Many economists prefer to consider what they call a fundamental equilibrium exchange rate, or FEER.
What does FEER stand for?
FEER stands for Fundamental Equilibrium Exchange Rate
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We have 4 other meanings of FEER in our Acronym Attic
- Fundasaun Esperansa Enclave Oecusse (rural development; East Timor)
- Fédération des Établissements d'Enseignement Privés (French: Federation of Private Education Institutions; Canada)
- Field Emission Electric Propulsion
- Foundation for Environmental and Economic Progress
- Front End Engineering Package
- Fulbright Educational Exchange Program (educational grant)
- Far Eastern Economic Review (Hong Kong business magazine)
- Field Even-Echo Rephasing
- Fonds Enregistré de Revenu de Retraite (French: Fund Registered Retirement Income; Canada Revenue Agency)
- Foreign Exchange Encashment Receipt (Nepal)
- Future Earnings and Employment Record (UK)
- Federal Environmental Emergency Response Centre (Russia)
- Fuels, Engines and Emissions Research Center (United States Department of Energy)
- Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing
- Field Evaluation & Examinations System
- Flexible Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing
- Floquet Edge-Excited Surface
- Florida Energy Extension Service
- Foraminal Epidural Endoscopic Surgery
- Friends of Environmental Education Society of Alberta (Canada)
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The Fundamental Equilibrium Exchange Rate (FEER) is that value of the real exchange rate that is consistent with macroeconomic equilibrium.
By analogy, the fundamental equilibrium exchange rate is defined as the exchange rate that is consistent with macroeconomic balance in the medium run.
The concept of the Fundamental Equilibrium Exchange Rate (FEER) was first used in Williamson (1983) to calculate the misalignments of the exchange rates for major currencies, and as a basis for his target zone proposal.
APPENDIX Fundamental equilibrium exchange rates for the G3 by R.