ERPTExploitants de Réseaux Publics de Télécommunications (French: Operators Public Telecommunications Networks; Morocco)
ERPTExchange Rate Pass-Through (currency)
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ERPTEnergias Renovables para Todos (Spanish: Renewable Energy for All)
ERPTEmergency Response Planning Team (Canada)
ERPTEmployee Retirement Plan Trust (Arlington, VA; US Army Nonappropriated Fund)
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The coefficient on [E.sub.t] captures the degree of ERPT. Given the variables are in logs, ERPT is complete if the coefficient is 1.
Looking at Canadian export prices denominated in Canadian dollars, complete ERPT implies export prices remain unchanged; U.S.
Most of the theoretical and empirical studies that focus on industrialized countries define ERPT as the percentage of change in local currency import prices resulting from a percentage of change in the exchange rate, as mentioned in Goldberg and Knetter (1997).
Typically, ERPT to domestic prices are higher in emerging market economies than their developed counterparts: These economies are highly dependent on imported intermediate goods in the production process, either in the form of raw materials or capital goods.
Literature review on exchange rate pass-through (ERPT)
ERPT refers to the elasticity of inflation to exchange rate changes and can be decomposed into two components: (i) the ERPT on import prices and (ii) the pass-through (PT) of import prices on inflation.
An extensive theoretical literature, which has developed over the past three decades, has identified various explanations why ERPT to import and consumer prices is incomplete.
In 24/36 (66.66%) patients, including one patient who developed leakage following ERPT, colostomy was created in emergency.
In the traditional literature, Exchange Rate Pass-through (ERPT) is defined in terms of import prices in local currency.
The paper reports a substantial degree of variation in ERPT across groups and finds no asymmetric response to appreciations and depreciations.