Economics Terms

  1. Oligopsony

  2. Ombudsman

  3. One-Child Policy

  4. One-Day Certificate

  5. One-Tailed Test

  6. One-Third Rule

  7. Ontario Securities Commission - OSC

  8. Open-Market Rate

  9. Open Market

  10. Open Market Operations - OMO

  11. Open Mouth Operations

  12. Operational Target

  13. Operation Twist

  14. Opportunity Cost

  15. Optimal Currency Area

  16. Optimum Currency Area Theory

  17. Orange Book

  18. Order Paper

  19. Organizational Economics

  20. Organization Of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries - OAPEC

  21. Organization Of Petroleum Exporting Countries - OPEC

  22. Original Cost

  23. Orphan Drug

  24. Outcome Bias

  25. Output Gap

  26. Outsourcing

  27. Overdraft

  28. Overextension

  29. Overfitting

  30. Overheated Economy

  31. Overnight Delivery Risk

  32. Overnight Index Swap

  33. Overnight Limit

  34. Overnight Rate

  35. Overseas Private Investment Corporation - OPIC

  36. Overshooting

  37. Oversupply

  38. P-Test

  39. P-Value

  40. P/E 10 Ratio

  41. Pacific Rim

  42. Pale Recession

  43. Panic Selling

  44. Paper Industry ETF

  45. Paper Money

  46. Paradox Of Thrift

  47. Pareto Efficiency

  48. Pareto Improvement

  49. Paris Club

  50. Parity Product

  51. Participation Rate

  52. Partnership

  53. Passbook Loan

  54. Paycation

  55. Pay Czar

  56. Pay Czar Clause

  57. Payment

  58. Payroll Tax

  59. Pay To Bearer

  60. Peace Dividend

  61. Peak

  62. Peak Debt

  63. Peak Pricing

  64. Pearson Coefficient

  65. Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Economy

  66. Penalty Repricing

  67. Pent Up Demand

  68. Per Capita

  69. Per Capita GDP

  70. Perfect Competition

  71. Permanent Income Hypothesis

  72. Permanent Open Market Operations - POMO

  73. Permanent Portfolio

  74. Permissible Non-Bank Activities

  75. Permutation

  76. Personal Consumption Expenditures - PCE

  77. Peter Pan Syndrome

  78. Pharmacology

  79. Pharmacovigilance

  80. Phase 1

  81. Phase 2

  82. Phase 3

  83. Phase 4

  84. Phenotype

  85. PHI-Ellipse

  86. Philadelphia Federal Index

  87. Philadelphia Fed Survey

  88. Phillips Curve

  89. Pick-Up Tax

  90. Pigou Effect

  91. Pigovian Tax

  92. Pink Slip

  93. Platykurtic

  94. Platykurtosis

  95. Plaza Accord

  96. Pledging Requirement

  97. Plutocracy

  98. Plutonomy

  99. Poisson Distribution

  100. Policy Mix

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