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Because health is assumed to be exogenous in the part of their paper assessing the gain from mortality risk reduction, their approach is equivalent to assuming that agents have additively separable utility functions whose (exogenous) discount function is not necessarily exponential.
2 A polynomial p(x) [member of] K [x] of degree n is multiplicatively symmetric if and only if there is an additively symmetric polynomial q(x) [member of] K[x] of degree n satisfying
a) Suppose the adult child's utility function is additively separable in first- and second-stage resource allocations, so intertemporal cross partials are zero, that is,
Comparisons across components of the model using hierarchical regression techniques support the claim that individual factors specific to fathers, children, and mothers all additively contribute to father-child interaction quality at first grade.
are independent of location if and only if the demand for leisure has the additively separable form
Indeed, in the context of an additively separable cost function, such cost misestimation is seen to be a necessary condition for the existence of cross-subsidization.
The adoption of an additively decomposed Tornqvist price index formula has two purposes.
In this analysis, we show that the fractions can only be interpreted as shares if(l) the true underlying generating function is additively separable or (2) conditions are mutually exclusive (i.
In that case, treating the externalities additively would bias upwards estimates of the optimal tax.
C-reactive protein and electrocardiographic ST-segment depression additively predict mortality: the Strong Heart Study.
Overall, some students have correct visual spatial representations of equal areas, and therefore of equivalent fractions (column 2, Table 4) In contrast, incorrect explanations indicate that some students view fractions additively as two unrelated whole numbers, where more pieces means the two areas, and therefore fractions are different (column 3, Table 4).