Economic Exposure

Business / Finance / Economic Exposure: The real flow of cash that a firm could pay out forever in the absence of any change in the firm's productive capacity.

Other Words for Economic

Economic Adjective Synonyms: profitable, cost-effective, money-making, remunerative, productive, solvent
Economic Noun Synonyms: financial, fiscal, pecuniary, monetary, budgetary, commercial, mercantile, trade
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Other Words for Exposure

Exposure Noun Synonyms: baring, uncovering, laying open, unveiling, disclosure, disclosing, unmasking, revealing, revelation, expos‚, airing, publication, publishing, communicating, communication, leaking, leak, divulging
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Gross Exposures

Business / Internet Marketing / Gross Exposures: Each time a Web server sends a file to a browser, it is recorded in the server log file as a 'hit.' Hits are generated for every element of a requested page (including graphics, text and interactive i MORE

Exposure-Dose Reconstruction

Health / Disease / Exposure-Dose Reconstruction: A method of estimating the amount of people's past exposure to hazardous substances. Computer and approximation methods are used when past information is limited, not available, or missing. MORE

Exposure Value (EV)

Entertainment / Photography / Exposure Value (EV): Scale of values used to indicate the sensitivity range of a ttl or off-camera meter system within which accurate exposure measurement is guaranteed. MORE

Index Of Leading Economic Indicators

Business / Taxes / Index Of Leading Economic Indicators: This monthly composite of ten economic measurements was developed to track and help forecast changing patterns in the economy. It is compiled by The Conference Board, a business research group. The co MORE

Intermediate Duration Exposure

Health / Disease / Intermediate Duration Exposure: Contact with a substance that occurs for more than 14 days and less than a year [compare with acute exposure and chronic exposure]. MORE

Keynesian Economics

Business / Finance / Keynesian Economics: An economic theory of British economist, John Maynard Keynes that active government intervention is necessary to ensure economic growth and stability. MORE

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