Abbreviations (2/11) - Grouped by first letter "e"

50 Abbreviations Grouped by first letter "e" - Economic production, Economic rent, Economic sector, ...

Economic production is an activity carried out under the control and responsibility of an institutional unit that uses inputs of labour, capital, and goods ...
Surplus value accruing to the extractor or user of an asset calculated after all costs and normal returns have been taken into account.
High-level grouping of economic activities based on the types of goods and services produced.
Economic activity of the local unit where the individual carries out his/her main professional activity. The activity sector in which people are employed is ...
The economic size (or the entire standard gross margin) is determined on the basis of the overall standard gross margin of the holding. It is given in ...
The economic size of holding is the total standard gross margin of the holding in question for a given reference period (e.g. average of the years 1979 to ...
Area under effective control of a single government.
The economic territory of a country consists of the geographic territory administered by a government within which persons, goods, and capital circulate ...
The economic territory of an international organisation consists of the territorial enclave, or enclaves, over which it has jurisdiction; these consist of ...
An economic unit—referred to as an institutional unit in national accounting—is an economic entity that is capable, in its own right, of owning assets, ...
Use of land that generates economic benefits (e.g. habitation, agriculture etc.).
Economic violence is said to occur when an individual denies his intimate partner access to financial resources, typically as a form of abuse or control or ...
A grouping of countries with some common economic features.
Examples of such economic zones are: · EU15 (Member States of the European Union)
· Euro-zone ...
(Economically) active - 'Labour force' consists of persons belong to the following categories: - At work
Persons stating they are 'currently' working for ...
Economically active persons are persons engaged in production included within the boundary of production of the SNA.
The economically active population is defined in terms of individuals willing to supply labour to undertake an activity included in the SNA production ...
(Economically) inactive consists of persons belong to the following categories: - Retired: economically inactive persons that declare themselves as being ...
A price that has a significant influence on the amounts producers are willing to supply and on the amounts purchasers wish to buy. This is the basic price ...
Economy and economising refer to prudent financial management, including reducing costs through more efficient purchasing processes and saving money without ...
Consistent compilations of the material inputs into national economies, the changes of material stock within the economy and the material outputs to other ...
Description of the interaction of the domestic economy with the natural environment and the rest of the world economy in terms of flows of materials ...
A dynamic complex of plant, animal and micro-organism communities and their non-living environment interacting as a functional unit ("Convetion on ...
Large, mutually exclusive spatial areas delineated on the basis of accounting.
Spatial areas comprising a combination of biotic and abiotic components and other elements which function together.
The concept of ecosystem capacity is not defined from a measurement perspective in SEEA Experimental Ecosystem Accounting. It is linked, instead, to the ...
Factors related to the ongoing operation of the ecosystem and its location.
The overall quality of an ecosystem asset in terms of its characteristics.
An ecosystem conversion reflects changes in the extent or composition of an ecosystem asset where there is a shift from one ecosystem type to another that ...
The decline in an ecosystem asset over an accounting period due to economic and other human activity.
The increase and/or improvement in an ecosystem asset that is due to economic and other human activity.
The size of an ecosystem asset, commonly in terms of spatial area.
Benefits supplied by the functions of ecosystems and received by humanity ("System of Environmental-Economic Accounting 2012 - Central Framework"). ...
Ecotrim is a program that supplies a set of mathematical and statistical techniques to carry out temporal disaggregation. Ecotrim is written in Visual Basic ...
European Currency Unit - Replaced by the Euro
A manual or automated editing technique in a GIS that matches shared features that were digitized from adjacent map sheets. Edgematching may be necessary, ...
A basket price index in which the quantities in the basket are simple arithmetic averages of the quantities consumed in the two periods.
Definition 1: Logical condition or restriction to the value of a data item or a data group which must be met if the data is to be considered correct. ...
Distance that returns the minimum cost in terms of insertion, deletions and substitutions needed to transform a string of one record into the corresponding ...
The rate (percent of all items recorded) at which edit rules are violated. Edit rules may include tests for validity based on the contents of other data ...
Component of an edit rule that identifies a (homogeneous) subset of the units for which the acceptance region is applicable for the test variable.
See: "Checking rule specification"
A matrix used in editing. In hot-deck imputation, the matrix contains information from edit-passing records that is used to donate information to (impute ...
Editing of collected data is performed to identify possible errors in the data and either to validate a record or variable, or to correct for errors and ...
Bounds on the distribution of a measure used on survey data so that when raw, unedited data are outside the bounds the data is subject to review and ...
An efficient edit is good at identifying suspicious data. Edits that incorrectly flag large amounts of valid data are not very efficient. If such edits ...
For hot-deck imputation, the fields in an edit-failing record that do not fail edits are matched against edit-passing records. Often the edit-passing record ...
The lowest logical level of checking and correction during which the relationships among data items are not considered.
Logical level of checking and correction during which the relationships among data items in one record are considered.
A logical level of checking and correction during which the relationships among data in two or more records are considered, namely in a group of records ...
The process of detecting and handling errors in data. It usually includes three phases: - the definition of a consistent system of requirements, - their ...
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