RERS

AcronymDefinition
RERSRéseau d'Echanges Réciproques des Savoirs (French: Network of Mutual Exchange of Knowledge)
RERSReal Estate Resource Services (various locations)
RERSRepères et Références Statistiques (French: Ready Statistical References; education)
RERSResonance Electronic Raman Scattering (astrophysics)
RERSRussian Estonian Rail Services (Viimsi, Haabneeme, Estonia)
RERSReliant Energy Retail Services, LLC (Houston, TX)
RERSResonance-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy
RERSResonance-Enhanced Raman Scattering
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Even though different studies continue to find mixed results between capital inflows and real exchange rate (RER), with increased inflows to Sub Saharan African (SSA) countries in the last decade, it is still relevant to empirically test the relevance of capital inflows as a key fundamental driving real exchange rate in this region.
where [y.sub.N] is the supply of non-tradable goods given full employment, e is the RER, c is total private spending, with [theta] being the proportion of this total private spending on traded goods and [g.sub.N] represents government consumption of non-traded goods.
Indeed, Figure 2 shows the correlations between monthly movements of official multilateral RERs using yearly trade weights and 2000's trade weights.
bilateral movements in the official and market-determined RERs. Figure 3 shows the correlations of official bilateral and market-determined bilateral RERs range from--0.38 for Bolivia to 1 for Gabon and Senegal, while the cross-country average correlation is only 0.35.
The problem of RER volatility has given rise to a broad debate in the economics, and finance professions in many parts of the world (Frenkel and Goldsstein, 1987; Cote, 1994).
The RER, on the other hand is expressed as the NER adjusted for inflation.
RER misalignment (1) usually generates severe macroeconomic disequilibrium.
Computerized analysis of changes in RER is proposed to fix the exact point of AT, but I believe that RER going above 1 is tied to too many other factors.
The differences in the measures for the V[O.sub.2], VC[O.sub.2], VE and RER were analyses with a t-Student test for related samples.
Generally, the FCC's regulations state that licensees and applicants of certain types of wireless facilities must routinely assess their compliance with RER radiation exposure limits, which differ, depending on whether the RFR environment is "controlled" (i.e., access is limited to persons, such as technicians, who are theoretically aware of the potential for exposure) as is the case with the rooftops of most buildings containing antennas, or "uncontrolled" (i.e., access is open to the general public).