Definition of Economic process
1. Noun. Any process affecting the production and development and management of material wealth.
Specialized synonyms: Deflation, Demand, Disinflation, Economic Growth, Globalisation, Globalization, Inflation, Rising Prices, Market Forces, Spiral, Supply
Lexicographical Neighbors of Economic Process
Literary usage of Economic process
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Future in America: A Search After Realities by Herbert George Wells (1907)
"CHAPTER V. THE economic process. I. A Bird's-Eye View. LET me try now and make some sort of general picture of the American nation as it impresses itself ..."
2. Marketing, Its Problems and Methods by Carson Samuel Duncan (1920)
"From a broad point of view, there are but two parts of the economic process; one is production, the other, consumption. If the creation of value is the ..."
3. Treatise on Sociology, Theoretical and Practical by Henry Hughes (1854)
"The execution of laws, is, like any other artificial production, an economic process. It is subject to the laws of economy. In a perfect civil organization ..."
4. Some Aspects of Banking Theory by William Howard Steiner (1920)
"This involves a statement at the outset of the features which are of significance in the economic process, understanding by the term "economic process" all ..."
5. Ethics by John Dewey, James Hayden Tufts (1908)
"(1) The economic process supplies men with goods for their bodily wants and with many of the necessary means for satisfying intellectual, aesthetic, ..."