Economics Terms

  1. Reserve Bank of Australia

  2. Reserve Bank Of India - RBI

  3. Reserve Bank Of New Zealand

  4. Reserve City Bank

  5. Reserve Currency

  6. Reserve Ratio

  7. Reserve Requirements

  8. Reserve Tranche

  9. Reset Margin

  10. Resident Alien

  11. Residual Standard Deviation

  12. Residual Sum Of Squares - RSS

  13. Resolution Funding Corporation - REFCORP

  14. Resource Curse

  15. Response Lag

  16. Retail Foreign Exchange Dealer - RFED

  17. Retention Tax

  18. Revealed Preference

  19. Revenue Act Of 1862

  20. Revenue Agent

  21. Revenue Officer

  22. Revenue Per Available Seat Mile - RASM

  23. Revenue Ruling

  24. Revenue Ton Mile

  25. Reykjavik Interbank Offered Rate - REIBOR

  26. RHS Loan

  27. Ricardian Equivalence

  28. Ricardo-Barro Effect

  29. Richmond Manufacturing Index

  30. RICS House Price Balance

  31. Rig Utilization Rate

  32. Risk

  33. Risk-Adjusted Return

  34. Risk-Based Capital Requirement

  35. Risk-Based Deposit Insurance

  36. Risk-On Risk-Off

  37. Risk Analysis

  38. RiskGrades - RG

  39. Risk Measures

  40. Risk Participation

  41. Rival Good

  42. Robber Barons

  43. Robert A. Mundell

  44. Robert F. Engle III

  45. Robert J. Aumann

  46. Robinson-Patman Act

  47. Robo-Signer

  48. Robust

  49. Rollover Risk

  50. Ronald H. Coase

  51. Rose-Colored Recession

  52. Rubinomics

  53. Rule 10b-5

  54. Rule Of 70

  55. Rule Of 72

  56. Runs Test

  57. Rural Housing Service - RHS

  58. Rust Belt

  59. Rust Bowl

  60. Sacrifice Ratio

  61. Salad Oil Scandal

  62. Sale and Repurchase Agreement - SRA

  63. Sales Price Variance

  64. Sales Tax

  65. Same-Day Funds

  66. Sample

  67. Sample Selection Bias

  68. Sampling

  69. Sampling Distribution

  70. Sampling Error

  71. Sanford J. Grossman

  72. Sarbanes-Oxley Act Of 2002 - SOX

  73. Savings And Loan Crisis - S&L

  74. Say's Law Of Markets

  75. Scarcity Principle

  76. Scattergraph Method

  77. Scenario Analysis

  78. Schedule 13E-4F

  79. Schedule D

  80. Scheffe's Test

  81. Seasonal Adjustment

  82. Seasonality

  83. SEC DEL AM Filing

  84. SEC Fee

  85. SEC Form 1

  86. SEC Form 1-A

  87. SEC Form 1-E

  88. SEC Form 1-N

  89. SEC Form 10-C

  90. SEC Form 10-K405

  91. SEC Form 10-KSB405

  92. SEC Form 10-KT

  93. SEC Form 10-KT405

  94. SEC Form 11-K

  95. SEC Form 11-KT

  96. SEC Form 15-12B

  97. SEC Form 15-12G

  98. SEC Form 15-15D

  99. SEC Form 17-H

  100. SEC Form 19b-4

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