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Financial terms in "Economics"

1. marginal propensity to consume

2. Indexation (of Pension Benefits)

3. Current Transfers Payments Of Compensation

4. public goods

5. Coverage (of Data Sources)

6. Additives

7. Standby Credit

8. AFTA

9. Probability Based Disclosures

10. Remote Data Laboratory

11. Host Country (of Banks)

12. uncertainty

13. Intended Instruction Time

14. New Entrants To A Level Of Education - OECD

15. CPC

16. Value Of Work Put In Place (construction)

17. Disclosure By Matching

18. Indirect Comparison

19. Other Intangible Fixed Assets

20. Date Of Occurrence Of A Vital Event

21. Consistency Check

22. Hedonic Method (in Compilation Of Construction Price Indices)

23. Employed Persons

24. complementary good

25. Economies Of Scale

26. Unofficial Language

27. MFA

28. Seat-kilometre Offered (for Inland Waterways Transport)

29. Central Product Classification (CPC)

30. New Entrants To A Level Of Education - UNESCO

31. Mubadala Development Company

32. Building Eurostat

33. Full-time Teacher

34. Population At Risk

35. Forested Land Not Available For Wood Supply

36. Resale Price Maintenance (RPM)

37. Property Income

38. Point Estimation

39. EIB

40. Sampling Frame

41. UNSD

42. Air Pollution Control

43. Rainforest

44. Voting Stocks

45. Version Identifier

46. country limit

47. Central Projection

48. In-quota Tariff

49. Relational Storage Model

50. reserve replacement ratio (RRR)

51. Financial Enterprises

52. Enhanced Structural Adjustment Facility (ESAF)

53. Teaching / Research Assistants

54. Expenditures On Goods And Services Produced On Own Account

55. COICOP (classification Of Individual Consumption By Purpose)

56. Multi-phase Sampling

57. learning by doing

58. Quality Adjustment

59. classification of assets

60. Productivity Change

61. Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency

62. Basing Point Pricing

63. Qualitative Errors

64. external diseconomy

65. Personal Consumption Expenditures

66. Import Duties

67. PISA Population

68. Tourists

69. Market Access

70. ISDN

71. Multiple Cropping

72. Food Balance Sheet

73. Immunisation Rate For Measles (for Children)

74. Types Of Revenues (of Transport Enterprises)

75. ordinary least squares

76. Drop-lock Bond

77. Retail Price Index

78. Shift-working

79. Autoregressive Transformation

80. GFS

81. Original Maturity Of An Instrument

82. Pure Economic Rent

83. Debtor / Creditor Principle

84. Navigable Inland Waterways Network

85. Scatter Diagram

86. Pricing

87. economic profit

88. Random Access Memory (RAM)

89. central planning

90. Metadata Attribute

91. Secondary Disclosure Risk

92. Blended Payments

93. Heckscher-Ohlin Model

94. Services, Social

95. Natural Gas CPC

96. export/import prices

97. Tertiary-type A Education (ISCED 5A)

98. Earth Summit

99. Obesity

100. Logarithmic Paasche Price Index

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Hacker

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Nowadays the word hacker commmonly refers to a person who breaks into or 'hacks' into the secure computer systems of an organization, especially websites and online systems, using online connection, often just as a technical challenge, or potentially with intent to steal, destroy, vandalise information, websites, etc. Originally however the terms hack and hacker referred to a person who enjoyed exploring and experimenting - perfectly legitimately and legally - with computer code and related computing systems, out of curiosity or for purposes of technical challenge and improvement, discovery, etc. This is an example of how language and meanings evolve over time, particularly when a term becomes distorted for dramatic effect by mass media. Be aware in this case therefore, that some people - especially original 'old-school' hackers and computer code enthusiasts could be offended and unjustly maligned by the criminal implication of the common illicit hacking interpretation. Incidentally among coding enthusiasts the original technical term for a criminal 'hacker' was a 'cracker'. (Thanks to Vit Kavan, an 'old-school' hacker, for help in for clarifying this entry.)

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