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ERBEngineering Research Building (various schools)
ERBEducational Retirement Board
ERBEarth Radiation Budget
ERBEnlisted Record Brief
ERBEnergy Regulation Board
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ERBExchange Rate-Based (finance)
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ERBEurobahn (German: Eurorail)
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ERBEconomic Recovery Bond (California)
ERBÉquipement Régional du Bâtiment (French: Equipment Regional Building)
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ERBEnlisted Review Board (US DoD)
ERBEmployee Relations Branch (various organizations)
ERBEntreprise Redonnaise de Bâtiment (French construction business)
ERBEvangelischer Rundfunkdienst Baden (German Protestant broadcasting service)
ERBÉtude Réalisation Bois (French: Wood Design Study)
ERBEnlistment Retention Board (US Navy)
ERBEinstein-Rosen Bridge (Lorentzian wormhole)
ERBEmerging Results Brief
ERBEconomic Resources Board
ERBExternal Reputation Building (marketing)
ERBEnhanced Radiation Bomb
ERBEducational Requirements Board
ERBEnhanced Readiness Brigade
ERBEmergency Release Board
ERBEmployee Review Board (various organizations)
ERBEcosystems Research Branch (US EPA)
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According to the central bank, the amount is in excess of what is necessary to maintain confidence in Singapore's exchange rate-based monetary policy.
The exchange rate-based monetary policy was necessary at the early stage of economic transformation as financial markets and institutions were severely underdeveloped.
However, later it was revealed that exchange rate-based stabilization typically creates an immediate consumption boom, while money-based stabilization creates a recession in the beginning (Calvo and Vegh 1999).
These dates are quite in line with our prior expectations as December 1999 marks the beginning of the exchange rate-based stabilization program that involved an officially set predetermined path for the exchange rates; May 2001 is the introduction of the first stabilization program in the aftermath of February 2001 crisis; and December 2001 corresponds to the start of the implicit IT regime, marking the start of the latest disinflation process.
But such an exchange rate-based stabilization of inflation is not our current task.
Renewed capital outflows in late 2000 and 2001 reflected a loss of confidence in the subsequent IMF exchange rate-based stabilisation programme.
(4.) The experience with exchange rate-based disinflation stabilization programs has not been restricted to Latin America or developing countries with chronic high inflation.
As can be seen from table 2, the PPP-based measures of real GDP per capita for Japan and the West European countries are not as high, relative to the United States, as the nominal market exchange rate-based measures would suggest.
It is tempting for the monetary authority to either let the currency purely float in order to control monetary aggregates or to resort to exchange rate-based disinflation by means of an active crawl or by means of a currency-board arrangement.
(8) During the 2000 exchange rate-based stabilisation programme, however, there was a reduction in FX deposits both in USD terms and as a share of M2Y, reflecting economic agents' confidence in the programme.