National accounts
National accounts or national account systems (NAS) are the implementation of complete and consistent accounting techniques for measuring the economic activity of a nation. These include detailed unde...
Rich Men's Paychecks Are Getting Fatter While Poor Are Paid Less
Marco Rubio's campaign has a new strategy to block Donald Trump from winning Ohio's coveted, winner-take-all delegate haul: urging Ohio Republicans to vote for their governor John Kasich. At a press c...
Rich Men's Paychecks Are Getting Fatter While Poor Are Paid Less
Marco Rubio's campaign has a new strategy to block Donald Trump from winning Ohio's coveted, winner-take-all delegate haul: urging Ohio Republicans to vote for their governor John Kasich. At a press c...
Factor cost
Factor cost has the following uses in economics:
United Nations System of National Accounts
The United Nations System of National Accounts (often abbreviated as "SNA" or "UNSNA") is an international standard system of national accounts, the first international standard being published in 195...
GDP deflator
In economics, the GDP deflator (implicit price deflator) is a measure of the level of prices of all new, domestically produced, final goods and services in an economy. GDP stands for gross domestic p...
Gerschenkron effect
The Gerschenkron effect was developed by Alexander Gerschenkron, and claims that changing the base year for an index determines the growth rate of the index.This description is from the OECD website:<...
Inventory bounce
Inventory bounce is a term used in economics to describe an economy's bounce back to normal GDP levels after a recession.Firms usually keep a certain amount of inventory. When an economy faces a reces...
Partnerized inventory management
Partner-optimized inventory management, also known as partnerized inventory management or sometimes just the anagram PIM is an inventory management technique or model often used in deterministic inven...
Gross private domestic investment
Gross private domestic investment is the measure of physical investment used in computing GDP in the measurement of nations' economic activity. This is an important component of GDP because it provide...
List of Canadian provinces and territories by gross domestic product
This article lists Canadian provinces and territories by gross domestic product (GDP). As of 2013, Canada has a total GDP of USD$1.83 trillion, ranking 11th worldwide.While Canada’s ten provinces and...
List of Canadian provinces and territories by gross domestic product - Wikipedia
Social reserves
Social Reserves refer to the intangible ties that bind a country together. As a resource, they may be contrasted to a country’s financial reserves. The term bears some similarity to the Bhutanese conc...
Real gross domestic product
Real Gross Domestic Product (real GDP) is a macroeconomic measure of the value of economic output adjusted for price changes (i.e., inflation or deflation). This adjustment transforms the money-value ...
Value added
In business, the difference between the sale price and the production cost of a product is the unit profit. In economics, the sum of the unit profit, the unit depreciation cost, and the unit labor co...
Survey of production
A survey of production is conducted by a government, of businesses within its jurisdiction, to obtain economic data needed for the compilation of national accounts, and other purposes. For practical ...
Inventory optimization
Inventory optimization is a method of balancing capital investment constraints or objectives and service-level goals over a large assortment of stock-keeping units (SKUs) while taking demand and sup...
Input–output model
In economics, an input–output model is a quantitative economic technique that represents the interdependencies between different branches of a national economy or different regional economies. Wassily...
Comparison between U.S. states and countries by GDP (nominal) per capita
This is a comparison between US states and countries' per capita nominal Gross Domestic Product. These figures are based on the International Monetary Fund list on List of countries by GDP (nominal) p...
Comparison between U.S. states and countries by GDP (nominal) per capita - Wikipedia
Penn World Table
The Penn World Table (PWT) is a set of national-accounts data developed and maintained by scholars at the University of California, Davis and the Groningen Growth Development Centre of the University ...
Angus Maddison statistics of the ten largest economies by GDP (PPP)
This historical list of the ten largest countries by GDP shows how the membership and rankings of the world's ten largest economies has changed. While the United States has consistently had the world...
Government final consumption expenditure
Government final consumption expenditure (GFCE) is a transaction of the national account's use of income account representing government expenditure on goods and services that are used for the direct...
Sudden stop (economics)
A sudden stop in capital flows is defined as a sudden slowdown in private capital inflows into emerging market economies, and a corresponding sharp reversal from large current account deficits into sm...
Sudden stop (economics) - Wikipedia
Lists of countries by GDP per capita
There are two articles listing countries according to their per capita GDP:
Capital formation
Capital formation is a concept used in macroeconomics, national accounts and financial economics. Occasionally it is also used in corporate accounts. It can be defined in three ways:
In the nation...
Capital formation - Wikipedia
Fixed capital
Fixed capital is a concept in economics and accounting, first theoretically analyzed in some depth by the economist David Ricardo. It refers to any kind of real or physical capital (fixed asset) that ...
Chained volume series
A chained volume series is a series of economic data (such as GDP, GNP or similar kinds of data) from successive years, put in real (or constant, i.e., inflation- and deflation-adjusted) terms by comp...
Intermediate consumption
Intermediate consumption (also called "intermediate expenditure") is an economic concept used in national accounts, such as the United Nations System of National Accounts (UNSNA), the US National Inco...
Phantom inventory
Phantom inventory is a common expression for goods that an inventory accounting system considers to be on-hand at a storage location, but are not actually available. This could be due to the items bei...