Abbreviations (1/11) - Grouped by first letter "e"

50 Abbreviations Grouped by first letter "e": E road, E-commerce transaction, e-Government, ...

The international "E" network consists of a system of reference roads as laid down in the European Agreement on Main International Arteries, Geneva, 15 ...
BROAD DEFINITION An electronic transaction is the sale or purchase of goods or services, whether between businesses, households, individuals, governments, ...

The use of information and communication technology (ICT) in public administrations.
Monetary value as represented by a claim on the issuer which is (i) stored on an electronic device; (ii) issued on receipt of funds of an amount not less in ...
Device allowing the transfer of e-money from an issuer of e-money to a card with an e-money function and vice versa (e-money card-loading/unloading ...
Transaction allowing the transfer of e-money from an issuer of e-money to a card with an e-money function and vice versa.

Transaction whereby the holder of e-money transfers e-money from his balance to the balance of the beneficiary, either with an e-money card or with other ...
Public services provided by utilising information and communication technology.
Enumeration area (EA)
Early childhood education provides learning and educational activities with a holistic approach to support children’s early cognitive, physical, social ...
Early childhood education and care (ECEC) is defined as any arrangement for children aged 0 to 12 outside compulsory school involving elements of physical ...
The ratio of the number of deaths of children aged under one week during the year to the number of live births in that year.
Whatever the instrument, a debtor may have the right to break the initial contract and offset his debt before the maturity date agreed at inception. In some ...
With reference to the use of administrative data for statistical purposes, an administrative unit that submitted a statement (e.g. VAT return, Social ...
A repurchase (repayment) made before the end of the established maximum repurchase period. Under specific circumstances, the International Monetary Fund ...
The expectation of repurchase (repayment) in advance of its originally scheduled due date. According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Articles of ...
A situation when an individual decides to retire earlier later and draw the pension benefits earlier than their normal retirement age.
Periodic payments to older workers who retire before reaching the legal/standard retirement age due to unemployment or to job reduction caused by economic ...
Periodic payments to older workers who retire before reaching the legal/standard retirement age as established in the reference scheme as a result of ...
Earmarked taxes are the proceeds from taxes and levies which, by law, can be used only to finance social protection. This definition is identical in ...
Electronic Business using eXtensible Markup Language (ebXML)
European Community Household Panel
a) An indicator for the output or value added generated per unit of "nature" (materials/energy/pollution) used. b) A social action strategy which seeks to ...
An indicator for the "use of nature" (materials/energy/pollution) per unit of value added or output. The inverse of eco-efficiency.
Th e EU eco-management and audit scheme (EMAS) is a management tool for companies and other organisations to evaluate, report on and improve their ...
The Ecological Footprint (EF) is one part of a renewable resource accounting tool that is used to address the underlying issue of sustainable consumption. ...
The total input of primary materials and energy required for a particular product. Ecological rucksacks (or indirect material flows, or up-steam flows) is ...
The strictest definition of sustainable development policy, seeking to conserve the well-being of the natural environment under all circumstances. It is ...
The Economic Accounts for Agriculture (EAA) are satellite accounts to the National Accounts. For their compilation use is made of EUROSTAT's General ...
The purpose of economic accounts for agriculture (EAA) is to describe agricultural production and the development of agricultural income. This information ...
Combination of actions that result in the production, distribution and consumption of goods or services.
Accident at work and commuting accident : The term economic activity of the employer covers the main "economic" activity of the local unit of the enterprise ...
Main categories [The Community Methodology on Tourism Statistics (Eurostat, 1998)] : 1. Economically active 1.2 Employed 1.3 Unemployed 2. Not economically ...
Economic appearance of non-financial non-produced assets represents the increase in the volume of this kind of assets that is not the result of production. ...
Economic appearance of produced assets occurs in the case of goods that are not already recorded in the Balance Sheets. It is the recognition of a ...
The economic approach to index number theory assumes that the quantities are functions of the prices, the observed data being generated as solutions to ...
Store of value representing the benefits accruing to the economic owner by holding or using the entity over a period of time. It is a means of carrying ...
Gain or positive utility arising from an action.
When transactions are set-up in such a way that the legal appearance contradicts the economic reality (the real economic effect of the transactions), it is ...
Economic disappearance of non-financial non-produced assets includes: a) depletion of natural economic assets, which covers the reduction of deposits of ...
Birth of an enterprise with at least two employees. This population consists of enterprise births that have at least two employees in the birth year and of ...
An Economic Enterprise death occurs either as an enterprise death with at least two employees in the year of death or as an exit by decline, moving below ...
Legal or social entity, or a group of entities, that engage(s) in economic activities and transactions in its/their own right, such as corporations, ...
Economic flows reflect the creation, transformation, exchange, transfer or extinction of economic value; they involve changes in the volume, composition, or ...
Economic inequality comprises the disparities in the distribution of monetary resources (assets and income) within a population. This gives a picture of the ...
Allowances paid to disabled people when they undertake work adapted to their condition, normally in a sheltered workshop, or when they undergo vocational ...
Economic migration covers persons who move internationally in connection with the exercise of an economic activity that is either not remunerated from ...
Economic owner of entities such as a good and service, a natural resource, a financial asset or liability is the institutional unit entitled to claim the ...
Right of a taxable person to claim the benefits associated with the use of a vessel, aircraft or spacecraft in the course of an economic activity by virtue ...
Economic production is an activity carried out under the control and responsibility of an institutional unit that uses inputs of labour, capital, and goods ...

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