### Table 1. Fingerprint-individuality estimates

2006

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### Table 4: Estimates of the individual covariance matrices

### Table B.4: Estimates of the individual covariance matrices

### Table 4: Estimated individual impact of policy variables on fiscal costsin % of GDP

"... In PAGE 16: ... Inasmuch as they are calculated beyond the range of the sample, and also taking into account their sensitivity to the functional form of the equation, these limiting projections should probably not be taken too literally. Perhaps more realistic are the estimated impact of switching one policy from strict to lax (holding all others constant at the sample mean value) which, as shown in column B of Table4 , amount to several percentage points of GDP. Another caveat worth reiterating is that we have not included variables measuring pre-intervention preventative policy in the final regressions.... In PAGE 17: ... The estimated extreme strict (A) and lax (C) base case costs should be treated with caution, as they refer to out of sample points and are sensitive to functional form of the estimated equation. Tables 4 and 5 show the estimated individual impact of policy variables on fiscal costs: Table4 shows the impact as a percentage of GDP, Table 5 as a percentage of base- case fiscal costs. The results illustrate that among the different policies tools, liquidity support and forbearance measures seem to be the costliest measures, with the equation predicting that, if deposit guarantees, forbearance and repeated recaps are employed, not extending liquidity support could halve the expected fiscal cost.... ..."

### Table 5 Exponential parameter estimates for individual participants in Experiment Parameter estimates Av Participants 12345 Asymptotes (k)

2004

"... In PAGE 19: ... Table5 presents the parameter estimates for the 4k C0 1b C0 2d fits of the average and individual partici- pantsC213 data. Consider first the asymptotic (k) parameter estimates, which measure the likelihood of computing an interpretation of the sentence that met the criteria to be judged acceptable.... ..."

### Table E.2 Estimates for Individual Program Pairs Smoking Colon

### Table 3: Estimated individual impact of policy variables on fiscal costs

"... In PAGE 8: ... On the other hand policy could have been worse: had countries engaged in all of the above policies fiscal costs in excess of 60 per cent of GDP would have been the result (Figure 2). As Table3 indicates, liquidity support and forbearance measures prove to be the costliest measures. Even if deposit guarantees, forbearance and repeated recaps are employed, not extending liquidity support could reduce fiscal costs by almost two thirds.... ..."