Economic Growth

Futureless Economic Growth (in the Human Development Area) In this context, Futureless Economic Growth means: Futureless growth that is accompanied by a waste of economic and natural resources needed to sustain life for future generations. Ruthless Economic Growth (in the Human Development […]

International Trade

International Political Economy Trends: International Trade Introduction to International Trade In the 21st century, international trade has grown to 20 percent of the world's total production of goods and services-around $6.5 trillion per year. This volume of trade is almost seven times […]

Natural Resources

Minerals Environment and Natural Resources Includes Acid Rain, Air Quality, Coal, Conservation, Energy, Fisheries, Forests, Hazardous Waste, Land Use, Resources, Oceanography, Oil Spills, Parks, Pesticides, Petroleum, Pollution, Recreation, Rivers, Solar Energy, Toxic Substances, Trails, […]

Industrial Production

Industrial Production Related Fields Related topics include: Industrial Production Find this subject in this World legal encyclopedia. Industrial Property Find this subject in this World legal encyclopedia. Regulation Find this subject in this World legal encyclopedia. Resources See Also […]

Economy

Related Fields Related topics include: International Economic Law Find this subject in this World legal encyclopedia. Economy Find this subject in this World legal encyclopedia. Foreign Direct Investment Find this subject in this World legal encyclopedia. Economic Law Find this subject in this […]

Knowledge Economy

Resources See Also International Economic Law Economy Foreign Direct Investment Economic Law

Collectivism

Collectivism Definition Collectivism is a term used to denote a political or economic system in which the means of production and the distribution of goods and services are controlled by the people as a group. Generally this refers to the state. Opposite of Free Enterprise Collectivism […]

Intellectual Capital

Hierarchical Display of Intellectual capital Business And Competition > Management > Management
Economics > Economic structure > Economy > Knowledge economy
Employment And Working Conditions > Personnel management and staff remuneration > Personnel administration
Business And […]

Regional Economy

Hierarchical Display of Regional economy Economics > Economic structure > Economy
Economics > Regions and regional policy > Regional policy
Finance > Financing and investment > Investment > Regional investment
Economics > Economic policy > Economic planning > Regional […]

Economics Profession

Hierarchical Display of Economics profession Economics > Economic structure > Economy
Economics profession Concept of Economics profession See the dictionary definition of Economics profession. Characteristics of Economics profession [rtbs name="xxx-xxx"] Resources Translation of Economics […]

Non-profit Organisation

Hierarchical Display of Non-profit organisation Business And Competition > Legal form of organisations > Organisation
Social Questions > Social affairs > Social life > Collective activities > Voluntary organisation
Economics > Economic structure > Economy > Social economy Non-profit […]

World Economy

Hierarchical Display of World economy Economics > Economic structure > Economy
Trade > International trade > International trade
Economics > Economic policy > Economic policy > Economic integration > Globalisation
Finance > Monetary relations > International finance
Agri-Foodstuffs […]

Information

Spanish Translation of provide information [obligation to] This is the legal translation of English to Spanish in relation to provide information [obligation to] and / or a definition of this topic: Información (in Spanish, without translation of the dictionary entry). […]

Globalisation

Globalisation and Law Globalisation and Europe There is an entry on globalisation in the European legal encyclopedia. Resources See Also Further Reading Entry "Globalisation" in the work "A Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union from Aachen to Zollverein", by Rodney […]

Digital Technology

Hierarchical Display of Digital technology Production, Technology And Research > Technology and technical regulations > Technology
Economics > Economic structure > Economy > Knowledge economy
Education And Communications > Documentation > Documentation > Digital archiving
Education […]

Information Society

Information Society and the Treaties of the European Union Description of Information Society provided by the European Union Commission: The information society is synonymous with what is meant by "new information and communication technologies" (ICT). Since the beginning of the 90s, […]

National Accounts

National Accounts (in the Human Development Area) In this context, National Accounts means: is a system table in the form of accounts, which characterize the process of production, distribution and end use of the gross domestic product (GDP), as a rule, for the year. System of National […]

Budget

United Nations Budget Further Reading A concise encyclopedia of the United Nations (including Budget , H Volger, KA Annan -2010) The Oxford Handbook on the United Nations (TG Weiss – 2007) International Law: A Dictionary (including Budget , Boczek, Boleslaw Adam -2005) Budget and Europe […]

Collective Activities

Hierarchical Display of Collective activities Social Questions > Social affairs > Social life
Politics > Politics and public safety > Institutional activity
Politics > Politics and public safety > Trends of opinion > Associative movement
Economics > Economic structure > Economy > […]

Economic Analysis

Hierarchical Display of Economic analysis Economics > Economic analysis
Production, Technology And Research > Technology and technical regulations > Technology > Benchmarking
Trade > Trade > Supply and demand
Economics > National accounts > National accounts
Economics > Economic […]

War

Introduction to War War, in international law, armed conflict between two or more governments or states. When such conflicts assume global proportions, they are known as world wars. War between different parts or factions of the same nation is called civil war. A rebellion is not legally […]

Industrial Economy

Hierarchical Display of Industrial economy Economics > Economic structure > Economy
Industry > Industrial structures and policy > Industrial structures
Industry > Industrial structures and policy > Industrial policy > Industrial planning
Industry > Industrial structures and policy > […]

Barter

Summary of Barter

A direct exchange of products without cash. In some cases, a third party is brought into the transaction to dispose of some or all of the goods in a third country; this practice is known as switch trading. See Countertrade.

(Main Author: William J. Miller)

Barter […]

Regional Development

Resources See Also Further Reading Information related to regional development in the Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Law(MPEPIL), Germany, United Kingdom

Innovation

Innovation and the Laws of International Trade The relationship between antitrust law and intellectual property Intellectual Property and Competition Law Three general principles When antitrust concerns arise The three markets The horizontal/vertical distinction Rule of […]

Education

"The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn." — Alvin Toffler See Education links History of Education In the following treatment of this subject, the theory and early history of education is […]

Public Sector

Literature Review on Budgeting: Public Choice Perspectives In the Encyclopedia of Public Administration and Public Policy, [1] John R. Bartle offers the following summary about the topic of Public Choice Perspectives in Budgeting: Public choice theory applies the method of economics to the […]

Family Farming

Hierarchical Display of Family farming Agriculture, Forestry And Fisheries > Farming systems > Farming system
Economics > Economic structure > Economy > Housekeeping economy
Employment And Working Conditions > Labour market > Labour force > Family worker
Agriculture, Forestry And […]

Economics

Liberalism: Economics Introduction to Economics The crisis concerning economic power was more profound. One branch of liberal philosophy was its economics as developed by the so-called classical economists, notably the Scottish philosopher Adam Smith and British economist David Ricardo. […]