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stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '972526', 'url' => 'ES/trade_agreement', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'acuerdo comercial', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'acuerdo comercial', 1 => 'Economy', 2 => 'International economics', 3 => 'University of Michigan', 4 => '', ), 'term' => 'acuerdo comercial', 'source_id' => 819358, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Economy', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'International economics', ), 'company' => array ( 0 => 'University of Michigan', ), 'lastedit' => '20110406115611', 'part_of_speech' => 'noun', 'creation_user' => 'trados.alicante', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => 'Un acuerdo negociado entre dos o más países a limitar o alterar sus políticas respecto al comercio. Un tipo común en los últimos años ha sido acuerdos comerciales preferenciales forma.', 'usage_comment' => 'MT', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503601699932078081, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'trade agreement', 'Company' => 'University of Michigan', 'Definition' => 'A negotiated agreement among two or more countries to limit or alter their policies with respect to trade. A common type in recent years has been agreements to form preferential trading arrangements.', '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' => 'trade_agreement', ))

English (EN)trade agreement

A negotiated agreement among two or more countries to limit or alter their policies with respect to trade. A common type in recent years has been agreements to form preferential trading arrangements.

Spanish (ES)acuerdo comercial

Un acuerdo negociado entre dos o más países a limitar o alterar sus políticas respecto al comercio. Un tipo común en los últimos años ha sido acuerdos comerciales preferenciales forma.

Economy; International economics
stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '958904', 'url' => 'ES/attached_housing', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'viviendas adosadas', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'viviendas adosadas', 1 => 'Real estate', 2 => 'General', 3 => 'Century 21', 4 => '', ), 'term' => 'viviendas adosadas', 'source_id' => 170103, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Real estate', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'General', ), 'company' => array ( 0 => 'Century 21', ), 'lastedit' => '20110405111519', 'part_of_speech' => 'noun', 'creation_user' => 'trados.alicante', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => 'Cualquier número de casas o de otras viviendas que están físicamente conectados uno al otro, pero están ocupadas por un número de diferentes personas. Las casas individuales pueden o no pueden ser propiedad de personas separadas.', 'usage_comment' => 'MT', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503601639825604611, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'attached housing', 'Definition' => 'Any number of houses or other dwellings which are physically attached to one another, but are occupied by a number of different people. The individual houses may or may not be owned by separate people as well.', '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' => 'attached_housing', ))

English (EN)attached housing

Any number of houses or other dwellings which are physically attached to one another, but are occupied by a number of different people. The individual houses may or may not be owned by separate people as well.

Spanish (ES)viviendas adosadas

Cualquier número de casas o de otras viviendas que están físicamente conectados uno al otro, pero están ocupadas por un número de diferentes personas. Las casas individuales pueden o no pueden ser propiedad de personas separadas.

Real estate; General
stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '956861', 'url' => 'ES/deferred_charge_₁', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'gastos periodificados', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'gastos periodificados', 1 => 'Accounting', 2 => 'Tax', 3 => '', ), 'term' => 'gastos periodificados', 'source_id' => 110653, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Accounting', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'Tax', ), 'lastedit' => '20110405084502', 'part_of_speech' => 'noun', 'creation_user' => 'trados.alicante', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => 'Un gasto llevado como un activo hasta que la cantidad representa un gasto real para el período por ejemplo, si una prima de seguro de un año se paga tres meses antes del final del año fiscal, tres meses de la prima sería un gasto en el año pagó nueve meses sería un gasto del año siguiente por lo tanto, 9/12 de la prima sería un diferido de carga en este caso se estaría representada por una cuenta llamada prepagada seguro ingreso diferido es la situación opuesta por ejemplo, seis meses Alquiler recibió por adelantado cualquier cantidad no debidamente acreditado para el período actual sería representan un pasivo', 'usage_comment' => 'MT', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503601631677120516, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'deferred charge', 'Definition' => 'An expenditure carried as an asset until the amount represents a true expense for the period For example, if a one-year insurance premium is paid three months before the end of the fiscal year, three months of the premium would be an expense in the year paid, nine months would be an expense of the following year Thus, 9/12 of the premium would be a deferred charge In this case it would be represented by an account called prepaid insurance Deferred income is the opposite situation For example, six months rent received in advance Any amount not properly credited to the current period would be represent a liability', 'Part of Speech' => 'noun', 'Domain' => 'Documentation', 'Usage Status' => 'New', 'Industry' => 'Accounting', 'Product Category' => 'Tax', 'Creation User' => 'PetriDish', 'Creation Date' => '2010/7/18', 'Source Lang' => '1180', )), 's_namespace_text' => 'EN', 's_namespace_text_full' => 'English (EN)', 's_title' => 'deferred_charge_₁', ))

English (EN)deferred charge

An expenditure carried as an asset until the amount represents a true expense for the period For example, if a one-year insurance premium is paid three months before the end of the fiscal year, three months of the premium would be an expense in the year ...

Spanish (ES)gastos periodificados

Un gasto llevado como un activo hasta que la cantidad representa un gasto real para el período por ejemplo, si una prima de seguro de un año se paga tres meses antes del final del año fiscal, tres meses de la prima sería un gasto en el año pagó nueve meses ...

Accounting; Tax
stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '959867', 'url' => 'ES/unanimous_consent', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'consentimiento unánime', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'consentimiento unánime', 1 => 'Political systems', 2 => 'General', 3 => '', ), 'term' => 'consentimiento unánime', 'source_id' => 372195, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Political systems', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'General', ), 'lastedit' => '20110405125739', 'part_of_speech' => 'noun', 'creation_user' => 'trados.alicante', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => 'Un procedimiento del Senado bajo el cual las objeciones de un solo senador pueden impedir un proyecto de ley llamado para consideración de la agenda legislativa.', 'usage_comment' => 'MT', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503601643311071235, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'unanimous consent', 'Definition' => 'A Senate procedure under which the objections of a single senator can prevent a bill from being called up for consideration from the legislative calendar.', 'Part of Speech' => 'noun', 'Domain' => 'Documentation', 'Usage Status' => 'New', 'Industry' => 'Political systems', 'Product Category' => 'General', 'Creation User' => 'PetriDish', 'Creation Date' => '2010/10/17', 'Source Lang' => '1180', )), 's_namespace_text' => 'EN', 's_namespace_text_full' => 'English (EN)', 's_title' => 'unanimous_consent', ))

English (EN)unanimous consent

A Senate procedure under which the objections of a single senator can prevent a bill from being called up for consideration from the legislative calendar.

Spanish (ES)consentimiento unánime

Un procedimiento del Senado bajo el cual las objeciones de un solo senador pueden impedir un proyecto de ley llamado para consideración de la agenda legislativa.

Political systems; General
stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '966291', 'url' => 'ES/substitution_effect', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'efecto de sustitución', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'efecto de sustitución', 1 => 'Economy', 2 => 'Economics', 3 => 'The Economist', 4 => '', ), 'term' => 'efecto de sustitución', 'source_id' => 774730, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Economy', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'Economics', ), 'company' => array ( 0 => 'The Economist', ), 'lastedit' => '20110406005848', 'part_of_speech' => 'noun', 'creation_user' => 'trados.alicante', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => 'Cuando cae el precio de la gasolina la gente compra más de él. Hay dos razones. Efecto renta: gasolina más barata significa ese poder adquisitivo real se eleva, así que los consumidores tienen más para gastar en todo, incluyendo la gasolina. Efecto sustitución: gasolina se ha convertido en más barato en relación con todo lo demás, para gente cambia algunos de su consumo de bienes que ahora son relativamente más caros y comprar gasolina en su lugar.', 'usage_comment' => 'MT', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503601672834777091, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'substitution effect', 'Company' => 'The Economist', 'Definition' => 'When the price of petrol falls people buy more of it. There are two reasons. * The income effect: cheaper petrol means that real purchasing power rises, so consumers have more to spend on everything, including petrol. * The substitution effect: petrol has become cheaper relative to everything else, so people switch some of their consumption out of goods that are now relatively more expensive and buy more petrol instead.', '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' => 'substitution_effect', ))

English (EN)substitution effect

When the price of petrol falls people buy more of it. There are two reasons. * The income effect: cheaper petrol means that real purchasing power rises, so consumers have more to spend on everything, including petrol. * The substitution effect: petrol has ...

Spanish (ES)efecto de sustitución

Cuando cae el precio de la gasolina la gente compra más de él. Hay dos razones. Efecto renta: gasolina más barata significa ese poder adquisitivo real se eleva, así que los consumidores tienen más para gastar en todo, incluyendo la gasolina. Efecto ...

Economy; Economics
stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '965489', 'url' => 'ES/financial_panic', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'panico financeiro', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'panico financeiro', 1 => 'Economy', 2 => 'International economics', 3 => 'University of Michigan', 4 => '', ), 'term' => 'panico financeiro', 'source_id' => 818780, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Economy', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'International economics', ), 'company' => array ( 0 => 'University of Michigan', ), 'lastedit' => '20120922155006', 'part_of_speech' => 'noun', 'creation_user' => 'trados.alicante', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => 'Una repentina pérdida de confianza en el sistema financiero, causando generalizada intenta vender acciones y bonos y retirar fondos de los bancos, a menudo estimulados por una gran entidad financiera (especulador, banco, etc.) realizando una pérdida grande y de compromisos.', 'usage_comment' => 'MT', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503601669518131202, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'financial panic', 'Company' => 'University of Michigan', 'Definition' => 'A sudden loss of confidence in the financial system, causing widespread attempts to sell stocks and bonds and withdraw funds from banks, often stimulated by a large financial entity (speculator, bank, etc. ) making a large loss and defaulting on commitments.', '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' => 'financial_panic', ))

English (EN)financial panic

A sudden loss of confidence in the financial system, causing widespread attempts to sell stocks and bonds and withdraw funds from banks, often stimulated by a large financial entity (speculator, bank, etc. ) making a large loss and defaulting on commitments.

Spanish (ES)panico financeiro

Una repentina pérdida de confianza en el sistema financiero, causando generalizada intenta vender acciones y bonos y retirar fondos de los bancos, a menudo estimulados por una gran entidad financiera (especulador, banco, etc.) realizando una pérdida grande y ...

Economy; International economics
stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '965477', 'url' => 'ES/hard_currency_₂', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'moneda dura', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'moneda dura', 1 => 'Economy', 2 => '', ), 'term' => 'moneda dura', 'source_id' => 507980, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Economy', ), 'lastedit' => '20120922154010', 'part_of_speech' => 'noun', 'creation_user' => 'trados.alicante', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => 'Una moneda que es convertible a otras monedas, y cuyo precio en términos de otras monedas se espera que permanezca estable o se levanta.', 'usage_comment' => 'MT', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503601669516034049, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'hard currency', 'Definition' => 'A currency which is convertible to other currencies, and whose price in terms of other currencies is expected to remain stable or rise.', 'Part of Speech' => 'noun', 'Usage Status' => 'New', 'Industry' => 'Economy', 'Domain' => 'Other', 'Creation User' => 'Jiazhe Song', 'Creation Date' => '2010/12/14', 'Source Lang' => '1180', )), 's_namespace_text' => 'EN', 's_namespace_text_full' => 'English (EN)', 's_title' => 'hard_currency_₂', ))

English (EN)hard currency

A currency which is convertible to other currencies, and whose price in terms of other currencies is expected to remain stable or rise.

Spanish (ES)moneda dura

Una moneda que es convertible a otras monedas, y cuyo precio en términos de otras monedas se espera que permanezca estable o se levanta.

Economy;
stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '965637', 'url' => 'ES/minimum_wage_₂', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'salario minimo', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'salario minimo', 1 => 'Economy', 2 => 'Economics', 3 => 'The Economist', 4 => '', ), 'term' => 'salario minimo', 'source_id' => 774204, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Economy', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'Economics', ), 'company' => array ( 0 => 'The Economist', ), 'lastedit' => '20120922162014', 'part_of_speech' => 'noun', 'creation_user' => 'trados.alicante', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => 'Una tasa mínima de pago que las empresas están legalmente obligadas a pagar a sus trabajadores. Los países más industrializados tienen un salario mínimo, aunque cierto tipo de trabajadores a menudo está exentos, como los jóvenes o trabajadores a tiempo parcial. Mayoría de los economistas creo que un salario mínimo, si está haciendo lo que pretende hacer, conducirá a un mayor desempleo que allí sería sin ella. La principal justificación había ofrecida por los políticos para tener un salario mínimo es el salario que se decidiría por los compradores y vendedores en un mercado libre sería tan bajos que sería inmoral para la gente a trabajar para él. Así el salario mínimo debe ser superior al salario de mercado, en cuyo caso menos trabajadores que se exigieron en ese salario que podría ser contratado en el salario de mercado. ¿Cuántas menos dependerá de cuánto el salario mínimo es superior al salario de mercado? Algunos economistas han desafiado este modelo simple oferta y demanda. Varios estudios empíricos han sugerido que un salario mínimo moderado sobre el salario de mercado libre no dañaría mucho empleo y (en raras ocasiones) podría elevarlo. Estos estudios no son ampliamente aceptados entre los economistas. Lo que lo hace para aquellos en el trabajo, un salario mínimo no puede evitar a la mayoría de las personas más pobres en muchos países, que normalmente no tienen trabajo en el que ganan un salario mínimo.', 'usage_comment' => 'MT', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503601670015156226, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'minimum wage', 'Company' => 'The Economist', 'Definition' => 'A minimum rate of pay that firms are legally obliged to pay their workers. Most industrial countries have a minimum wage, although certain sorts of workers are often exempted, such as young people or part-timers. Most economists reckon that a minimum wage, if it is doing what it is meant to do, will lead to higher unemployment than there would be without it. The main justification offered by politicians for having a minimum wage is that the wage that would be decided by buyers and sellers in a free market would be so low that it would be immoral for people to work for it. So the minimum wage should be above the market-clearing wage, in which case fewer workers would be demanded at that wage than would be hired at the market wage. How many fewer will depend on how far the minimum wage is above the market wage? Some economists have challenged this simple supply and demand model. Several empirical studies have suggested that a minimum wage moderately above the free-market wage would not harm employment much and could (in rare circumstances) potentially raise it. These studies are not widely accepted among economists. Whatever it does for those in work, a minimum wage cannot help the majority of the very poorest people in most countries, who typically have no job in which to earn a minimum wage.', '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' => 'minimum_wage_₂', ))

English (EN)minimum wage

A minimum rate of pay that firms are legally obliged to pay their workers. Most industrial countries have a minimum wage, although certain sorts of workers are often exempted, such as young people or part-timers. Most economists reckon that a minimum wage, if ...

Spanish (ES)salario minimo

Una tasa mínima de pago que las empresas están legalmente obligadas a pagar a sus trabajadores. Los países más industrializados tienen un salario mínimo, aunque cierto tipo de trabajadores a menudo está exentos, como los jóvenes o trabajadores a tiempo ...

Economy; Economics
stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '966111', 'url' => 'ES/Alfred_Marshall', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'Alfred Marshall', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'Alfred Marshall', 1 => 'Economy', 2 => 'Economics', 3 => 'The Economist', 4 => '', ), 'term' => 'Alfred Marshall', 'source_id' => 774588, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Economy', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'Economics', ), 'company' => array ( 0 => 'The Economist', ), 'lastedit' => '20110406004536', 'part_of_speech' => 'proper noun', 'creation_user' => 'trados.alicante', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => 'Un economista británico (1842–1924), que desarrolló algunos de los conceptos más importantes de la microeconomía. En su obra más conocida, principios de economía, que retuvo el énfasis en la importancia de los costos, que era estándar en economía clásica. Pero, agregó, ayudando a crear la economía neoclásica, explicando que la salida y el precio de un producto están determinados por la oferta y la demanda, y que los beneficios y costos marginales son cruciales. Fue el primer economista de explicar que la demanda cae como aumentos de precios, y que por lo tanto la curva de demanda pistas hacia abajo de izquierda a derecha. También fue el primero con el concepto de elasticidad precio de exceso de demanda y consumo.', 'usage_comment' => 'MT', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503601672238137349, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'Alfred Marshall', 'Company' => 'The Economist', 'Definition' => 'A British economist (1842–1924), who developed some of the most important concepts in microeconomics. In his best-known work, Principles of Economics, he retained the emphasis on the importance of costs, which was standard in classical economics. But he added to it, helping to create Neo-classical economics, by explaining that the output and price of a product are determined by both supply and demand, and that marginal costs and benefits are crucial. He was the first economist to explain that demand falls as price increases, and that therefore the demand curve slopes downwards from left to right. He was also first with the concept of price elasticity of demand and consumer surplus.', 'Domain' => 'Documentation', 'Industry' => 'Economy', 'Part of Speech' => 'proper 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' => 'Alfred_Marshall', ))

English (EN)Alfred Marshall

A British economist (1842–1924), who developed some of the most important concepts in microeconomics. In his best-known work, Principles of Economics, he retained the emphasis on the importance of costs, which was standard in classical economics. But he added ...

Spanish (ES)Alfred Marshall

Un economista británico (1842–1924), que desarrolló algunos de los conceptos más importantes de la microeconomía. En su obra más conocida, principios de economía, que retuvo el énfasis en la importancia de los costos, que era estándar en economía clásica. ...

Economy; Economics
stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '960866', 'url' => 'ES/zero-base_budgeting_(ZBB)_₁', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'presupuestación en base cero', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'presupuestación en base cero', 1 => 'Political systems', 2 => 'General', 3 => '', ), 'term' => 'presupuestación en base cero', 'source_id' => 500628, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Political systems', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'General', ), 'lastedit' => '20110405141110', 'part_of_speech' => 'noun', 'creation_user' => 'trados.alicante', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => 'Un sistema de gestión establecido por el Presidente Carter que pretendía examinar la necesidad de los programas existentes como si ellos se propusieron por primera vez.', 'usage_comment' => 'MT', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503601649110745090, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'zero-base budgeting (ZBB)', 'Definition' => 'A management system instituted by President Carter that sought to examine the need for existing programs as if they were being proposed for the first time.', 'Part of Speech' => 'noun', 'Domain' => 'Documentation', 'Usage Status' => 'New', 'Industry' => 'Political systems', 'Product Category' => 'General', 'Creation User' => 'PetriDish', 'Creation Date' => '2010/12/6', 'Source Lang' => '1180', )), 's_namespace_text' => 'EN', 's_namespace_text_full' => 'English (EN)', 's_title' => 'zero-base_budgeting_(ZBB)_₁', ))

English (EN)zero-base budgeting (ZBB)

A management system instituted by President Carter that sought to examine the need for existing programs as if they were being proposed for the first time.

Spanish (ES)presupuestación en base cero

Un sistema de gestión establecido por el Presidente Carter que pretendía examinar la necesidad de los programas existentes como si ellos se propusieron por primera vez.

Political systems; General