However, in addition to the pool of literature being restricted to only five studies (which isnt the CBIs fault there are very few studies that quantify this), the CBI goes on to claim: Since these studies are not mutually exclusiveit is not unreasonable to infer that the net benefit arising from EU membership is somewhat higher than 23 per cent, perhaps in the region of 45 per cent as a conservative estimate. This is a clear leap of faith. Why 4-5 per cent as opposed to, say, 3-4 per cent or 5-6 per cent? Though its not particularly clear about this in the study (a statistical or economic annex would have helped), the CBI tells us it has aggregated the net benefits of various aspects of the EU from different studies. Theres a certain degree of logic to this approach the CBI is right that the benefits in the studies it has looked at arent necessarily mutually exclusive. I also agree that there are likely to be various dynamic effects of EU membership that are hard to quantify. However, given the diverse nature of the studies, simply aggregating the parts, assuming that together they present a fuller picture (a heroic assumption), isnt exactly scientific. Secondly, the CBI doesnt give a clear counterfactual. This is the classic shortcoming of most EU cost-benefit studies: what do we measure against, i.e. what would have been the case absent EU membership? For years, Better Off Outers haverightly been criticised formeasuring EU costs with no reference to a counterfactual (see here for a fine example), assuming that all EU regulatory cost would magically disappear if the UK left the EU. In reverse, the CBI study falls into the same trap to some extent. Does the CBI assume that the UK outside the EU would be left with no trade deal and no single market access? If not, then either the net benefit is presumably lower than the 4 per cent to 5 per cent identified or we need an explanation why that’s not the case.The CBI rightly goes to great lengths to discuss the counterfactuals when it comes to the costs of EU regulation.
And they are the only ones that have taken it upon themselves to invest in our weight class when all other promotions have had more of a hit it and quit it approachor they just focused on the stars they already had and built around them as opposed to building from within,” Ould said. “Its actually an amazing weight class and although I am a little biased about it, I still feel that they have yet to find that star that really stands out and catches the attention of the general masses in order to solidify our place in MMA history, especially with all of the recent progress our sport has made. “Thats not to take anything away from the current champ or any of the females that have fought their butts off up until this pointbut my goal is not to only be respected by my peers but also be recognized more as a household name. Because that is whats going to pay the bills. That is whats going to make all the sacrifice myself and my sons have made, finally make sense especially financially. And I, along with every other flyweight in the rankings currently Im sure, am fully prepared to take on the role of being that standout personality. And thats something I have been told has always worked well for me lol, my personality. I am beyond excited and ready for that opportunity whenever InvictaFC deems that I have earned it.” Ould, 32, hasn’t fought in over a year, but she’ll be looking to make up for lost time with a fight in Invicta FC’s flyweight division perhaps as early at Invicta FC 8. “T-Cat” previously competed in such promotions as Bellator , EC- Extreme Combat and MEZ Sports. With the addition of Ould to Invicta FC’s roster, the promotion’s flyweight division now features nine athletes. “To everyone that has supported me and believed in me even when I didnt myself, I am grateful. Especially Team Quest and the coaches I had prior,” Ould said. “All my current and past sponsors as well. And the ones I hope to work with in the future.
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