### Table 6. Description of Variables Included in Econometric Models

1999

"... In PAGE 24: ... fertilizer nutrient use per acre of food planted = f (agroecological factors, market infrastructure, socio- demographic characteristics, household assets, fertilizer price, household commercialization index, regional crop specific intensity indices) 2. gross value food output per acre of food crop = g (input use, agroecological factors, market infrastructure, socio-demographic characteristics, household assets, household commercialization index, regional crop specific intensity indices) Definitions of each variable in these models and their expected signs are found in Table6 . Table 7 shows the mean and standard deviation of each variable incorporated in the model.... ..."

### Table 1 - Database used for deriving the econometric models

"... In PAGE 3: ... The measurements for the entire sample are reported in Table 1. In Table1 we also report the PRF values which indicate the level of performance reached by the process, calculated as the LocsProcDiv/Hours ratio. G57G6fG72G6bG73G68G6fG70 G6fG6e G50G72G6fG67G72G61G6d G43G6fG6dG70G72G65G68G65G6eG73G69G6fG6e G2d G42G65G72G6cG69G6eG2c G4dG61G72G63G68 G31G39G39G36 G33 NAME PROJECT DATE Phase code Hours Activity object object PHASES 1.... ..."

### Table 7. Descriptive Statistics of Variables Used in Econometric Models

1999

### Table 9. General econometric models. The dependent variable is the VALUATION of each gamble.

in Economics

2002

"... In PAGE 6: ...able 8. Description of variables in regression models........................................46 Table9 .... In PAGE 7: ...able 8. Random effects models using experimental data ...................................76 Table9 .... In PAGE 58: ...qual to zero. The p-value is 0.01 in the gain domain. The p-value is 0.04 in the loss domain. Analysis of demographics Table 10 presents the results from extending Model 1 from Table9 to include individual demographic variables. The coefficients for the intercept, EV, SD, Range, and Context are significant and have the expected signs.... In PAGE 87: ... This informs us that the aversions to ambiguity found in Model 3 are driven primarily by aversion to ambiguity in probabilities for both domains. Demographics analysis The analysis presented in Table9 is an extension of model 3 which includes a number of demographic variables. While none of these demographic variables are statistically significant at any reasonable level, there are some interesting findings.... In PAGE 88: ... Table9 . Random effects model with demographic Variables Dependent variable is the certainty equivalent.... ..."

### TABLE 1 FORECASTING PERFORMANCE LITERATURE CATEGORIZED BY ERROR MEASURE AND TYPE OF ECONOMETRIC MODEL

### Table 1. Description of Variables Used in Econometric Model.a Variable Description Units Meanb

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### Table 1. Description of Variables Used in Econometric Model.a (continued) Variable Description Units Meanb

"... In PAGE 35: ...31 Table1 . Description of Variables Used in Econometric Model.... ..."