EMAEuropean Monetary Agreement
Demand functionDemand function
The mathematical function explaining the quantity demanded in terms of its various determinants, including income and price; thus the algebraic representation of the demand curve.
1. The act of offering to buy a product. 2. The quantity offered to buy. 3. The quantities offered to buy at various prices; the demand curve.
Nonsystematic riskNonsystematic risk
Nonmarket or firm-specific risk factors that can be eliminated by diversification. Also called unique risk or diversifiable risk. Systematic risk refers to risk factors common to the entire economy.
Demand elasticityDemand elasticity
Normally the price elasticity of demand. References to other elasticities of demand, such as the income elasticity are normally explicit. See import demand elasticity.
The technology by which softcover books, catalogs, or brochures are printed and shipped one-by-one to fill orders as they are received.
Further SuggestionsHomemade dividend
Systematic risk principle
Reciprocal demand curve
UCE (Unsolicited Commercial Email)
Variable rate demand note
Systematic withdrawal plan
Variable rated demand bond (VRDB)