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accumulation: the acquiring of things, goods, services, money
anarchism: political philosophy based on the rejection of hierarchy in favor of self-organization
bourgeoisie: the middle class; in Marxist analysis, the capitalist class that owns capital and the means of production
bureaucracy: system or part of government conducted by unelected public officials as a profession
business cycle: the cycle of expansion and contraction in business; boom and bust
capitalism: economic system in which economic decisions are made by private entities in competition with one another
communism: radical economic and social system based on equality of citizens and management of economic matters by public bodies
creative destruction: theory that business failures and recessions form a necessary role in capitalism by clearing away failed or uncompetitive business and creating new opportunity
democracy: political system based on people choosing for themselves how they will be governed
entrepreneur: an economic actor who takes on risks to create new businesses or introduce new products and methods
equilibrium: state of balance between two or more forces
inflation: trend of increasing prices or decreasing value of money
Keynesianism: economic theories proposed by John Maynard Keynes (1883–1946) centered around the role of aggregate demand in producing and solving recessions
marginal utility: theory of the price of goods based on the extra satisfaction different goods bring to the consumer
monopoly: one entity's sole control of the market in a given good or service
New Deal: economic and social programs enacted by the United States during the Great Depression including greater state involvement in the economy and society
perfect competition: theoretical economic state in which numerous buyers and sellers compete without monopoly
socialism: economic system based on public management of economic matters