economics terms

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1992
absolute advantage
abstinence theory
acceleration principle
accounting cost
acyclical
additionality
animal spirits
anti-inflationary
antiausterity
ANZCERTA
APA
appropriability
atomistic
austerity
bank rate
bargaining power
bimetallism
black economy
BRIC
BRICS
BRUK
bubble
bubbly
budget constraint
bull trap
business cycle
business economics
business index
cameralist
capital account
capital gain
capital gains tax
capital goods
capital loss
cardinalize
cash leakage
casualisation
catallactics
CGT
classical unemployment
commodity
common good
competitive
consumer
consumer price index
contraction
contractionary
contracyclical
core inflation
corporate tax
countercyclical
covolatility
currency war
cyclical unemployment
debtor
defaultable
deficit spending
deflation
deflator
demand
depression
depressionary
depressionless
depressionlike
derivatives market
discretionaries
discretionary spending
diseconomy
disinflation
disinflationary
disposable income
distribution
division of labour
domestic debt
drawdown
dualistic development
duopoly
durable
durable good
durables
Dutch disease
ease of doing business index
easy money
econometrics
economic capital
economic rent
economism
elastic
elasticity
employment
equivalent variation
exogenous
externalize
factor
factor market
factor of production
fiat currency
fiat money
financial capital
financialization
fiscal policy
flypaper theory
free rider
frictional unemployment
FTA
fundholding
G
GIIPS
GNP
gold standard
Goldilocks economy
greater fool theory
green tax
gross domestic product
gross national product
GTIN
guided capitalism
hard money
Homo economicus
homothetic
Hooverian
horizontal integration
hyperinflation
hyperinflationary
illiquidity
index
indicator
indifference curve
inelasticity
inferior good
inflated
inflation
inflationism
invisible hand
isocost
Jevons paradox
Keynesian
Keynesianism
labor market
laissez faire
law of diminishing marginal utility
law of diminishing returns
leading indicator
liquidationism
locomotive
marginal utility
marginalism
market basket
market foreclosure
market price
marketizer
Marxian unemployment
means of production
merger
metallism
metallist
microcosting
micropayment
microtransaction
mid-priced
midmarket
MMF
monetarism
monetary impotence
monetary policy
monometallic
multiplier
NAIRU
national debt
natural price
negative growth
netput
network effect
network externality
nominal
nonauto
nondurable
nonmanufacturing
nonrivalrous
normal good
normalization
normative economics
nosedive
odd lot
opportunity cost
output
overissue
overleveraged
overtake
pari passu
pay-as-you-go
PIGS
PIIGGS
PIIGS
PIIIGS
PMI
policy mix
political economy
positional
positive economics
postboom
PRC
preboom
prerecession
price index
price level
price stability
primary industry
primary sector
procyclical
procyclicality
producer
producer price index
protection
public good
public ownership
purchasing power
purchasing power parity
quantification
quantitative easing
ratissage
real
real capital
reflate
reflation
reflationary
remonetization
rent
rent seeking
reprivatization
reprivatize
reserve currency
revalorization
risk-averse
seasonal unemployment
secondary industry
secondary sector
semi-elasticity
semistrong
service
SEZ
shadow price
short sale
Smithian
Solovian
sovereign debt
stagflation
stagflationary
stamp duty
state ownership
static equilibrium
structural deficit
structural unemployment
sunk cost
superinflation
superior good
superneutral
supply and demand
supply-side
takeover
tatonnement
terms of trade
tertiarization
tertiary industry
tertiary sector
tight money
tighten
time preference
time spread
total revenue
trade balance
trade deficit
trade surplus
transfer earnings
transversality condition
trickle down
trickle-down
undercapitalize
underconsumption
user charge
util
utile
utility
velocity
vertical integration
volume
Walrasian
zaibatsu
ZIRP