Economics Terms

  1. Country Basket

  2. Coupon Pass

  3. Cournot Competition

  4. Covariance

  5. Cox-Ingersoll-Ross Model - CIR

  6. Cramdown

  7. Crash

  8. Creative Destruction

  9. Credit Card

  10. Credit Card Balance Transfer

  11. Credit Cliff

  12. Credit Crisis

  13. Credit Crunch

  14. Credit Cycle

  15. Credit Easing

  16. Credit Enhancement

  17. Credit Event

  18. Credit Quality

  19. Credit Rating

  20. Credit Risk

  21. Credit Scoring

  22. Credit Tranche

  23. Credit Watch

  24. Creditor Nation

  25. Critical Mass

  26. Crony Capitalism

  27. Crop Year

  28. Crop Yield

  29. Cross Elasticity Of Demand

  30. Cross-Correlation

  31. Crowding Out Effect

  32. Crown Corporation

  33. Cumulative Translation Adjustment - CTA

  34. Currency Adjustment Factor - CAF

  35. Currency Depreciation

  36. Currency In Circulation

  37. Currency Internationalization

  38. Currency Overlay

  39. Currency Pair: EUR/USD (Euro/U.S. Dollar)

  40. Currency Strategist

  41. Currency Translation

  42. Current Account

  43. Current Account Deficit

  44. Current Account Surplus

  45. Current Population Survey

  46. Current Transfers

  47. Customs Barrier

  48. CVE

  49. Cyclical Industry

  50. Cyclical Risk

  51. Cyclical Unemployment

  52. Data Mining

  53. Data Smoothing

  54. David Ricardo

  55. Daylight Overdraft

  56. De Minimis Tax Rule

  57. Deadweight Loss

  58. Deadweight Loss Of Taxation

  59. Dean Analytic Schedule

  60. Dear Money

  61. Debasement

  62. Debt Ceiling

  63. Debt Collector

  64. Debt Discharge

  65. Debt-To-GDP Ratio

  66. Debtonation

  67. Debtor Nation

  68. Decile

  69. Decision Theory

  70. Decision Tree

  71. Declining Industry

  72. Default Model

  73. Default Probability

  74. Defensive Stock

  75. Deficit

  76. Deficit Hawk

  77. Deficit Spending

  78. Deficit Spending Unit

  79. Deflation

  80. Degrees Of Freedom

  81. Delivered At Frontier - DAF

  82. Delivered Duty Paid - DDP

  83. Delivered Duty Unpaid - DDU

  84. Delivered Ex Quay - DEQ

  85. Delivered Ex Ship - DES

  86. Delphi Method

  87. Demand

  88. Demand Elasticity

  89. Demand For Labor

  90. Demand Schedule

  91. Demand Shock

  92. Demand Theory

  93. Demand-Pull Inflation

  94. Demographic Dividend

  95. Demographics

  96. Demonetization

  97. Demurrage

  98. Denationalization

  99. Department of Commerce

  100. Department Of Labor - DOL

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