long-run


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Adj.1.long-run - relating to or extending over a relatively long time; "the long-run significance of the elections"; "the long-term reconstruction of countries damaged by the war"; "a long-term investment"
long - primarily temporal sense; being or indicating a relatively great or greater than average duration or passage of time or a duration as specified; "a long life"; "a long boring speech"; "a long time"; "a long friendship"; "a long game"; "long ago"; "an hour long"
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Chil is good friends with everybody, but he is a cold-blooded kind of creature at heart, because he knows that almost everybody in the Jungle comes to him in the long-run.]
Even Tertius, that most perverse of men, was always subdued in the long-run: events had been obstinate, but still Rosamond would have said now, as she did before her marriage, that she never gave up what she had set her mind on.
But, says an old writer, "he was so busied, belike about matters of higher concernment, that Spenser received no reward."* In the long-run, however, he did receive 50 pounds a year, as much as
Stocks were considered to be just above adequate levels, after dipping below in July, but remained below the long-run average.
As we show in a recent paper (Yi and Zhang, 2016), there is no discernible trend in long-run real interest rates (1) for the 20 largest economies in the world that spans the entirety of the past 60 years.
We use cointegration analysis to estimate a model which allows us to study both the short- and the long-run dynamics of competitive prices within a single framework.
Rare events (RE) and long-run risks (LRR) are complementary approaches for characterizing macroeconomic variables and for understanding asset pricing.
They show that although there is evidence of timing, this does not affect firms' leverage ratios in the long-run. Babenko, Tserlukevich, and Wan (19) demonstrate that current shareholders prefer repurchase timing and future shareholders prefer issuance timing.
In several exciting papers, Bansal and his coauthors propose a way to explain some of those asset pricing puzzles by (i) specifying the inter-temporal structure of risks to put long-run risks into consumption and assets' cash flows and (ii) altering preferences to make the representative consumer care more about those long-run risks.
Long runs: Marathon training truly begins when long-run mileage reaches double figures.
Responsible forestry is not the function of public forest harvesting licensees any more than long-run vehicle maintenance is the responsibility of someone renting a new car at the airport for a week's business visit to Vancouver.
The distinction between the short-run and the long-run is rather well-accepted and uniform in microeconomics and depends on the ability of a firm to adjust or vary its factors of production.

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