Economics

by gerb0150wr
(170 terms)
term Description
supply
demand
supply and demand
International Monetary Fund
IMF Short for "International Monetary Fund"
central bank
public spending
fiscal policy
minimum wage
government spending
expansionary
purchasing power
stimulate the economy
stimulate
economy
recession
unemployment
underemployment
mobility
inflation
deflation
raise taxes
lower taxes
increase spending
cut spending
monetary policy
depression
budget
monetarism
mercantilism
federal budget
taxation
model
appropriations
financial
crash
deficit
debt
interest
compound interest
interest rate
aid
foreign aid
bonds
stocks
stock market
protectionism
investment
tax base
behavioral economics
boom-and-bust cycle
business confidence
capitalist
communist
capitalism
communism
emerging market
commodities
subsidies
government subsidies
subsidized
duty
imports
dividends
demand curve
exports
tax on imports
tariff
diversification
consumers
consumer spending
equity
supply curve
volatility
diminishing returns
progressive taxation
regressive taxation
speculation
indirect taxation
direct taxation
cashflow
division of labor
supply chain
market
exchange rate
currency
laissez faire
self regulating
trickle down
elastic
inelastic
price
free trade
free trade agreement
direct trade
fair trade
trade
multinational
international
corporation
gross domestic product
GDP Short for "gross domestic product"
per capita
gold standard
gold backed
growth
decline
expenditure
revenue
encourage growth
insurance
labor
scarcity
indicator
microeconomics
risk
regulation
stagnation
welfare
social security
macroeconomics
distribution of wealth
outsource
redistribution of wealth
Marxism
lower class
middle class
upper class
Chicago school of economics
liberal economics
monopoly
vertical integration
horizontal integration
poverty
below the poverty line
living in poverty
nationalization
privatization
reserve
appreciation
capital gains
lending rate
mint The printing of money
national debt
buyer's market
seller's market
incentives
natural resources
productivity
cash reserve
foreign exchange
bailout
government bond
treasury
curb public spending
quantitative easing
go bankrupt
bankruptcy
double-dip
credit rating
growth forecast
competition
borrowing rate
deregulate
devaluation
income
leverage
market value
money market
quota