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İngilizce - Türkçe

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ECONOMIC = [ekı'nomik] adjective
ekonomik, iktisadi
İngilizce örnek : The economic situation of the country is improving.
Türkçe çevirisi : Ülkenin ekonomik durumu iyileşiyor.

ECONOMIC
Economic growth: The increase in the capacity of an economy to produce goods and services.
Economic downturn: A decline in the general economic activity and output.
Economic development: The process by which the overall health, well-being, and wealth of a community or nation improve.
Economic indicators: Statistics used to evaluate the overall health of an economy.
Economic policy: A set of guidelines and decisions made by governments to manage economic activities.
Economic system: The structure and organization of an economy, including its institutions and mechanisms.
Economic recession: A significant decline in economic activity across the economy.
Economic stability: A situation where an economy experiences consistent growth without excessive fluctuations.
Economic inequality: The unequal distribution of resources and opportunities within an economy.
Economic sanctions: Measures taken by countries to restrict trade or financial transactions with another country.
Economic impact: The effect that an event, policy, or change has on the economy.
Economic sector: A distinct part of an economy, such as agriculture, manufacturing, or services.
Economic theory: A framework or model used to understand and analyze economic phenomena.
Economic model: A simplified representation of an economic system or process used for analysis or prediction.
Economic globalization: The increasing interconnectedness of economies around the world.
Economic integration: The process by which different economies become more interconnected through trade, investment, and other forms of cooperation.
Economic incentive: A financial or material reward that encourages individuals or firms to take certain actions.
Economic forecast: A prediction about future economic conditions based on current data and trends.
Economic reform: Changes made to improve the performance, efficiency, or fairness of an economic system.
Economic stability: The absence of excessive fluctuations in an economy's output, employment, and prices.
Economic recovery: The period following a recession or downturn when the economy starts to grow again.
Economic integration: The process by which countries reduce trade barriers and integrate their economies.
Economic expansion: A phase of the business cycle characterized by increased economic activity and growth.
Economic inequality: Differences in income, wealth, or opportunities among individuals or groups within an economy.
Economic downturn: A period of economic contraction or decline in economic activity.
Economic stimulus: Measures taken by governments to boost economic activity, such as increased spending or tax cuts.
Economic competitiveness: The ability of a country or region to produce goods and services more efficiently than its competitors.
Economic efficiency: The optimal allocation of resources to maximize output or achieve a given level of output at the lowest cost.
Economic growth rate: The percentage increase in a country's GDP over a specific period.
Economic viability: The ability of a project, business, or policy to be sustainable and profitable in the long term.
Economic recession: A period of negative economic growth, typically characterized by falling GDP, rising unemployment, and declining consumer spending.
Economic empowerment: The process of enabling individuals or communities to achieve economic self-sufficiency and independence.
Economic output: The total value of goods and services produced by an economy over a specific period.
Economic migration: The movement of people from one region or country to another in search of better economic opportunities.
Economic inequality: The unequal distribution of wealth, income, or resources within a society or economy.
Economic competitiveness: The ability of a country, region, or business to compete effectively in the global marketplace.
Economic downturn: A period of declining economic activity, characterized by reduced production, employment, and consumer spending.
Economic recovery: The phase of the business cycle following a recession when the economy starts to grow again.
Economic instability: A situation where an economy experiences frequent fluctuations in output, employment, and prices.
Economic globalization: The increasing interconnectedness and interdependence of economies around the world.
Economic development: The process of improving the economic, social, and environmental well-being of a community or nation.
Economic policy: The strategies, measures, and actions taken by governments to manage and regulate economic activities.
Economic reform: Changes made to improve the efficiency, fairness, or competitiveness of an economic system.
Economic indicators: Statistics and data used to assess the health, performance, and trends of an economy.
Economic growth: An increase in the production and consumption of goods and services within an economy.
Economic downturn: A period of economic decline or contraction, often characterized by reduced production, employment, and spending.
Economic stimulus: Measures taken by governments to boost economic activity, such as fiscal or monetary policy interventions.
Economic sustainability: The ability of an economy to maintain stable growth and development without depleting natural resources or causing environmental harm.
Economic integration: The process of reducing barriers to trade and investment between countries, leading to increased economic cooperation and interdependence.
Economic inequality: Disparities in income, wealth, or opportunities among individuals or groups within a society.
Economic competitiveness: The ability of a country, region, or business to produce goods and services more efficiently and effectively than its competitors.
Economic recovery: The period following a recession when the economy begins to grow again, typically marked by increasing production, employment, and consumer spending.
Economic expansion: A phase of the business cycle characterized by increasing economic activity, growth, and employment.
Economic development: The process of improving the economic, social, and environmental conditions of a community or nation through various policies and initiatives.
Economic globalization: The increasing interconnectedness and interdependence of economies around the world, driven by trade, investment, and technology.
Economic reform: Changes or adjustments made to improve the efficiency, fairness, or competitiveness of an economic system or policy.
Economic indicators: Data and statistics used to assess the health, performance, and trends of an economy, such as GDP, unemployment rate, and inflation rate.
Economic downturn: A period of economic contraction or decline, often characterized by reduced production, employment, and consumer spending.
Economic stimulus: Measures or policies implemented by governments to boost economic activity, such as increased government spending, tax cuts, or monetary policy interventions.
Economic sustainability: The ability of an economy to achieve long-term growth and development without depleting natural resources, causing environmental degradation, or creating social inequities.
Economic integration: The process of reducing trade barriers and increasing economic cooperation between countries or regions, leading to increased trade, investment, and mobility of goods and services.
Economic inequality: Disparities in income, wealth, or opportunities among individuals or groups within a society or economy, often resulting from structural factors such as discrimination, unequal access to education, or systemic barriers.
Economic competitiveness: The ability of a country, region, or business to produce goods and services more efficiently and effectively than its competitors, often measured by factors such as productivity, innovation, and market access.
Economic recovery: The phase of the business cycle following a recession or downturn when the economy begins to grow again, characterized by increasing production, employment, and consumer spending.
Economic expansion: A period of increasing economic activity, growth, and prosperity, often marked by rising GDP, employment, and consumer confidence.
Economic development: The process of improving the economic, social, and environmental conditions of a community, region, or nation through various policies, programs, and initiatives aimed at promoting sustainable growth, reducing poverty, and enhancing well-being.
Economic globalization: The increasing interconnectedness and interdependence of economies around the world, driven by advances in technology, communication, and trade liberalization, leading to greater integration and collaboration among nations, businesses, and individuals.
Economic reform: Changes or adjustments made to improve the efficiency, effectiveness, or fairness of an economic system or policy, often aimed at addressing structural imbalances, inefficiencies, or inequalities within the economy.
Economic indicators: Key data and statistics used to assess the health, performance, and trends of an economy, including measures such as GDP growth, inflation rate, unemployment rate, trade balance, and consumer confidence.
Economic downturn: A period of economic contraction, decline, or recession, characterized by reduced economic activity, falling production, rising unemployment, and declining consumer spending, often resulting from external shocks, financial crises, or structural imbalances within the economy.
Economic stimulus: Measures, policies, or interventions implemented by governments or central banks to boost economic activity, stimulate demand, and support growth, typically through increased government spending, tax cuts, monetary easing, or targeted interventions in specific sectors or industries.
Economic sustainability: The ability of an economy to achieve long-term growth, development, and prosperity without depleting natural resources, causing environmental degradation, or creating social inequities, often achieved through sustainable practices, policies, and investments that balance economic, environmental, and social objectives.
Economic integration: The process of reducing trade barriers, promoting investment, and fostering cooperation between countries or regions to create a more open, interconnected, and competitive economic environment, often facilitated by regional agreements, trade pacts, or international organizations that aim to promote economic collaboration, integration, and development.
Economic inequality: Disparities in income, wealth, or opportunities among individuals, households, or groups within a society or economy, often resulting from structural factors such as unequal access to resources, education, employment opportunities, or systemic barriers that perpetuate poverty, exclusion, and social inequality.
Economic competitiveness: The ability of a country, region, or business to produce goods and services more efficiently, innovatively, and competitively than its rivals, often determined by factors such as productivity, technological innovation, skilled labor force, infrastructure, market access, regulatory environment, and business climate that enhance its capacity to attract investment, create jobs, and sustain growth.
Economic recovery: The phase of the business cycle following a period of economic contraction, recession, or downturn when the economy starts to grow again, characterized by increasing production, employment, consumer spending, business investment, and overall economic activity, often supported by fiscal stimulus, monetary easing, or structural reforms aimed at restoring confidence, stability, and growth.
Economic expansion: A period of increasing economic activity, output, and prosperity, often marked by rising GDP, employment, consumer spending, business investment, and overall economic growth, driven by factors such as favorable macroeconomic conditions, monetary policy, business confidence, consumer sentiment, innovation, productivity gains, and global demand that stimulate economic activity across various sectors, industries, and regions.
Economic development: The process of improving the economic, social, and environmental conditions of a community, region, or nation through strategic policies, investments, and initiatives aimed at promoting sustainable growth, reducing poverty, enhancing education, health care, infrastructure, and governance, fostering innovation, entrepreneurship, and private sector development, and creating opportunities for all individuals, households, and communities to participate in and benefit from economic growth and development.
Economic globalization: The increasing interconnectedness, interdependence, and integration of national economies, markets, and societies around the world, facilitated by advances in technology, communication, transportation, trade liberalization, financial integration, and international cooperation, leading to greater mobility of goods, services, capital, labor, ideas, and cultures across borders, regions, and continents, and shaping the dynamics, challenges, opportunities, and complexities of the global economy, politics, and society.

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