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Thus, job creation in frictional labor markets places the focus on the cyclical behavior of the expected present discounted value of wages.
For example, they estimate that, on average, the typical policy purchased by an average 65-year-old (about the average age of buyers) and held until death has a load of 18 cents; in other words, the typical policy will pay, on average, only 82 cents in expected present discounted value of benefits for every dollar paid in the expected present discounted value of premiums.
This type of model can be solved forward to express the exchange rate as the expected present discounted value of current and future fundamentals.