ex ante


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ex ante

(ɛks ˈæntɪ)
adj, adv
based on what is expected to happen: ex ante risks.
[Latin ex from + ante before]
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affects ex ante investment decisions by parties to incomplete contracts.
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Aunque para ello tal vez deba aguardar a un futuro articulo que pienso escribir sobre la relacion entre el analisis ex ante y ex post en su totalidad y el esquema analitico de mi Teoria general.
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They argue that the salient difference between ex ante and ex post choices is whether one performs subsequent to choosing to compete, since risk and feedback are present in both choices.
The other crucial feature is limiting ex ante regulation to situations in which monopoly actually emerges.
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This comparison further bolsters our proposal in favour of a division between ex ante and ex post versions of the rule.
Needless to say, in contracts between unrelated parties these terms are set at the outset of the contract through negotiations using only ex ante information.
This retrospective review is meant to ensure that regulations achieve their intended outcomes and to improve agencies' use of ex ante analysis by comparing projected outcomes with actual results.