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Feer

(fār),
Emil, Swiss pediatrician, 1864-1955. See: Feer disease.
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It can thus be concluded that the FEER, DEER and NATREX are strongly based on macroeconomic equilibrium principles and the resulting equilibrium exchange rate is consistent with medium- or long-run macroeconomic equilibrium.
Barrell and Pain (1998) report on some calculations using the Institute Global model, NiGEM, that suggested that the FEER might be 15 per cent or more below where it is now.
Bertil Lintner, "The Secret Mover," FEER, 7 May 1992, p.
Nayan Chanda, "The Third World Race for Ballistic Missiles," FEER, 2 June 1988, pp.
The front cover page regains its trademark yellow border and a modernized version of the FEER logo, while the inside pages offer a crisp, colorful and sprightly lay-out.
This article uses the HMT model to estimate the FEER so that the extent of any real exchange rate disequilibrium can be evaluated.
More importantly, he will offer some form of apology for historical wrongdoing by the Catholic Church in China, primarily its close connection with European imperialism,'' FEER reported.
The FEER has been used as an analytical device by a number of authors to assess exchange rate misalignment (Williamson (1985, 1990), Barrell and Wren-Lewis (1989)), as well as in the context of discussions of 'blueprints' for international policy coordination (Williamson and Miller (1987)), Frenkel and Goldstein (1986), Currie and Wren-Lewis (1989), and in discussions of the 'appropriate level' at which to join a pegged exchange-rate system such as the European Monetary System (EMS) (Wren-Lewis, et al.
Sources: 1) FEER - Telerate, 2) AWSJ- Dow Jones International
This article uses the long-run trade equation elasticities from the models of Her Majesty's Treasury, the National Institute of Economic and Social Research and the Bank of England to examine the FEER calculation.
An economy cannot continually diverge from its NAIRU and FEER because the automatic stabilising mechanisms in the economy will eventually produce adjustment.
It also sketches the evidence for believing the pound's ERM central rate to be above the FEER.