Economies

Some articles on economies:

Baltic Countries - Economies
... Today the three countries are liberal democracies and their market economies in recent years have undergone rapid expansion in early 2000s (decade) ... However, the economies were hard-hit by the financial crisis of 2007–2010 ... Estonia is among the ten most liberal economies in the world and in 2006 switched from being classified as an upper-middle income economy to a high-income economy ...
Late-2000s Financial Crisis - Emerging and Developing Economies Drive Global Economic Growth
... has caused the "emerging" and "developing" economies to replace "advanced" economies to lead global economic growth ... Previously "advanced" economies accounted for only 29% of incremental global nominal GDP while emerging and developing economies accounted for 71% of ... In this graph, the names of emergent economies are shown in boldface type, while the names of developed economies are in Roman (regular) type ...
Planisme
... Planned economies are usually categorized as a particular variant of socialism, and have historically been supported by and implemented by Marxist-Leninist socialist states ... as the essential coordinating feature of these economies ... In such economies, central economic planning directs all major sectors of the economy and formulates decisions about the use of economic inputs and the means of production ...
Contagion Effect
... sectors and other countries whose economies were previously healthy, in a manner similar to the transmission of a medical disease ... International financial contagion, which happens in both advanced economies and developing economies, is the transmission of financial crisis across financial markets for direct or indirect economies ...
PIGS (economics)
... Originating in the 1990s, the term usually refers to the economies of Portugal, Italy, Greece and Spain, four economies of southern Europe ... Use of the term compares to the non-pejorative BRIC or BRICS, the G7 developed economies, and other predominately economic-groupings of countries ...