endogenous variable


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Endogenous variable

A value determined within the context of a model. Related: Exogenous variable.

Endogenous Variable

A variable with a value determined by the equation in which it exists. See also: Dependent Variable.

endogenous variable

a VARIABLE in an ECONOMIC MODEL that both affects and is itself affected by the relationship depicted in the model. For example, in the EQUILIBRIUM LEVEL OF NATIONAL INCOME model, an increase in consumption spending increases aggregate demand and raises the level of national income. By the same token, an increase in the level of national income (which results, say, from an increase in investment) will induce an increase in consumption spending. Compare EXOGENOUS VARIABLE.
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The variable of BI has been considered as endogenous variable based on literature, whereas, the variables of board size (BSIZE) and CEO duality (DUAL) have been considered as instrumental variables.
Maps in figures 6 and 8 show the estimated classification of countries into groups for G = 4 when GDP and PS respectively is the endogenous variable. Furthermore, Figures 7 and 9 show the parameter estimates, [[alpha].sub.gt], and average variables by groups over time.
- It is observed that the influences of INMR and OTMR on the endogenous variable are not significant, which means that the employers do not take into account the immigration and the emigration.
The statistical qualities of the model, such as the strong interdependence between exogenous and endogenous variables, support this methodological approach and suggest that OCA theory can provide relatively strong support for the calculation of modified OCA indexes (Skorepa, IES 2011, and Finance a liver 2013).
Annual data is employed for the following endogenous variables (1) Current account as % of GDP, (2) Output gap as % of potential output, and (3) Real effective Exchange rate misalignment
In essence, we apply the Granger causality (GC) concept to investigate the empirical relations between current and lagged endogenous variables and the relative predictive ability of each set of lagged endogenous variables.
(2012) and Mexico's Central Bank claims, a second VAR is estimated using underlying inflation rate ([[pi].sup.s.sub.t]) as an endogenous variable that substitutes for general inflation ([[pi].sub.t]), and non-underlying inflation rate ([[pi].sup.ns.sub.t]) as exogenous variable.
Finally, the style of coping addressed to Problem Solving (ERP), Satisfaction with Life and Feelings about the Future (SF) have positive effects on the endogenous variable Goals and Tasks (MT) of the meaning of life in adolescents.
Among two latent variables, 'Physical appearance' ([[eta].sub.1]) influences the endogenous variable 'Fitness of ferry' while 'Service features' ([[eta].sub.2]) influences the endogenous variables 'Riding safety' and 'Comfort level' individually.
where [y.sub.t] = ([y.sub.1t],[y.sub.2t], ..., [y.sub.kt])' is a vector of K observable endogenous variables.
Where [y.sub.t] is a vector of endogenous variables, [[gamma].sub.0] is constant, [y.sub.t-1] is a vector of their Lagged values, [[epsilon].sub.t] is a vector of disturbance terms of variables which reflect exogenous shocks, B is a square matrix of structural parameters, A(L) is the matrix of lag polynomials, M is the matrix that shows the response of endogenous variables to the structural shocks.
The purpose of this analysis was to observe the direct effects of the two unobserved exogenous variables, knowledge and attitude, on the unobserved endogenous variable, practice (Table3).