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Feer

(fār),
Emil, Swiss pediatrician, 1864-1955. See: Feer disease.
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in't Veld (1991), FEERS and the path to EMU', National Institute Economic Review, no.
In order to estimate a FEER, one needs three things: an interpretation of what is meant by internal balance, an interpretation of what is meant by external balance, and a macroeconometric model which can be solved to yield the exchange rate (trajectory) consistent with the medium-run achievement, and subsequent maintenance, of simultaneous internal and external balance.
Wren-Lewis et al (1991) calculate the FEER of the UK to evaluate the entry rate into the ERM(1).
However it is difficult to judge the level of the D-Mark at which the FEER will be achieved.
Barrell (1990), `Calculation of FEERs using steady state GEM' for John Williamson's 'Equilibrium exchange rates: an update', May.
Before we can produce estimates of the FEER we have to analyse the influence of income flows from overseas assets and liabilities on the trend current account.
Lamenting that many foreign publications are wary of offending the Singapore government and often capitulate to its demands for an apology and damages, FEER called for ''deeper reporting and tougher analysis of government actions'' in the island republic.
Hence there is no way to take it into account in FEER calculations except by assumption, and therefore the equilibrium exchange rate calculation will be even more than usual the result of the researcher's judgement.
China Take Sides in Border Skirmish," Chicago Tribune, 19 May 2001; and Rodney Tasker and Bertil Lintner, "Nasty Job for Task Force 399," FEER, 19 April 2001, pp.
Nayan Chanda, "The Third World Race for Ballistic Missiles," FEER, 2 June 1988, pp.
In addition, FEER will use appropriate articles from other Dow Jones publications, including Barron's, SmartMoney, and AmericaEconomia, the business magazine of Latin America.