economy

Statistical Classification for Institutional Sectors

"The main purpose of classifying statistics by institutional sectors is to provide information that supports economic analysis and macroeconomic management. This is done by grouping economic units that have similar roles and which respond to economic events and interventions in a similar manner.

Broad Economic Categories – New Zealand Standard Classification

"The standard classification of broad economic categories is a hierarchical classification of five levels. Level 1 of the classification has seven categories, level 2 has 15 categories, level 3 has 44 categories, level 4 has 90 categories and level 5 of the classification has 74 categories."

"The standard classification of broad economic categories is a hierarchical classification of five levels. Level 1 of the classification has seven categories, level 2 has 15 categories, level 3 has 44 categories, level 4 has 90 categories and level 5 of the classification has 74 categories."

Deutsche Bundesbank Klassifikation Bibliothek Zentrale

"Der Bestand der Bibliothek der Zentrale ist bis einschließlich Erwerbungsjahr 2011 in dieser Form erschlossen. Eine Klassifikation der Bibliothek besteht aus drei Teilen: alphanummerische Notation, z.B. A 01.05; verbale Beschreibung zur Notation, z.B. Wachstumstheorie; weitere Erläuterungen (in kursiver Schrift)."

"The inventory of the library's library is developed in this form up to and including the acquisition year 2011. A classification of the library consists of three parts: alphanumeric notation, for example A 01.05, verbal description of the notation, for example growth theory, further explanations (in italics)".

Concept Space

"Concept Space is a visual interface to a formal framework for describing business literature. It is based on a hierarchical map of the business studies subject area. The graphical interface helps you to pinpoint your topic precisely, which leads to more focused, relevant search results. Concept Space is a point and click interface to a subset of the resources available to staff and students at London Business School."

Business Thesaurus

"The Business Thesaurus is a controlled vocabulary of terms that assists in the effective searching of this business content. There are over 12,000 valid terms in the Business Thesaurus. Additionally, there are over 15,000 synonyms and non-preferred terms that lead to these preferred terms. General keyword searches interact with the Business Thesaurus as a result of the back-end processing that associates business thesaurus terms to each record. For the more advanced user, the Business Thesaurus is a feature that can be browsed alphabetically or searched by relevancy ranking.

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