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payoff

(Payment in full), noun discharge, pay-out, sattsfaction in full, settlement

payoff

(Result), noun closure, conclusion, determination, end, finale, finish
See also: effect
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Given this best response, however, the expected payoff [[pi]*.
t]), the objective function of the above program gives the firm's total expected payoff and the left-hand side of IR gives the worker's total expected utility.
P]), and using the probability of failure contingent on a choice of the firm, [pi] (X), to calculate their expected payoffs.
First, if the Fund is senior the payoffs are those shown in Table 1, where F still denotes the face value (interest included) of the Fund's claim from which the expected payoffs of the Fund and of private lenders can be computed as follows:
This produces an expected payoff structure to the equity of the firms involved similar to the earlier case and, by adding the alternative acquirer's options, I produce a set of counterfactual restrictions analogous to the real set.
The next corollary gives the employees' expected payoff under congruent councilors.
and the expected payoff of selecting low price strategy can be expressed as following:
If C1 denotes the expected payoff at time period 1 (one year from today], then:
During that same period, the cost of obtaining a college degree--both for individual students and for taxpayers--grew much faster than the expected payoff.
1) Most of this literature concerns information that has bilateral payoff relevance in the sense that the information in question affects the expected payoff at trial of both the plaintiff and defendant.
A subject acting as risk neutral would always choose the option with the highest expected payoff.

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