ERER

AcronymDefinition
EREREquilibrium Real Exchange Rate
ERERElectronic Real Estate Recording (Minnesota)
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Dufrenot and Yehoue (2005) made a major contribution to the empirical literature in Africa by estimating the ERER using a panel cointegration and common factor analysis.
Erer, "Switched-gain guidance for impact angle control under physical constraints," Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, vol.
Cronin'e gore her terorizm dalgasinin tek bir ortak ozelligi bulunmaktadir: terorizm bir gun bir sekilde sona erer. Esasen Cronin'in 2003-2009 yillari arasinda alti yil suren arastirmasinin cikis noktasini da tam olarak bu husus olusturmustur.
[34.] Onat A, Ceyhan K, Erer B, Basar O, Uysal O, Sansoy V.
"The fundamental issue right now is that every single territory in the world has problems that are very challenging, not just for the cinema market, but politically and economically," says FilmNation Entertainment senior VP of international sales Tara Erer, citing Brexit currency uncertainties in the U.K., pay-TV market woes in France, and unrest in Brazil and the Middle East.
Apart from insufficient staffing, the high turnover rate, especially at university and private hospitals in the past 10 years, is a top priority for nurse managers (Kocaman, Seren, Kurt, Danis, & Erer, 2010).
Terming that "GCC currencies are now clearly misaligned with their fundamentals"; it said the equilibrium real effective exchange rates (ERER) have depreciated significantly in the past two years, given the large terms-of-trade losses (as a result of the slump in oil prices), but the actual real effective exchange rate (REER) has appreciated because of the appreciation of the dollar.
Kenan Erer presenter of program called Kargalaryn Kahvaltysy (Breakfast of Crows) was informed by his managers that they cannot stand increasing pressure against the radio and they decided to remove his program.