LOP

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AcronymDefinition
LOPLibrary of Parliament (Information and Documentation Branch; Ottawa, Canada)
LOPLength of Pull (shooting)
LOPLiga Ochrony Przyrody (Polish: Nature Protection League, Warsaw, Poland)
LOPLaw of One Price (economics)
LOPLoss of Pointer (SONET)
LOPLegal Orientation Program
LOPLoss of Pointer
LOPLinux on Power
LOPLocal Operation
LOPLow Oil Pressure
LOPLetter of Permission
LOPLocal Oversight Program
LOPList of Participants (United Nations)
LOPLoss of Power
LOPLine Of Position
LOPLines Of Position
LOPList of Publications (academia)
LOPLean of Peak (fuel mixture setting)
LOPLack of Power
LOPLet Out Property (real estate designation)
LOPLevels of Processing (human memory theory)
LOPLift-Off Point (offshore pipelines)
LOPLive Online Portal (website)
LOPLife of Project
LOPLetter of Protest
LOPLoss of Pay
LOPLoss of Privileges
LOPletter of protection
LOPLow Operating Power
LOPLabour Overhead and Profit
LOPLack of Penetration (welding)
LOPLords of Pain (website)
LOPLack of Performance (human resources)
LOPLeast Objectionable Program (Paul Klein, NBC)
LOPLow on Power (gaming)
LOPLoss of Offsite Power
LOPLocal Operational Plot (US Navy)
LOPLeft Occipito Posterior (fetal position)
LOPLines of Persuasion (psychologial operations tactics)
LOPLimit of Protection
LOPLocal Operating Procedure
LOPLocal Operating Panel
LOPLocal Operational Plan
LOPLetter Of Proposal
LOPLack of Potential
LOPLetter Of Promulgation
LOPLord of the Pit (Magic the Gathering)
LOPLinear Optimization Problem
LOPList of Open Points (project management)
LOPLogistics Officer Program
LOPLikely Operational
LOPLunar Orbital Prospector
LOPLauncher Operator Panel
LOPLetter Of Procurement
LOPLight Off Panel
LOPLeading One/Zero Prediction
LOPLosing Our Parents (website)
References in periodicals archive ?
PPP rests on assumptions, chiefly that the law of one price must hold for part of the purchases being compared.
Nevertheless, theorists have tried to apply the idea of the same good being similarly priced across countries, most notably in the Law of One Price. It was championed by Cassell (1918, 1916).
In this case, both currencies are equally used in international markets, and the law of one price (LOOP) holds perfectly for both types of goods.
Second, I test the law of one price by testing restrictions on risk prices across factor portfolios and EREIT portfolio.
By the law of one price, which is enforced through arbitrage, if two assets are equivalent they will tend to have the same market price.
For example, it raised questions about the applicability of the law of one price, it coincided with a period of extraordinary house price volatility, and it witnessed changing patterns of asset demand on the part of households and financial institutions alike.
This resembles the law of one price where prices for a well-defined product traded in two separate geographic markets should constitute a single integrated geographic market.
Adjusted comparable prices and the law of one price
Among the topics are empirical evidence on the theory of non-renewable resource economics, bioeconomics: nature as capital, biological resistance, the spatial economics of forest conservation, water institutions and the law of one price, and transboundary water issues.
An alternative approach, based on cointegration analysis techniques, has been developed and used to test for causality, market integration and the so called "Law of One Price" (Asche et al., 2004)
This year s two prize-winning papers, which were selected from numerous excellent submissions, address particularly topical economic policy issues and display outstanding academic quality: Systemic Sovereign Risk: Macroeconomic Implications in the Euro Area by Saleem Abubakr Bahaj, University of Cambridge, and Information Frictions and the Law of One Price: 'When the States and the Kingdom became United by Claudia Steinwender, an Austrian economist currently at the London School of Economics.
Seigniorage benefits are significant-for example, the US has enjoyed a higher rate of return on its assets held abroad than it has had to pay foreigners on their dollar assets for every single quarter since 1960-defying the law of one price. It is not a prize to be given up lightly.