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stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '965651', 'url' => 'ES/laffer_curve_₁', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'curva de Laffer', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'curva de Laffer', 1 => 'Economy', 2 => 'Economics', 3 => 'The Economist', 4 => '', ), 'term' => 'curva de Laffer', 'source_id' => 774241, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Economy', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'Economics', ), 'company' => array ( 0 => 'The Economist', ), 'lastedit' => '20110405224646', 'part_of_speech' => 'noun', 'creation_user' => 'trados.alicante', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => 'La leyenda cuenta que en noviembre de 1974 Arthur Laffer, un joven economista, dibujó una curva en una servilleta en un bar, enlazan a tasas promedio de los ingresos fiscales totales de Washington. Inicialmente, tasas impositivas más altas aumentaría los ingresos, pero en algún momento nuevos aumentos en las tasas impositivas causaría ingresos a caer, por ejemplo por desalentar a la gente de trabajo. La curva se convirtió en un icono de la economía de la oferta. Algunos economistas dijeron que demostró que la mayoría de los gobiernos podrían recaudar más ingresos por recortar las tasas de impuestos, un argumento que fue citado a menudo en la década de 1980 por los recortes de impuestos los gobiernos de Ronald Reagan y Margaret Thatcher. Otros economistas calcula que la mayoría de los países estaban todavía en un punto de la curva en que recaudación impuestos tasas aumentaría los ingresos. La falta de evidencia empírica significa que nadie puede estar seguro donde los Estados Unidos y otros países estaban en la curva de Laffer. Sin embargo, después de la administración Reagan cortar impuestos tasas cayeron al principio. Tasas de impuestos americanos ya eran bajas en comparación con algunos países, especialmente en Europa continental, y sigue siendo posible que estos países están en un punto en la curva de Laffer donde cortar impuestos pagaría.', 'usage_comment' => 'MT', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503601670171394048, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'laffer curve', 'Company' => 'The Economist', 'Definition' => 'Legend has it that in November 1974 Arthur Laffer, a young economist, drew a curve on a napkin in a Washington bar, linking average tax rates to total tax revenue. Initially, higher tax rates would increase revenue, but at some point further increases in tax rates would cause revenue to fall, for instance by discouraging people from working. The curve became an icon of supply-side economics. Some economists said that it proved that most governments could raise more revenue by cutting tax rates, an argument that was often cited in the 1980s by the tax-cutting governments of Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher. Other economists reckoned that most countries were still at a point on the curve at which raising tax rates would increase revenue. The lack of empirical evidence meant that nobody could really be sure where the United States and other countries were on the Laffer curve. However, after the Reagan administration cut tax rates revenue fell at first. American tax rates were already low compared with some countries, especially in continental Europe, and it remains possible that these countries are at a point on the Laffer curve where cutting tax rates would pay.', 'Domain' => 'Documentation', 'Industry' => 'Economy', 'Part of Speech' => 'noun', 'Product Category' => 'Economics', 'Usage Status' => 'New', 'Creation User' => 'summer.l', 'Creation Date' => '2011/2/21', 'Source Lang' => '1180', )), 's_namespace_text' => 'EN', 's_namespace_text_full' => 'English (EN)', 's_title' => 'laffer_curve_₁', ))

English (EN)laffer curve

Legend has it that in November 1974 Arthur Laffer, a young economist, drew a curve on a napkin in a Washington bar, linking average tax rates to total tax revenue. Initially, higher tax rates would increase revenue, but at some point further increases in tax ...

Spanish (ES)curva de Laffer

La leyenda cuenta que en noviembre de 1974 Arthur Laffer, un joven economista, dibujó una curva en una servilleta en un bar, enlazan a tasas promedio de los ingresos fiscales totales de Washington. Inicialmente, tasas impositivas más altas aumentaría los ...

Economy; Economics
stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '966451', 'url' => 'ES/globalization_₈', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'globalización', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'globalización', 1 => 'Economy', 2 => 'International economics', 3 => 'University of Michigan', 4 => '', ), 'term' => 'globalización', 'source_id' => 818819, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Economy', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'International economics', ), 'company' => array ( 0 => 'University of Michigan', ), 'lastedit' => '20110406012137', 'part_of_speech' => 'noun', 'creation_user' => 'trados.alicante', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => '1. la creciente integración mundial de los mercados de bienes, servicios y capitales que empezaron a recibir atención especial en la década de 1990. 2. también se utiliza para abarcar una variedad de otros cambios que fueron percibidos a ocurrir a casi al mismo tiempo, como un papel más importante para las grandes empresas (multinacionales) en la economía mundial y la creciente intervención en las políticas nacionales y asuntos por instituciones internacionales como el FMI, Banco Mundial y WTO. 3. entre los países que no sean los Estados Unidos, especialmente los países en desarrollo, a veces el término se refiere a la dominación de los asuntos económicos mundiales y el comercio de los Estados Unidos.', 'usage_comment' => 'MT', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503601673606529025, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'globalization', 'Company' => 'University of Michigan', 'Definition' => '1. The increasing world-wide integration of markets for goods, services and capital that began to attract special attention in the late 1990s. 2. Also used to encompass a variety of other changes that were perceived to occur at about the same time, such as an increased role for large corporations (MNCs) in the world economy and increased intervention into domestic policies and affairs by international institutions such as the IMF, WTO, and World Bank. 3. Among countries other than the United States, especially developing countries, the term sometimes refers to the domination of world economic affairs and commerce by the United States.', 'Domain' => 'Documentation', 'Industry' => 'Economy', 'Part of Speech' => 'noun', 'Product Category' => 'International economics', 'Usage Status' => 'New', 'Creation User' => 'Noroc', 'Creation Date' => '2011/2/26', 'Source Lang' => '1180', )), 's_namespace_text' => 'EN', 's_namespace_text_full' => 'English (EN)', 's_title' => 'globalization_₈', ))

English (EN)globalization

1. The increasing world-wide integration of markets for goods, services and capital that began to attract special attention in the late 1990s. 2. Also used to encompass a variety of other changes that were perceived to occur at about the same time, such as an ...

Spanish (ES)globalización

1. la creciente integración mundial de los mercados de bienes, servicios y capitales que empezaron a recibir atención especial en la década de 1990. 2. también se utiliza para abarcar una variedad de otros cambios que fueron percibidos a ocurrir a casi al ...

Economy; International economics
stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '961181', 'url' => 'ES/sociological_method', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'método sociológico', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'método sociológico', 1 => 'Political systems', 2 => 'General', 3 => '', ), 'term' => 'método sociológico', 'source_id' => 361973, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Political systems', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'General', ), 'lastedit' => '20110405142142', 'part_of_speech' => 'noun', 'creation_user' => 'trados.alicante', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => 'Un enfoque en el estudio de cómo los votantes decidan se centra en los antecedentes sociales y económicos de los votantes, sus ingresos, clase social, etnia, educación y factores similares.', 'usage_comment' => 'MT', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503601650267324420, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'sociological method', 'Definition' => 'An approach in studying how the voters decide that focuses on the social and economic background of the voters, their income, social class, ethnic group, education, and similar factors.', 'Part of Speech' => 'noun', 'Domain' => 'Documentation', 'Usage Status' => 'New', 'Industry' => 'Political systems', 'Product Category' => 'General', 'Creation User' => 'PetriDish', 'Creation Date' => '2010/10/10', 'Source Lang' => '1180', )), 's_namespace_text' => 'EN', 's_namespace_text_full' => 'English (EN)', 's_title' => 'sociological_method', ))

English (EN)sociological method

An approach in studying how the voters decide that focuses on the social and economic background of the voters, their income, social class, ethnic group, education, and similar factors.

Spanish (ES)método sociológico

Un enfoque en el estudio de cómo los votantes decidan se centra en los antecedentes sociales y económicos de los votantes, sus ingresos, clase social, etnia, educación y factores similares.

Political systems; General
stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '959622', 'url' => 'ES/exclusive_right_-_to_sell', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'exclusiva (de venta)', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'exclusiva (de venta)', 1 => 'Real estate', 2 => 'General', 3 => 'Century 21', 4 => '', ), 'term' => 'exclusiva (de venta)', 'source_id' => 186140, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Real estate', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'General', ), 'company' => array ( 0 => 'Century 21', ), 'lastedit' => '20110405123532', 'part_of_speech' => 'noun', 'creation_user' => 'trados.alicante', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => 'Un escrito agreemen Color t entre el agente y el propietario por el que el propietario promete pagar una cuota o Comisión para el corredor si su propiedad es vendida durante el anuncio, independientemente de si el corredor es responsable de la venta.', 'usage_comment' => 'MT', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503601642462773252, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'exclusive right - to sell', 'Definition' => 'A written agreemen Color t between the agent and the owner whereby the owner promises to pay a fee or commission to the broker if his property is sold during the listing period, regardless of whether the broker is responsible for the sale.', 'Part of Speech' => 'noun', 'Industry' => 'Real estate', 'Product Category' => 'General', 'Company' => 'Century 21', 'Domain' => 'Documentation', 'Usage Status' => 'New', 'Creation User' => 'Jessehe', 'Creation Date' => '2010/8/23', 'Source Lang' => '1180', )), 's_namespace_text' => 'EN', 's_namespace_text_full' => 'English (EN)', 's_title' => 'exclusive_right_-_to_sell', ))

English (EN)exclusive right - to sell

A written agreemen Color t between the agent and the owner whereby the owner promises to pay a fee or commission to the broker if his property is sold during the listing period, regardless of whether the broker is responsible for the sale.

Spanish (ES)exclusiva (de venta)

Un escrito agreemen Color t entre el agente y el propietario por el que el propietario promete pagar una cuota o Comisión para el corredor si su propiedad es vendida durante el anuncio, independientemente de si el corredor es responsable de la venta.

Real estate; General
stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '966113', 'url' => 'ES/advertising_₈', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'publicidad', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'publicidad', 1 => 'Economy', 2 => 'Economics', 3 => 'The Economist', 4 => '', ), 'term' => 'publicidad', 'source_id' => 774593, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Economy', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'Economics', ), 'company' => array ( 0 => 'The Economist', ), 'lastedit' => '20110406004541', 'part_of_speech' => 'noun', 'creation_user' => 'trados.alicante', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => '¿Muchas empresas anuncian sus productos o servicios, pero están desperdiciando recursos económicos? Algunos economistas creo que simplemente la publicidad manipula los gustos del consumidor y crea deseos que de lo contrario no existirían. Aumentando la diferenciación del producto y fomentar la lealtad de marca publicidad puede hacer que los consumidores menos precio sensible, moviendo el mercado de competencia perfecta hacia la competencia imperfecta (véase competencia monopolística) y aumentando la capacidad de las empresas de carga más marginal costo. Pesado el gasto en publicidad también puede crear una barrera de entrada, como una empresa ingresa al mercado tendría que gastar mucho en publicidad también. Sin embargo, algunos economistas sostienen que la publicidad es económicamente valioso porque aumenta el flujo de información en la economía y reduce la información asimétrica entre el vendedor y el consumidor. Esto intensifica la competencia, como los consumidores pueden hacerse conscientes rápidamente cuando hay una mejor oferta.', 'usage_comment' => 'MT', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503601672239185921, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'advertising', 'Company' => 'The Economist', 'Definition' => 'Many firms advertise their goods or services, but are they wasting economic resources? Some economists reckon that advertising merely manipulates consumer tastes and creates desires that would not otherwise exist. By increasing product differentiation and encouraging brand loyalty advertising may make consumers less price sensitive, moving the market further from perfect competition towards imperfect competition (see monopolistic competition) and increasing the ability of firms to charge more than marginal cost. Heavy spending on advertising may also create a barrier to entry, as a firm entering the market would have to spend a lot on advertising too. However, some economists argue that advertising is economically valuable because it increases the flow of information in the economy and reduces the asymmetric information between the seller and the consumer. This intensifies competition, as consumers can be made aware quickly when there is a better deal on offer.', 'Domain' => 'Documentation', 'Industry' => 'Economy', 'Part of Speech' => 'noun', 'Product Category' => 'Economics', 'Usage Status' => 'New', 'Creation User' => 'summer.l', 'Creation Date' => '2011/2/21', 'Source Lang' => '1180', )), 's_namespace_text' => 'EN', 's_namespace_text_full' => 'English (EN)', 's_title' => 'advertising_₈', ))

English (EN)advertising

Many firms advertise their goods or services, but are they wasting economic resources? Some economists reckon that advertising merely manipulates consumer tastes and creates desires that would not otherwise exist. By increasing product differentiation and ...

Spanish (ES)publicidad

¿Muchas empresas anuncian sus productos o servicios, pero están desperdiciando recursos económicos? Algunos economistas creo que simplemente la publicidad manipula los gustos del consumidor y crea deseos que de lo contrario no existirían. Aumentando la ...

Economy; Economics
stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '959176', 'url' => 'ES/credit_history_₁', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'historial crediticio', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'historial crediticio', 1 => 'Real estate', 2 => 'General', 3 => 'Century 21', 4 => '', ), 'term' => 'historial crediticio', 'source_id' => 170249, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Real estate', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'General', ), 'company' => array ( 0 => 'Century 21', ), 'lastedit' => '20110405113543', 'part_of_speech' => 'noun', 'creation_user' => 'trados.alicante', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => 'Un registro de un individuo está abierto y completamente pagado las deudas. Un historial de crédito ayuda a un prestamista para determinar si un prestatario potencial tiene un historial de pagar deudas de manera oportuna.', 'usage_comment' => 'MT', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503601640769323008, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'credit history', 'Definition' => 'A record of an individual\'s open and fully repaid debts. A credit history helps a lender to determine whether a potential borrower has a history of repaying debts in a timely manner.', 'Part of Speech' => 'noun', 'Industry' => 'Real estate', 'Product Category' => 'General', 'Company' => 'Century 21', 'Domain' => 'Documentation', 'Usage Status' => 'New', 'Creation User' => 'Jessehe', 'Creation Date' => '2010/8/19', 'Source Lang' => '1180', )), 's_namespace_text' => 'EN', 's_namespace_text_full' => 'English (EN)', 's_title' => 'credit_history_₁', ))

English (EN)credit history

A record of an individual's open and fully repaid debts. A credit history helps a lender to determine whether a potential borrower has a history of repaying debts in a timely manner.

Spanish (ES)historial crediticio

Un registro de un individuo está abierto y completamente pagado las deudas. Un historial de crédito ayuda a un prestamista para determinar si un prestatario potencial tiene un historial de pagar deudas de manera oportuna.

Real estate; General
stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '965768', 'url' => 'ES/general_equilibrium', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'equilibrio general', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'equilibrio general', 1 => 'Economy', 2 => 'Economics', 3 => 'The Economist', 4 => '', ), 'term' => 'equilibrio general', 'source_id' => 774319, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Economy', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'Economics', ), 'company' => array ( 0 => 'The Economist', ), 'lastedit' => '20110405230003', 'part_of_speech' => 'noun', 'creation_user' => 'trados.alicante', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => 'Economic perfection. This is when demand and supply are in balance (the market is in equilibrium) for each and every good and service in the economy. Nobody thinks that real-world economies can ever be that perfect; at best there is "partial equilibrium". But most economists think that general equilibrium is something worth aspiring to.', 'usage_comment' => 'MT', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503601670524764161, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'general equilibrium', 'Company' => 'The Economist', 'Definition' => 'Economic perfection. This is when demand and supply are in balance (the market is in equilibrium) for each and every good and service in the economy. Nobody thinks that real-world economies can ever be that perfect; at best there is "partial equilibrium". But most economists think that general equilibrium is something worth aspiring to.', 'Domain' => 'Documentation', 'Industry' => 'Economy', 'Part of Speech' => 'noun', 'Product Category' => 'Economics', 'Usage Status' => 'New', 'Creation User' => 'summer.l', 'Creation Date' => '2011/2/21', 'Source Lang' => '1180', )), 's_namespace_text' => 'EN', 's_namespace_text_full' => 'English (EN)', 's_title' => 'general_equilibrium', ))

English (EN)general equilibrium

Economic perfection. This is when demand and supply are in balance (the market is in equilibrium) for each and every good and service in the economy. Nobody thinks that real-world economies can ever be that perfect; at best there is "partial equilibrium". But ...

Spanish (ES)equilibrio general

Economic perfection. This is when demand and supply are in balance (the market is in equilibrium) for each and every good and service in the economy. Nobody thinks that real-world economies can ever be that perfect; at best there is "partial equilibrium". But ...

Economy; Economics
stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '966269', 'url' => 'ES/seniority_₂', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'antigüedad', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'antigüedad', 1 => 'Economy', 2 => 'Economics', 3 => 'The Economist', 4 => '', ), 'term' => 'antigüedad', 'source_id' => 774649, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Economy', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'Economics', ), 'company' => array ( 0 => 'The Economist', ), 'lastedit' => '20110406005809', 'part_of_speech' => 'noun', 'creation_user' => 'trados.alicante', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => 'El orden en que los acreedores tienen derecho a ser reembolsados. En el caso de una quiebra, deuda senior debe pagarse antes de deuda junior. Porque la deuda junior tiene una menor posibilidad de ser reembolsados de deuda senior, lleva a más riesgo y así paga típicamente un mayor rendimiento.', 'usage_comment' => 'MT', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503601672829534211, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'seniority', 'Company' => 'The Economist', 'Definition' => 'The order in which creditors are entitled to be repaid. In the event of a bankruptcy, senior debt must be paid off before junior debt. Because junior debt has a lower chance of being repaid than senior debt, it carries more risk, and thus typically pays a higher yield.', 'Domain' => 'Documentation', 'Industry' => 'Economy', 'Part of Speech' => 'noun', 'Product Category' => 'Economics', 'Usage Status' => 'New', 'Creation User' => 'summer.l', 'Creation Date' => '2011/2/21', 'Source Lang' => '1180', )), 's_namespace_text' => 'EN', 's_namespace_text_full' => 'English (EN)', 's_title' => 'seniority_₂', ))

English (EN)seniority

The order in which creditors are entitled to be repaid. In the event of a bankruptcy, senior debt must be paid off before junior debt. Because junior debt has a lower chance of being repaid than senior debt, it carries more risk, and thus typically pays a ...

Spanish (ES)antigüedad

El orden en que los acreedores tienen derecho a ser reembolsados. En el caso de una quiebra, deuda senior debe pagarse antes de deuda junior. Porque la deuda junior tiene una menor posibilidad de ser reembolsados de deuda senior, lleva a más riesgo y así paga ...

Economy; Economics
stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '966265', 'url' => 'ES/seasonally_adjusted_₂', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'ajustes estacionales', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'ajustes estacionales', 1 => 'Economy', 2 => 'Economics', 3 => 'The Economist', 4 => '', ), 'term' => 'ajustes estacionales', 'source_id' => 774642, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Economy', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'Economics', ), 'company' => array ( 0 => 'The Economist', ), 'lastedit' => '20110406005802', 'part_of_speech' => 'noun', 'creation_user' => 'trados.alicante', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => 'Hay patrones estacionales en muchas actividades económicas; por ejemplo, hay menos construcción en invierno que en verano, y el gasto en las tiendas se eleva como se acerca Navidad. Para revelar las tendencias subyacentes, estadísticas que reflejan sólo una parte del año a menudo se ajustan al hierro variaciones estacionales.', 'usage_comment' => 'MT', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503601672828485636, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'seasonally adjusted', 'Company' => 'The Economist', 'Definition' => 'There are seasonal patterns in many economic activities; for instance, there is less construction in winter than in summer, and spending in shops soars as Christmas approaches. To reveal underlying trends, statistics reflecting only part of the year are often adjusted to iron out seasonal variations.', 'Domain' => 'Documentation', 'Industry' => 'Economy', 'Part of Speech' => 'noun', 'Product Category' => 'Economics', 'Usage Status' => 'New', 'Creation User' => 'summer.l', 'Creation Date' => '2011/2/21', 'Source Lang' => '1180', )), 's_namespace_text' => 'EN', 's_namespace_text_full' => 'English (EN)', 's_title' => 'seasonally_adjusted_₂', ))

English (EN)seasonally adjusted

There are seasonal patterns in many economic activities; for instance, there is less construction in winter than in summer, and spending in shops soars as Christmas approaches. To reveal underlying trends, statistics reflecting only part of the year are often ...

Spanish (ES)ajustes estacionales

Hay patrones estacionales en muchas actividades económicas; por ejemplo, hay menos construcción en invierno que en verano, y el gasto en las tiendas se eleva como se acerca Navidad. Para revelar las tendencias subyacentes, estadísticas que reflejan sólo una ...

Economy; Economics
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English (EN)classical economics

The dominant theory of economics from the 18th century to the 20th century, when it evolved into Neo-classical economics. Classical economists, who included Adam Smith, David Ricardo and John Stuart Mill, believed that the pursuit of individual self-interest ...

Spanish (ES)economia clasica o tradicional es la economia de la mayoria de los paises de capitalismo

La teoría dominante de la economía del siglo XVIII al siglo XX, cuando convirtió en economía neoclásica. Los economistas clásicos, que incluyen a Adam Smith, David Ricardo y John Stuart Mill, creen que la búsqueda del interés individual produce los mayores ...

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