## Look up: Ceteris-paribus

1. Ceteris Paribus
Ceteris parabus is Latin for other things being equal
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2. Ceteris paribus
A ``ceteris paribus`` assumption is often fundamental to the predictive purpose of scientific inquiry. In order to formulate scientific laws, it is usually necessary to rule out factors which interfere with examining a specific causal relationship. Under scientific experiments, the ceteris paribus ...
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3. Ceteris paribus
All other influencing factors are held constant. Generally used to refer to supply and demand functions to show that demand and supply curves are drawn with all other determinants held constant.
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4. ceteris paribus
[adv] - all other things being equal
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5. Ceteris paribus
The Latin term 'Ceteris paribus' means, in a UK legal context: 'other things being equal'.
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6. Ceteris paribus
All things being equal, a term often used in economic modelling....more on ceteris paribus
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7. Ceteris paribus
Ceteris paribus: 1. Literally (in Latin), other things the same. 2. Figuratively, all else being equal (staying the same). 3. In research, the effect of one variable when other factors remain constant. The ceteris paribus thinking has been that the sharp decline in cirrhosis deaths in Paris during t...
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1. ceteris paribus
adverb all other things being equal
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2. ceteris paribus
means 'assuming all else is held constant'. The author is attempting to distinguish an effect of one kind of change from any others. Contexts: phrases
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3. ceteris paribus
(from the article `demand curve`) ...because price and quantity demanded are inversely related (i.e., the lower the price of a product, the higher the demand or number of sales). This ... ...since product price and quantity supplied are directly related (i.e., as the price of a commodity increases i...
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4. ceteris paribus
ceteris paribus Other factors remaining the same. Literally: 'Other things the same.'
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5. ceteris paribus
caeteris paribus, ceteris paribus Other things being equal. 'The company CEO said that caeteris paribus (ceteris paribus), he would appoint a woman to be the new CFO.'
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6. Ceteris paribus
Latin phrase meaning, approximately, 'holding other things constant.' Used as shorthand for indicating the effect of one economic variable on another, holding constant all other variables that may affect the second variable. Contrasts with mutatis mutandis.
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7. ceteris paribus
e.g. in a demand curve or schedule, the assumption that factors other than price which influence demand (such as consumer incomes and tastes) are held constant....
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8. Ceteris Paribus
Ceteris paribus (Latin: all other things being equal) is the widely used assumption in economics that the variables under consideration have no other effects on the economy than those specified and are not themselves affected by any other variables. Usually hopelessly unrealistic, the ceteris paribu...
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