Translation of economics in Spanish:

economics

economía, n.

Pronunciation: /ɛkəˈnɒmɪks//ˌikəˈnɑmɪks//ˌɛkəˈnɑmɪks//iːkəˈnɒmɪks/

noun

  • 1

    economía feminine
    political economics economía política
  • 2

    (financial aspect)
    aspecto económico masculine
    • In most overseas countries the ideology of fundamentalist, neo-classical economics is seen as flawed.
    • I want to see a Europe that encourages liberal economics and gives people a choice.
    • This is a government whose domestic agenda is driven by free market economics and the desires of big business.
    • During the turbulent decades around 1900, Marxian economics was taught in British universities.
    • Often this point is overlooked in textbook discussions of industrial economics and the theory of the firm.
    • The 1980s saw a revival of neoclassical free market economics.
    • In most overseas countries the ideology of fundamentalist neoclassical economics has been thrown out.
    • One of the basic principles of economics is that people make decisions on the margin.
    • Beautifully written and argued, it brings the power of economics to life.
    • This covers a number of issues but relates to the perception that economics is a subject that men do.
    • Agricultural economics is taught in a variety of institutional settings.
    • The progress of sound economics against this doctrine has not been without setbacks.
    • She studied music at Oxford but after a year switched to politics, philosophy and economics.
    • Mainstream economics to date has not exhibited an enthusiasm for entering into methodological debate.
    • It was not an integral part of the new science of economics as taught by the Classical economists.
    • Perhaps you regret that you didn't take a course on economics from Murray Rothbard.
    • We invited all students who wanted to learn the economics of the Austrian School to apply.
    • They are most likely to acquire this stock of knowledge by studying economics at school.
    • I did not learn libertarianism or free market economics at the university.
    • If you study Austrian economics, you will learn that a central tenet of the school is methodological individualism.