IRP

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IRP

Abbreviation for:
idiopathic recurrent pancreatitis
Independent Reconfiguration Panel 
independent review panel  
insulin-releasing polypeptide
international reference preparation
interstitial radiation pneumonitis
intramural research programme
iron regulatory protein
isovolumic relaxation period
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Given that it has only been in the last few years that countries have experimented with negative interest rates as part of an economic stimulus package, very little research has been done on the impact of the negative rates on interest rate parity.
Mason (2011), "Covered Interest Rate Parity in Emerging Markets," International Review of Financial Analysis 20(5): 355-363.
The long-run uncovered interest rate parity in view of a trading strategy, Applied Economics 41: 2927-2739.
the uncovered interest rate parity, for the situations where futures contracts are not used, in which case expectations come into play and predict a future spot value that will allow for profit to arise.
Most of the research on international interest rate parity has involved aggregate measures.
According to uncovered interest rate parity, the difference in interest is equal to the expected depreciation of the higher yielding currency.
If the computed t was greater than the critical t then the null hypothesis was rejected, otherwise it would be concluded that interest rate parity holds between the U.
1) This kind of extension has already been addressed from an empirical point of view in Bekaert and Hodrick (2001), who use a VAR containing long- and short-run interest rates and the exchange rate to test jointly for the expectations hypothesis of the term structure and the uncovered interest rate parity.
Interest rate parity provides a simple solution to the problem of translation.
particular emphasis on the interest rate parity theorem.
2003) analyze various aspects of integration of some recently joined countries with the European Union in a model in which interest rate parity is part of the nominal exchange rate equation.
2) The idea is simple: uncovered interest rate parity can be written as
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