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economists, plural;
  1. An expert in economics


  1. an expert in the science of economics
  2. (economy) the system of production and distribution and consumption
  3. (economy) the efficient use of resources; "economy of effort"
  4. (economy) frugality in the expenditure of money or resources; "the Scots are famous for their economy"
  5. (economy) an act of economizing; reduction in cost; "it was a small economy to walk to work every day"; "there was a saving of 50 cents"
  6. The Economist is an English-language weekly news and international affairs publication owned by The Economist Newspaper Ltd. and edited in offices in the City of Westminster, London. "." City of Westminster. Retrieved on 28 August 2009. ...
  7. "The Economist" is the third episode of the American Broadcasting Company's fourth season of the serial drama television series Lost and 75th episode overall. It was aired on February 14, 2008 on ABC in the United States and on CTV in Canada.ABC Medianet, (January 25, 2008) ". ...
  8. (Economics (Aristotle)) Economics (or Oeconomica) is a work that has been ascribed to Aristotle. It is usually attributed, by modern scholars, to a student of Aristotle, or to a student of his successor TheophrastusPomeroy, Sarah B.(1995). Oeconomicus: A Social and Historical Commentary, p. 68. ...
  9. (Economics (textbook)) Economics is an influential introductory textbook by American economists Paul Samuelson and William Nordhaus. It was first published in 1948, and has appeared in nineteen different editions, the most recent in 2010. ...
  10. Economism is a term used to describe economic reductionism, that is the reduction of all social facts to economical dimensions. ...
  11. (Economy (Eastern Orthodoxy)) In short, economia is discretionary deviation from the letter of the law in order to adhere to the spirit of the law and charity. This is in contrast to legalism, or akribia (Greek: ακριβεια)--strict adherence to the letter of the law of the church.
  12. An expert in economics, especially one who studies economic data and extracts higher-level information or proposes theories; One concerned with political economy; One who manages a household; One who economizes, or manages domestic or other concerns with frugality; one who expends money, time, ...
  13. (Economists) “X group’s behavior is clearly rent-seeking.”
  14. (Economics) the study of how society manages, or allocates, its scarce resources
  15. (Economics) This can be defined as the best way to allot scarce resources. It deals with trying to satisfy unlimited wants but with limited resources.
  16. (Economics) The study of how men and society choose resources which have alternative uses, to produce various commodities over time and distribute them for consumption, now and in the future, among various people and groups in society.
  17. (Economics) A theoretical science which provides a comprehension of the meaning and relevance of purposive (conscious) human actions. It is not about things and material objects; it is about the meanings and actions of men. ...
  18. (Economics) Economists themselves use the ceteris paribus clause. Expression such as “ceteris paribus” and “other things being equal” are commonly used in textbooks—often they are explicated in a special section (Cf. ...
  19. (Economics) Examines the allocation of scarce resources among competing wants. Explores the principles of supply and demand and how prices are determined. ...
  20. (Economics) Here we learn about how trade, industry and money is organised in the world.
  21. (Economics) Pertaining to finances; affecting or apt to affect the welfare of material resources.
  22. (Economics) Science that offers partial understanding of large scale transformation. Emphasis on the role of markets. Substantial underestimation of the role of planning and management.
  23. (Economics) The cost of electricity represents the bottom line for commercial fusion reactor. It is influenced by most of the other parameters discussed above and would be the ultimate economic measure.
  24. (Economics) The science that is justly charged with proving that massive government intervention in the “free market” and every conceivable leftist wealth redistribution scheme will lead to the right kind of spending and greater societal gains than allowing citizens to selfishly keep the “fruits ...
  25. (Economics) The study of an economy (business, or country or trade grouping) and its related financial structures and procedures. Effectiveness. A measure of achievement in respect of a specific objective.