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About economics, management and marketing[edit]

Economics - branch of social science that deals with the production and distribution and consumption of goods and services and their management

Finance - is the branch of economics that studies the management of money and other assets

Management - is the organizational process that includes strategic planning, setting; objectives, managing resources, deploying the human and financial assets needed to achieve objectives, and measuring results. Management also includes recording and storing facts and information for later use or for others within the organization. Management functions are not limited to managers and supervisors. Every member of the organization has some management and reporting functions as part of their job.

Marketing - means to make a communication about a product or service a purpose of which is to encourage recipients of the communication to purchase or use the product or service.

Economics[edit]

Economists: Paul Samuelson - Adam Smith - David Ricardo - John Stuart Mill - Alfred Marshall - John Maynard Keynes


GDP - IRS - Lorenz curve - Okun's law - Wall Street - advertising - agriculture - antitrust - asset - auction - balance sheet - bankruptcy - barter - black market - bond - business cycle - buy - capital - capitalism - cartel - cash flow - cash - central bank - ceteris paribus - commerce - commodity markets - commodity - competition - constraint - consumer behavior - consumer - consumption - cost curve - cost - credit - currency - debt - deflation - demand - deposit - depression - distribution - dividend - economic equilibrium - economic growth - economic indicators - economics - economies of scale - economies of scope - economist - elasticity (economics) - entrepreneur - export - externality - factors of production - fair trade - financial capital - fiscal policy - free trade - game theory - global economy - globalization - goods - human capital - hyperinflation - imperfect competition - import - income effect - income elasticity of demand - income tax - income - industry - inflation (economics) - inflation - international trade - invest - investment - isoquant - labor (economics) - labor market - land (economics) - low-carbon economy - macroeconomics - manufacture - marginal cost - marginal revenue - marginal utility - market economy - market equilibrium - market form - market - mercantilism - microeconomics - minimum wage - money - monopoly - monopsony - national income - natural capital - natural monopoly - need - oligopoly - oligopsony - opportunity cost - pareto efficiency - perfect competition - planned economy - poverty - price discrimination - price elasticity of demand - price index - price level - price - product - production - productivity - profit - purchasing power - recession - resource - saving (economics) - scarcity - sell - seller - service - share - social welfare - socialism - stagflation - stock exchange - stock market - stock - substitution effect - sunk cost - supply - surplus - tariff - tax - trade - unemployment - utility - value added - value - wealth

Marketing[edit]

Accessibility - Accumulation - advertisement - Advertising - Advertising campaign - advertizing - Agents - AIDA - Allocation - Allowance - Artwork - Assortment - Atmospherics - Attitude - Augmented product - Average fixed cost - Average total cost - Average variable cost - Base point pricing - Benchmarking - Brand - Brand equity - Brand loyalty - Brand manager - Brand name - Brand recognition - Break even point - Brokers - Business analysis - Business cycle - Buying centre - Buying power - Capabilities - Capability - Cash discount - Category killers - Category management - Channel capacity - Closing - Codes of ethics - Cognitive dissonance - Commercialisation - Communication - Competition - Competition Commission - Complexity - Computer assisted telephone interviewing - Concept testing - consumer - Consumer products - Consumers' Association - Containerisation - Convenience stores - Copy - Core product - Corporate strategy - Costs - Coupons - Crisis management - Culture - Customary pricing - Customer satisfaction - Customer service - Delphi method - Demand curve - Demonstrations - Department stores - Dependent variable - Depression - Depth interview - Derived demand - Differential advantage - Direct mail - Direct marketing - Discretionary income - Disposable income - distribution - distributor - Distributors - Dogs - Dumping - E-commerce - Early adopters - EDLP - Empowerment - Environmental factors - Environmental scanning - EPOS - Ethical formalism - Exchange - Exclusive dealing - Experimentation - Exporting - Feature article - Feedback - Fixed costs - Focus group - Franchising - Free samples - Frequency - Generic brand - Global marketing - Good - Green marketing - Green movement - Guarantee - Heterogeneity - Hypermarkets - Hypothesis - Idea - Ideas - Illustrations - Image - Impulse buying - Income - Independent variable - Individual branding - Industrial marketing - Intermodal transport - Internal marketing - Internet - Intranet - Intuition - Inventory management - Joint demand - Joint venture - Junk mail - Knowledge - Labelling - Layout - Learning - Licensing - Location - Loyalty card - Maastricht Treaty - Mailing lists - Market - Market development - Market leader - Market penetration - market research - Market segmentation - Marketing - Marketing ethics - Marketing experimentation - Marketing intelligence - Marketing management - Marketing mix - Marketing plan - Marketing research - Marketing strategy - Markets - Materials handling - Merchants - Monopolistic competition - Monopoly - Motive - Multinational companies - Negotiation - New product development - Noise - Non-price competition - Non-tariff barriers - Office of Fair Trading - Oligopoly - Opinion leader - Opportunity - Opportunity cost - Packaging - Penetration pricing - Perception - Perceptual mapping - Perfect competition - Personal selling - Personality - Persuasion - place - Population - Positioning - Press conference - price - Price competition - Price discrimination - Price elasticity of demand - Price skimming - Pricing objectives - Primary data - product - Product development - Product life cycle - Product line - Product manager - Profiling - Projective techniques - promotion - Promotional mix - Prospecting - Prosperity - Psychological pricing - Public relations - Publicity - Qualitative research - Quality - Quantitative research - Quantity discounts - Questionnaire - Quota sampling - Quotas - Random sampling - Ratchet effect - Raw materials - Reach - Receiver - Recession - Reciprocity - Recovery - Recruiting - Reference group - Refusal to deal - Relationship management - Relationship marketing - Relationships - Reliability - Retail parks - Retailer - Retailers - Retailing - Role - Run out - Safety stock - Sales promotion - Salience - Sample - Sampling - Secondary data - Security - Selective distortion - Self-concept - Service - Service provider - Significant others - Social class - Social responsibility - Source - Sponsorship - Stars - Storyboard - Stratified sampling - Sub-cultures - Surveys - SWOT analysis - Target market - Targeting - Tariffs - Technology - Technology assessment - Telemarketing - Test marketing - Time series analysis - Total cost - Traceability - Trade name - Trade shows - Trademark - Trading company - Trading stamps - Transfer pricing - Transit time - Transport modes - Transportation - Trend analysis - Utilitarianism - Validity - Variability - Variable costs - Variety stores - Warehouse clubs - Warehousing - Wealth - Web site - Wholesaler - Wholesalers - Wholesaling

Management[edit]

Managers: Henry Ford - Elton Mayo - Frederick Winslow Taylor - Lee Iacocca - Michael Porter - Mary Parker Follett - Henri Fayol - John Stuart Mill - Henry R. Towne - Henry L. Gantt - Max Weber - Peter Drucker


5 S - acquisition - activity based costing - aspiration - assets - audit - authority - balanced scorecard - BCG - benchmarking - board of directors - break even - budget - business intelligence - business to business - business to consumer - capital - centralization - CEO - chaos - charisma - checklist - coaching - communication - competition - competitive advantage - conception - constraint management - constraint - control - controlling - cooperation - coordination - corruption - CPM - critical factor - CRM - culture - data - database - decentralization - decision - e-business - economy of scale - economy of scope - electronic document management - employee stock ownership plan - empowerment - enterprise resource planning - enterprise - entrepreneur - etalon - ethics - evaluation - facility management - factoring - feasibility study - financial analysis - flexibility - franchising - fusion - game theory - GE - globalization - high-tech - human capital - human relations - human resource management - human resources - information system - information - interim management - internet - intrapreneurship - invention - ISO 14000 - ISO 9000 - just-in-time - kaizen - kanban - key success factors - know-how - knowledge capital - knowledge economy - knowledge management - leader - leadership - leasing - licence - life cycle - limits to growth - logistics - management by objectives - manager - marketing strategy - Maslow's hierarchy of needs - mass marketing - MBA - mission - motivation - multinational corporation - objective - offshore - opportunity costs - organization - organizational behavior - outsourcing - patent - performance measurement - coach - PERT - PEST - plan - planning - preventive measure - problem - process - procurement - productivity - project - prosperity - quality asssurance - quality management - quality - quantitative methods - reengineering - reserve - responsibility - risk analysis - risk management - risk - self-management - SPACE - stakeholder - standard - standardization - start-up - stimulation - strategic alliance - strategic management - SWOT analysis - target costing - Taylor - taylorism - team - teamwork - theory of Constraints - time management - time - TPM - TQM - transaction costs - transformation - trial-and-error - value - volatility - win-win


Management types: operations management - marketing management - strategic management - financial management - information technology management - accounting management - agile management - association management - capability Management - change management - communication management - constraint management - cost management - crisis management - critical management studies - customer relationship management - design management - disaster management - earned value management - educational management - enterprise management - environmental management - facility management - financial management - human resources management - information technology management - innovation management - interim management - inventory management - knowledge management - land management - leadership management - lifecycle management - logistics management - marketing management - materials management - operations management - organization development - perception management - performance management - process management - product management - program management - project management - public administration - public management - quality management - records management - research management - resource management - risk management - skills management - social entrepreneurship - spend management - strategic management - stress management - supply chain management - systems management - talent management - time management - visual management

Finance[edit]

bank - bank account - letter of credit - loan - mortgage - interest

Accounting[edit]

account - accountant - debt - receivable - tax - cash flow - fiscal year - ammortization - supplier - customer - stock - ware