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credibility

  1. 1the extent to which individuals and firms believe that the government will carry out the macro-economic policies that it promises to pursue. Credibility is important in influencing the EXPECTATIONS that individuals and firms have about future economic policies, and these expectations in turn affect their current behaviour.
  2. the extent to which potential market entrants believe that incumbent firms will react to their entry, for example, by cutting their prices. The credibility of such threats by incumbent firms will determine whether potential entrants decide to enter a market.
See BARRIERS TO ENTRY, LIMIT PRICING, POTENTIAL ENTRANT.
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The current study sought to determine whether emphasizing a source's trustworthiness and expertise influenced perceived credibility. Another component used to evaluate credibility is similarity of source and recipient (Hovland et al., 1953; Malka et al., 2009), which was explored in terms of gender in the current study.
To maintain your credibility, you must manage problematic situations and ethical quandaries from multiple perspectives and abide by the principle of transparency.
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On Thursday last week while in Naivasha, the vice chair cast aspersions on the credibility of the police to investigate corruption cases.
Extant credibility scholarship assumes that the credibility of media, the credibility of information and that of information sources be assessed separately (Johnson & Kaye, 2004; Tseng & Fogg, 1999).
nbkc bank has announced that it has signed a nationwide forward-flow agreement with Credibility Capital to purchase small business loans, the company said.
Stephen Covey had a great concept that he called 'the speed of trust.' A person's credibility builds trust, and when you fully trust someone, it enables you to work with them much more efficiently and productively than if you're constantly worrying about them and assessing their abilities.
The crucial thing to remember about these screening interviews is that, to make it to the more detailed on-site interview with the hiring manager and other experts who will respond to your technical expertise, you first have to establish a general sense of credibility. This is true whether you are a salesperson or a leader of an R&D team.
Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales has yet to issue a statement, but during her media briefing on April 25, she said the result of the illegal detention case should have no bearing on the credibility of Luy and other pork barrel scam whistle-blowers.