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Making the ''ceteris paribus'' assumption in error is one of the most common sources of error in forecasting and financial models.  
 
Making the ''ceteris paribus'' assumption in error is one of the most common sources of error in forecasting and financial models.  
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
 
* [[Demand]]
 
* [[Demand]]
 
* [[Financial model]]
 
* [[Financial model]]

Revision as of 21:41, 13 December 2014

An assumption in economic analysis that other variables remain unchanged.

For example, looking at the relationship between demand and price, we assume for analysis purposes that all other variables are held constant.


Making the ceteris paribus assumption in error is one of the most common sources of error in forecasting and financial models.


See also