the production, distribution, and exchange of goods and services, usually measured in terms of the money which facilitates these activities
System of production, distribution, and consumption of economic goods.
The system of producing, distributing and using goods.
Activities related to the production and distribution of goods and services in a particular geographic region. Also, the correct and effective use of available resources. see also command economy, mature economy, managed economy, open economy.
All the activities involved in the production and distribution of goods and services in a particular region or country.
an organized system for the production, distribution and consumption of goods.
The way a country uses its money, goods, and services.
Materials relating to, or based on, the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services, including business, industry, employment, trade, and economic sectors such as finance, service, construction, housing, manufacturing, agriculture, forestry, commercial fishing, etc. For materials about defense industries and military production, select instead Military and defense.
(economics) The management of community or industrial resources. In the industrial sector, economics often refers to the state of the nation's economy as a whole. Gross National Product (GNP), which is the sum total of a nation's output of goods and services, is the indicator of a nation's economic condition. The condition of the national economy plays a key roll in determining the demand for machinists.
The production, distribution, and consumption or use of material goods and services.
The ratio between a product or service and its value. See fuel economy.
The relative energy efficiency of a swimmer, cyclist, or runner in motion. It refers to the amount of energy an athlete requires to travel at a given pace in comparison to other athletes.
the wealth and resources of a community, especially in terms of production and consumption of goods and services;58 the main techniques for providing the resources essential for maintaining the basic functions and infra-structure of the affected society. It includes how these resources are used by the society and the sources of these resources, e.g., agriculture, crops, industry, and the products produced, jobs, foraging, trade and transport (import/exports), value of the currency, per capita income, etc. It is a Basic Societal Function.
the way in which people deal with the creation and distribution of wealth.
wealth of resources of a community
Materials relating to, or based on, the production, distribution and consumption of good and services. Includes business, industry, employment, trade, and economic sectors such as finance, service, construction, housing, manufacturing, agriculture, forestry, commercial fishing, etc. Defense industries and military production are found within the Collection Subject, Military and defense.
The human processes by which Nature's resources are converted into goods and services. The Economy is the entirety of the systems, from basic infrastructure to information and invention, that make human Society possible.
the system of production and distribution and consumption
the efficient use of resources; "economy of effort"
frugality in the expenditure of money or resources; "the Scots are famous for their economy"
a system in which resources move around, either physically from place to place, or conceptually from owner to owner
a system which organises access to and exchanges of the resources a species of living entities needs to survive and thrive
The way that human resources and natural resources are used to create services and finished products.
An enterprise, consumer, and other agents engaged in the use, production, consumption, and trade of resources. Economic behaviour is defined by economic rules.
Financial activities related to the production of goods and services of a particular region or country.
The economy is the system of money, jobs and goods.
The organisation of money and resources within a nation, especially in terms of production, distribution and consumption of goods and services.
The level or amount of resources applied to a service, especially an assessment of whether the amount applied was appropriate to produce the services considered necessary to achieve an objective.
The social institution that ensures the maintenance of society through the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services.
Economy is one of the measures needed to determine value for money. It concerns the cost of the inputs to an activity; the resources needed to deliver a service. Typical measures will include money, time, people and quality. See also Effectiveness, Efficiency, Value for Money.
an area in which production, consumption and exchange takes place
The management of the resources of a business or country.
The system of a country or region in terms of the production and consumption of goods and services.
the use of workers and natural resources to produce goods
Efficient and concise use of resources.
A system of producing, distributing, and consuming wealth
The current state of a counties production and consumption of goods and services and the supply of money.
Economy (from Greek Î¿Î¹ÎºÎ¿Î½Î¿Î¼Î¯Î±, oikonomia, household) refers to the human activities related with the production, distribution, exchange, and consumption of goods and services. However, its definition transformed through the history with the activities attributed to economy.