predeterminable


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predeterminable

(ˌpriːdɪˈtɜːmɪnəbəl)
adj
able to be predetermined; able to be determined in advance
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For me this was revelatory work, as it saw the well-functioning capitalist economy as driven by unseen and visionary forces springing from the creativity and opportunity of business people--forces that cannot be imagined to obey any stationary stochastic formula (Phelps, 2006d) (28)--nor indeed any predeterminable stochastic formula (Frydman and Goldberg, 2007).
The other side of this misunderstanding is the belief that society may be radically redesigned or at least continually adjusted and micromanaged toward some optimal state that is predeterminable through foresight and reason.