land size and tell us the influence of land size on the maize production ceteris paribus
. This means that if labor used increases by 1unit, then the yield will increase by 0.45 kg.
Machaj grants Hulsmann's basic point that we can weaken this strict ceteris paribus
rule towards a counterfactual rule, because even with other factors (A, B, C, D) influencing K, we can still know that the increase in T led to a lower level of K than otherwise would have been the case.
: the evolution of the clinical trial.
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
H1: The Indian consumers, ceteris paribus
, are likely to perceive no difference in the trustworthiness of Mydala, Snapdeal, and Dealsandyou online group buying sites.
In theory, this is true only if all other things remain the same, or as economists would say "ceteris paribus
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.