OILP

AcronymDefinition
OILPOxford Institute of Legal Practice (Oxford Brookes University; Oxford, England, UK)
OILPOffice of Information Law and Policy (US DOJ)
OILPOperator-Initiated Lightpath Provisioning
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where SLFR is the S&L failure rate; INS is the ceiling level of federal deposit insurance per insured account, in constant dollars; OILP is the price per barrel of imported crude oil, in constant dollars; COST is the nominal annual average cost of funds to S&Ls; MORT is the nominal annual average S&L mortgage rate; and TAP is the ratio of tangible S&L capital to assets.
The variable OILP represents the price per barrel of imported crude oil, expressed in 1982 dollars, in either the first half or the second half of any year studied.
where, according to Barth |1~, it is expected that, ceteris paribus, SLF is an increasing function of REC, COST, and INS, whereas SLF is a decreasing function of OILP, CAP, and MORT.