Smithin, John (2002/2003) Interest Parity, Purchasing Power Parity
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1991: Does long-run purchasing power parity
hold within the European monetary system?
These outcome variables include Compensation Levels, Foreign Direct Investment Inflows (Log), Gross Domestic Product per Capita at Purchasing Power Parity
, Gross Domestic Product per Capita, Labour Productivity at Purchasing Power Parity
, Labour Productivity, Overall Productivity Growth, Overall Productivity, and Real Gross Domestic Product Growth.
The purchasing power parity
theory serve as equilibrium condition in the theory of exchange rate determination and in exchange rate policy.
But I think we should adopt policies so the rate moves closer to purchasing power parity
Uncovered Interest Parity and Purchasing Power Parity
For his comparison to have any validity, he would have to find a source that would convert 1990 per-pupil expenditures using currency exchange rates based on purchasing power parity
This concept will be tested for the Canadian dollar by seeing whether adding information about the purchasing power parity
value of the exchange rate can improve forecasts.
All estimates of gross domestic product and components of GDP are done in terms of constant purchasing power parity
in a benchmark year (2007) that is one year before the base year (2008) used in this study.
Once the final products achieved under the project, the country will be able to join the next round of the International Comparison Program (ICP), which in turn will allow you to have direct estimates of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in terms of purchasing power parity
Qian Yingyi, the dean of the School of Economics and Management (SEM) of the Tsinghua University, said that China would become the world's largest economy "almost surely before 2020 in terms of purchasing power parity
On a purchasing power parity
basis, GDP per capita in Asia would rise to $38,600, compared with the projected 2050 global average of $36,600.