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Temporal consistency and policy credibility

Giandomenico Majone

Temporal consistency and policy credibility

why democracies need non-majoritarian institutions.

by Giandomenico Majone

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Published by European University Institute in San Domenico .
Written in English


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SeriesEUI working papers -- RSC 96/57
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Open LibraryOL16659421M

In economics, dynamic inconsistency or time inconsistency is a situation in which a decision-maker's preferences change over time in such a way that a preference can become inconsistent at another point in time. This can be thought of as there being many different "selves" within decision makers, with each "self" representing the decision-maker at a different point in time; the inconsistency.   The findings support the importance of source credibility as evidenced in source-credibility model and eWOM literature (Chang and Wu, , Luo et al., , Luo et al., ). Based on the results it can be concluded that characteristics of source credibility play an important role in consumer's perception of information credibility and.

Even if credibility is communicated less in the decisions, a specific phrase that indicates a judgment of the credibility of the rape claim still appears to be commonly used. The phrase is a version of the following sentence: ‘We have emphasised how your statement is supported by documentation gathered in temporal proximity to the incident in. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice ® publishes articles on the application of psychology, including the scientific underpinnings of the profession of psychology. All articles for this journal should have clearly stated implications for practicing psychologists; it is recommended that these implications be mentioned in the abstract and discussion section.

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Temporal consistency and policy credibility. Florence: European University Institute, Robert Schuman Centre, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Giandomenico Majone; Robert Schuman Centre.

Giandomenico Majone, "Temporal Consistency and Policy Credibility: Why Democracies Need Non-Majoritarian Institutions," EUI-RSCAS Working Pap European University Institute (EUI), Robert Schuman Centre of Advanced Studies (RSCAS).Handle: RePEc:erp:euirsc:p Temporal consistency analysis of IOBP aims at verifying the capability of a set of processes to interact by exchanging messages in a successful way so that all the temporal constraints are respected.

For example, the temporal consistency of responses across two occasions among American undergraduates is a predictor of differential trait heritability in Japan and Sardinia, five-year stability in Germany, and self/observer agreement in Russia and the Czech Republic (rs = Cited by: Temporal consistency in stakeholder‐oriented language.

Whereas the shareholder‐value principle remains predominant in the United States, stakeholder theory presents an important alternative (Donaldson & Preston, ; Freeman, ).According to stakeholder theory, the primary objective of corporations is to balance the interest of all stakeholders rather than prioritizing shareholders Author: Taekjin Shin, Jihae You.

The notion of policy credibility can be traced back to a seminal article by Kydland and Prescott () and has been applied in various policy fields, such as monetary and fiscal policy (Persson. Credible Review Detection with Limited Information using Consistency Analysis.

05/07/ ∙ by Subhabrata Mukherjee, et al. ∙ Max Planck Society ∙ 0 ∙ share. Online reviews provide viewpoints on the strengths and shortcomings of products/services, influencing potential customers' purchasing decisions. We first establish that there exist two distinct dynamic processes, one as a function of the amount of time a book has been available for review and another as a function of the sequence of reviews themselves.

We find that, once we control for calendar date, the residual average temporal pattern is increasing. As depicted in Figurewith the probability-based temporal consistency, the time-oriented negotiation process is normally where increasing upper bound constraints are presented and evaluated with their temporal probability consistency states until the probability is above the user’s bottom-line confidence; the probability-oriented negotiation process is normally where decreasing temporal.

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reliability, and internal consistency. There are three main concerns in reliability testing: equivalence, stability over time, and internal consistency.

These concerns and approaches to reliability testing are depicted in Figure 1. Each will be discussed next. Test-retest reliability.

Test-retest reliability refers to the temporal. Downloadable. This paper studies the behavior of a central bank that seeks to conduct policy optimally while having imperfect credibility and harboring doubts about its model.

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A temporal consistency method for online review ranking Knowledge-Based Systems, Vol. An exploratory study of business-to-business online customer reviews: external online professional communities and internal vendor scorecards.

Merriam, notes that “there is almost no consistency across writers in how [the philosophical] aspect of qualitative research is discussed” (, p. She also adds that, in true qualitative fashion, each writer makes sense of the field in a personal, socially constructed way.

The field of. Consistency of current finding with existing knowledge Statistical qualities of the results; Number of comments: Indicative quotes “Sound methodology appropriate controls, using different approaches/ method to prove the same hypothesis” “Temporal consistency of relationships.

Test of consistency across. Internal Consistency Reliability. In internal consistency reliability estimation we use our single measurement instrument administered to a group of people on one occasion to estimate reliability.

In effect we judge the reliability of the instrument by estimating how well the items that reflect the same construct yield similar results.

Healthcare marketers must take up and use evidence from well-credited research whenever possible to gain recognition and acceptance of their work by healthcare executives and physicians (Swann et.

The populist narrative hinges on the feeling of frustration with the current Situation. This SUERF Policy Note focuses on financial inequality, populism and central bank independence, shedding light on the relationships between aggrievement in the electorate and large financial inequality, the advancement of populist parties and the risk that myopic policies are going to be adopted.

credibility. If policy-makers are aware that their policy levers will be blunted in the future if their reputations are damaged today, then they will have incen-tives to change their strategies. There is an inter-temporal trade-off and so the policy-maker’s rate of time preference becomes salient and the strategic policy.The internal consistency reliability was calculated by averaging over the two examiners' scores to produce an average proportion correct for each machinist's mate on each of the 11 tasks.

The machinist's mate's performance on the 11 tasks was then intercorrelated for all task pairs: r 1,2, r 1, r 10,Introduction Learning objectives: You will learn basic concepts of causation and association. At the end of the session you should be able to differentiate between the concepts of causation and association using the Bradford-Hill criteria for establishing a causal relationship.

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