eBook Routledge Dictionary of Economics, 3rd Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 0203102495
  • ISBN-13: 9780203102497
  • DDC: 330.03
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 736 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released April 2015
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2013
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The Routledge Dictionary of Economics, now in its third edition, provides the clearest, most authoritative definition of economic and financial terms available. The book is perfect for students and professionals interested in a broad range of disciplines including Business, Economics, Finance, and Accountancy and all additional subjects where a knowledge of these fields of essential.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Routledge Dictionary of Economics.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Preface to the First Edition.
Preface to the Second Edition.
Preface to the Third Edition.
Abbreviations.
1: AAA (G1).
2: Ability to Pay (H2).
3: Abortive Benefits (H2).
4: Above the Line (H5, M3).
5: Abramovitz, Moses, 1912–2000 (B3).
6: Absenteeism (J2).
7: Absolute Advantage (F1).
8: Absolute Income Hypothesis (E2).
9: Absolute Poor (I3).
10: Absolute Scarcity (Q3).
11: Absolute Tax Incidence (H2).
12: Absorption Approach (F4).
13: Absorption Costs (D0).
14: Absorptive Capacity (E2).
15: Abstinence (D3).
16: Abstract Labour (J0).
17: Abundance (Q2).
18: Accelerated Cost Recovery System (H2).
19: Accelerated Depreciation (H2).
20: Acceleration Clause (G0).
21: Accelerator Principle (E2).
22: Accepting House (G2).
23: Access Differential (J3).
24: Accession Tax (D0, P2).
25: Access–Space Trade-Off Model (R1).
26: Accommodating Credit (F3).
27: Account (G2, M4).
28: Accounting (M4).
29: Accounting Balance of Payments (F4).
30: Accounting Costs (M4).
31: Accounting Cycle (M4).
32: Accounting Identity (E0, M4).
33: Accounting Profit (M2, M4).
34: Accretion of a Discount (G1).
35: Accrual Accounting (M4).
36: Accrual Interest Rate (G0).
37: Accrued Expense (M4).
38: Accrued Income (M4).
39: Accumulation (E2).
40: Acid-Test Ratio (M2, M4).
41: Active Fiscal Policy (H3, H5).
42: Active Labour Market Policy (J0).
43: Activist (E6).
44: Activity Rate (J2).
45: Activity Ratio (M2, M4).
46: Actual Budget (H6).
47: Acyclical (E3).
48: Adam Smith Institute (E6).
49: Adam Smith Problem (B1).
50: Adaptive Expectations (E0).
51: Addiction (D1, I1).
52: Adding-Up Controversy (D3).
53: Additional Facilities (F3).
54: Additionality (H2).
55: Additional-Worker Hypothesis (J2).
56: Adjustable Peg (F3).
57: Adjustable Rate Mortgage (G3).
58: Adjustment Cost (D0).
59: Adjustment Gap (Q1).
60: Adjustment Speed (D0).
61: Administered Inflation (E3).
62: Administered Pricing (D4, M2).
63: Administrative Cost (H2, M2).
64: Ad Valorem Tax (H2).
65: Advance (G0).
66: Advance Corporation Tax (H2).
67: Advanced Organic Economy (P0).
68: Adverse Selection (D0, G2).
69: Adverse Supply Shock (E0).
70: Advertising (M3).
71: Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (J5).
72: Affinity Card (G2).
73: Affirmative Action (J7).
74: AFL–CIO (J5).
75: Afriat's Theorem (D1).
76: African–American Economists (B2).
77: African Development Bank (G2).
78: After-Hours Dealings (G2).
79: Aftermarket (G2).
80: Age–Earnings Profile (J3).
81: Ageing Population (J1).
82: Ageism (J7).
83: Agency Broker (G2).
84: Agency Cost (D0).
85: Agency Pass-Through (G2).
86: Agency Shop (J5).
87: Agency Theory (L2).
88: Agent Bank (G2).
89: Agglomeration Diseconomy (R1).
90: Agglomeration Economy (R1).
91: Aggregate Concentration (L1).
92: Aggregate Demand (D1, E2, H6).
93: Aggregate Output (E2).
94: Aggregate Supply (E2).
95: Aggregation Problem (C3).
96: Agio Theory of Interest (E4).
97: Agreement Corporation (G2).
98: Agribusiness (Q1).
99: Agricultural Adjustment Act 1933 (Q1).
100: Agricultural Household (N0).
101: Agricultural Policy (Q1).
102: Aid and Trade Provisions (H5, O0).
103: Aid to Families with Dependent Children (I3).
104: Aid Volatility (O2).
105: Akerlof, George Arthur, 1940– (B3).
106: Aleatory Contract (K0).
107: Alienated Work (J2).
108: Alienation (J0).
109: Allais, Maurice, 1911–2010 (B3).
110: Alleviation (O2).
111: Allocative Efficiency (M2).
112: Allotment Letter (G2).
113: All-Pay Auction (D0).
114: Alpha Stock (G2).
115: Altruism (D0, L3, P0).
116: Ambient Standard (Q2).
117: American Depository Receipt (G2).
118: American Economic Association (A1).
119: American Option (G1).
120: American Stock Exchange (G2).
121: America Works (I3).
122: Amortization (G0).
123: Analysis of Variance (C1).