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“In economics, the term "ceteris paribus" is usually pronounced with a hard "c" and a long next "a": kay'tur-ees pah'ree-boos.”
“That assumption that nothing else matters ceteris paribus is a REALLY big one in economics.”
“I myself have been told I could have taken up any of the above professions successfully, save perhaps for football coach; and I suppose that, ceteris paribus, that is true.”
“Ceteris paribus, people with no friends in a congregation are 7 percentage points more likely to switch congregations than someone with more than ten friends.”
“But, of course, the Law of Supply and Demand applies ceteris paribus (all else being equal).”
“If you import 20 million illiterate campesinos from Mexico and Guatemala, your per-capita GDP is going to go down, ceteris paribus.”
“February 10th, 2009 at 3: 04 pm if, ceteris paribus, they would rather live in Europe or Kentucky the overwhelming answer would be Europe.”
“I bet if you asked people from Kentucky who had lived for even a short time in Europe as a student or even had spent some time in a major American city if, ceteris paribus, they would rather live in Europe or Kentucky the overwhelming answer would be Europe. richard Says:”
“Ceteris paribus, if State spending continues (deficit spending) as it has over the past decade neither the existing tax breaks or proposed will matter.”
“As for unintended consequences, assuming ceteris paribus no major revelations, I would think more scrutiny would not only affect management behaviour, but investor behaviour as well, towards being more risk-averse.”
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