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Exogenously : because the flow of land supply is exogenously determined and easily measured, hong kong offers a unique situation to study and trace the impact of land supply restrictions. exogenous adj. Pronunciation: ek-'sä-j -n s ə ə Function: adjective Etymology: French exogène exogenous, from exo- + -gène (fr. Greek -genēs born) ― more at - GEN Date: 1830 1 : produced by growth from superficial tissue <exogenous roots produced by leaves> 2 a : caused by factors (as food or a traumatic factor) or an agent (as a disease-producing organism) from outside the organism or system <exogenous obesity> <exogenous psychic depression> <exogenous market fluctuations> b : introduced from or produced outside the organism or system specifically : not synthesized within the organism or system –ex·og·e·nous·ly adverb The clarity of the exogenously defined variables that affect the economy is very important in writing the essay. Residual
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This note was uploaded on 06/09/2011 for the course ECON econ 1001 taught by Professor Wong during the Fall '09 term at HKU.

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