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The penultimate section shows how the household survey data underestimates household income and hence consumption, and uses the household sector's disposable income figures from the flow-of-funds tables to reestimate household consumption expenditures.
In the remaining Table II results, we reestimate the baseline model using alternative measures of trade receivables to address a potential errors-in-variables problem associated with our proxy for receivables.
Second, we wanted to reestimate the prevalence of M.
To examine this possibility, in columns (4)-(6) of Table 6 we reestimate the equations in column (6) of Table 3 and columns (3) and (7) of Table 4, using only the subsample of public-university faculty on whom we have salary data.
This confusion has led some analysts, such as Moody's, to reestimate the "true picture" of the total local government debts.
Another way to examine possible differences since 1999 is to reestimate the regressions presented in Table 3 using only the subsample 1988-99 to see if excluding the period following the switch to PCE and later to core PCE would materially influence the results.
The solution is to regress capital growth on all of the other independent variables from the original income growth equation and then use the residuals to reestimate the equation.
Report subsidy reestimates in two distinct components: the interest rate reestimate and the technical/default reestimate.
So, you must reestimate and proceed, assuming certain things about the future.
If the coefficients are unstable over time, it is necessary to reestimate the hedonic functions frequently to detect the quality changes appropriately.
He is never afraid to reassess and reestimate, to barge into another controversy and churn his way energetically through the evidence, to (returning to that musical image) add his own experimental chords and riffs and the occasional shrill but attention-getting dissonance.
Property-liability underwriting income in the third quarter of 2015 included an unfavorable reserve reestimate of $47 million, primarily due to the annual review of asbestos and environmental exposures in the discontinued lines and coverages segment.