Managers who attempt to goose their earnings through their choice of ERR
will have to rectify the choice when actual earnings fall short of expected earnings for an extended period of time, leaving the fund underfunded, and possibly triggering mandatory contributions.
Because monetary policy influences short-term interest rates in the case of an IRR or nominal exchange rates in the case of an ERR
, the UIP puzzle can be formulated in terms of monetary policy (Backus et al.
as "1" if country i is under hard peg at time t and "0" under intermediate and floating: adopting hard peg rather than intermediate or floating results in an increase of [[beta].
In this study, 112 perimenopausal women were randomized to 4 mg/day of ERr
731 or to placebo for 12 weeks.
The standardised extract ERr
731[R] (drug:extract ratio 16-26:1, extraction solvent calciumoxide:water 1:38 (mass/mass)), consists mainly of rhaponticin and desoxyrhaponticin and small amounts of the aglycones trans-rhapontigenin and desoxyrhapontigenin (both together about 5%).
And the fans may concur with the idea of replacing K err
if Ireland fail to finish in the top two of a qualifying group for the second successive time.
towards the familiar and expected, even if cumbersome.
But why not err
on the side of caution and seek to find ways to terminate pregnancies in the most humane ways possible for both the woman and the fetus?
As Grampaw Pettibone would say, "Gol darn it, to err
may be human .
Societies that err
on the side of too much conformity lose the ability to innovate and adapt to changing conditions and, hence, they eventually fail.
That may be so, but the government has decided to err
on the side of caution.
But, as David Nirenberg has stunningly shown in Communities of Violence, we err
when we attempt to create teleologies of violence.