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- Commercialization - the process or cycle of introducing a new product into the market. The final stage of new product development
- Econometrics - the subspecialty of economics which aims to connect empirical content and theoretical models to economic relations
- Economic indicators - a statistic that concerns the state of the economy
- Electronic commerce or e-commerce, the buying and selling of products over the internet or computer networks
- Exchange rates - or foreign exchange rate, or FX rate, the rate or price at which one currency will be exchanged for another
- International trade - trade in goods or services that crosses national boundaries
- Macroeconomics - the branch of economics dealing with the structure of the economy as a whole
- Microeconomics - the branch of economics that studies individuals, households and firms as they make economic decisions
- Monopoly - the state that occurs when only one person or firm supplies a particular product
- Oligopoly - the state that occurs when only a few persons or firms supply a particular product
- Power generation economics - the study of the economics of the generation of electric power
- Profitability - the extent to which a firm's total revenues exceed its costs
- Supply and demand - an economic model which says that in a competitive market, the quantity demanded by consumers will equal the quantity supplied by producers at a certain price
- Trade agreements - an agreement between two or more countries or trading blocs to control tariffs, taxes, and or investments between them
- Venture capital - or VC, financial capital provided to early-stage, high-risk, and high growth businesses
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- Economics Great Depr...