Economics Terms

  1. Shock Therapy

  2. Short-Term Paper

  3. Shortage

  4. Short Run

  5. Shovel-Ready

  6. Shovel Ready

  7. Shutdown Point

  8. Side Effect

  9. Sight Draft

  10. Silver Thursday

  11. Simon Kuznets

  12. Simple Random Sample

  13. Sine Wave

  14. Singapore Interbank Offered Rate - SIBOR

  15. Single Filer

  16. Sin Tax

  17. Sixteenth Amendment

  18. Skewness

  19. Skilled Labor

  20. Skilled Nursing Facility

  21. Skinny Down Distribution

  22. SKK (Slovak Koruna)

  23. Slow Loan

  24. Sluggish Economy

  25. Slumburbs

  26. Slump

  27. Slush Fund

  28. Small And Midsize Enterprises - SME

  29. Smart Traveler Enrollment Program

  30. Smokestack Industry

  31. Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act

  32. Social Choice Theory

  33. Social Economics

  34. Socialism

  35. Social Justice

  36. Social Sciences

  37. Social Security

  38. Social Security Number - SSN

  39. Social Security Tax

  40. Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications - SWIFT

  41. Socionomics

  42. Soft Commodity

  43. Soft Economic Moat

  44. Soft Landing

  45. Soft Loan

  46. Soft Money

  47. Soft Patch

  48. Solidarity Tax

  49. Solow Residual

  50. Solutionary

  51. Solvency Capital Requirement

  52. South African Reserve Bank

  53. South Sea Bubble

  54. Sovereign Bond

  55. Sovereign Bond Yield

  56. Sovereign Debt

  57. Sovereign Default

  58. Sovereign Fund Of Brazil

  59. Sovereign Risk

  60. Special Administrative Region - SAR

  61. Special Assessment Tax

  62. Special Drawing Rights - SDR

  63. Special Economic Zone - SEZ

  64. Special Purchase and Resale Agreement - SPRA

  65. Special Revenue Fund

  66. Specified Investment Flow-Through Tax - SIFT

  67. Speculative Bubble

  68. Splash Crash

  69. Spotting Clues In Qs

  70. Sprexit

  71. Spurious Correlation

  72. Stability And Growth Pact - SGP

  73. Stabilization Policy

  74. Stable Value Fund

  75. Stagflation

  76. Stagnation

  77. Stamp Duty

  78. Standard Deviation

  79. Standard Error

  80. Standardization

  81. Standard Of Living

  82. Standard Of Living Bubble

  83. Standby Letter of Credit - SLOC

  84. Staple Thesis

  85. State Income Tax

  86. Statement of Financial Accounting Concepts - SFAC

  87. Statement of Financial Accounting Standards - SFAS

  88. Static Gap

  89. Statistically Significant

  90. Statistical Significance

  91. Statistics

  92. Statistics Canada (StatsCan)

  93. Statutory Debt Limit

  94. Stealth Taxes

  95. Stepwise Regression

  96. Sterilization

  97. Sterilized Intervention

  98. Sterling Overnight Interbank Average Rate - SONIA

  99. Sticky Wage Theory

  100. Stimulus Check

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