OTBE means "Other things being equal," or ceteris paribus if you're into latin.

It's a phrase used to simplify economic analysis by isolating the effect that one variable has on another, assuming all other conditions remain the same.

Usage example: "Higher inflation results in higher interest rates, OTBE."

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