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lag

verb dally, dawdle, decelerate, decrease, delay, diiinish in pace, ebb, fail, fall back, fall behind, get behind, go leisurely, hold back, idle, lag behind, linger, lose strength, move slowly, procrastinate, put off, saunter, slow up, take one's time, trail, wane
Associated concepts: implementation date
See also: delay, pause, procrastinate, stall
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The inclusion of bank characteristics may improve model fit during the estimation sample, but it may also reduce the impact multipliers of the macroeconomic factors and lagged dependent variables that drive bank stress scenario forecasts.
A sensitivity analysis was performed using unconstrained DLM [less than or equal to] 30 days, that is, without a polynomial structure to specify the relationship between effects and lagged days, for [PM.
Lagged CDS returns are only weakly (negatively) correlated with equity returns, but the first lag of equity returns is strongly negatively correlated with the CDS returns.
t] is lagged one period, two periods and so on until the coefficient of lagged variable is statistically insignificant and algebraic sign of the variable changes.
092) ** Lagged GDP per capita Lagged agriculture share Lagged manufacturing Share Lagged mining share Lagged export intensity Lagged import intensity AR(1) Country-fixed effect No Yes Observations 792 792 Adjusted R-squared 0.
The theoretical framework also requires querying the possibility to predict the tax rates from their lagged values.
Lagged total credit at first lag has a positive statistically significant effect of (1.
Fu concludes that this de-lagged index, via Reverse Engineering, is not necessarily more informative than the lagged index (the observed index).
Wong said one reason why the Los Angeles Unified School District might have lagged behind other cities is because 43 percent of its students are English-language learners.
She asks the court to infer that given the pipes in other parts of the building were lagged with asbestos, that this was asbestos too.
In discussing the history of Chinese science, the first question to ask would be: "Why has modern science in China lagged behind that of the Western countries, despite the illustrious scientific achievements in ancient Chinese history?
These explanations interact, because if there is asymmetry with respect to the current price change, then there must be asymmetry with respect to lagged price changes.