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VŠE 2AJ20X (angličtina)

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Word-building

Glossary: test_15-18

income in constant prices, nominal income adjusted for inflation
a financial statement summarising what a firm owns and what it owes at a given point in time
exchange rate fixed at a predetermined level
factor market in which individuals supply labour services for wages to firms that demand labour services
(see Accounting cost) - the cost, expressed in units of money, of making or obtaining goods or services
revenue minus cost of sales
(see Net income) - the excess income of a firm after everything has been paid for
an unfavourable, negative balance of trade, that is the excess of imports of goods and services over the exports of goods and services
an agreement to borrow money, esp. so as to buy a house, and pay interest on it to the lender over a period of years
the rate at which the tax is paid on each additional unit of taxable income
the cost, expressed in units of money, of making or obtaining goods or services
(see Economic profit) - the difference between total revenue and economic cost for a firm
the extra cost of increasing the output by one more unit
income from trading activities
cash or other assets that will be turned into cash or used up in one year through the operation of the business
benefit of one nation over others that allows it to manufacture more output because it has a particular resource or commodity in greater quantity than the other countries
an organisation of workers in a particular industry, which represents them an aims to improve their pay and working conditions
expenses that vary with changes in the level of a firm´s output
a financial statement summarising a firm´s trading performance over the past year
amounts owed in dollars (or other currencies) or services due within one year
a tax system in which tax rates rise as incomes rise
the exports of goods of a nation less imports of goods
(see Net worth) - the difference between total assets and total liabilities (the amount of money accruing to owners of a firm in the event of liquidation)
the excess income of a firm after everything has been paid for
the usual return for enterprise in alternative businesses needed to persuade an entrepreneur to continue production
the cost per unit of output
products a firm has for sale
a flexible exchange rate fluctuating according to market forces without any government interventions
(see Income statement) - a financial statement summarising a firm´s trading performance over the past year
a favourable, positive balance of trade, that is the excess of exports of goods and services over the imports of goods and services
the time period that is not long enough to permit changes in some of the important economic conditions facing a decision maker
the difference between a firm´s total revenue and its explicit (accounting) costs
the part of the balance of payments statement that lists currently produced goods and services and represents all short-term flows of payment
the sums owed to a firm by its customers
all the legal claims that non-owners hold against a particular firm
a system of recording business transactions by debits and credits that are of equal dollar (or other currency) amounts
a summary of all the transactions which took place between the individuals, firms, and government unit of one nation and those in all other nations during a year
all opportunity costs of producing a good with scarce resources, whether money payments are made for these resources or not
expenses which do not vary with the volume of goods produced
the difference between total assets and total liabilities (the amount of money accruing to owners of a firm in the event of liquidation)
the amount of money income received in a given time period, measured in current prices
the legal minimum that may be paid for one hour of labour
unpaid bills of a company to its customers
a financial statement summarising net cash flow from operating, investing, and financing activities
the difference between total revenue and economic cost for a firm (also called pure profit)
assets not having physical existence (goodwill, licence, trademark, etc.)
the part of the balance of payments statement that lists all long-term flows of payments from the purchase of sale of real or financial assets
the percentage paid in tax
the sum of all fixed and variable costs
(see Gross profit) - revenue minus cost of sales
the total amount received by a firm
the change in total revenue associated with one additional unit of input
the amount of money a worker gets for each unit (ussually an hour) of work
costs applicable to general, administrative, and selling activities of a business
the ability to produce a good at a lower opportunity cost than another country can
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