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Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System Classification

"WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System) uses classifications to group chemicals with similar properties or hazards. The Controlled Products Regulations specifies the criteria used to place materials within each classification. There are six (6) classes although several classes have divisions or subdivisions. Each class has a specific symbol to help people identify the hazard quickly."

Journal of Economic Literature Classification System

"The JEL Classification Codes Guide is now available online. Additionally, you may download an xml file of JEL Codes. JEL Codes are 3-digit, but EconLit searches require the use the four digit codes consisting of the 3-digit JEL code plus a 0. The EconLit subject descriptors are the same as the Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) classification codes."

Klassifikation der Wirtschaftszweige

"Die europäische Klassifikation der Wirtschaftszweige (NACE) dient der einheitlichen statistischen Erfassung der wirtschaftlichen Tätigkeiten von Unternehmen, Betrieben und anderen statistischen Einheiten in der Europäischen Union. Auf ihrer Grundlage ist eine Klassifikation der Wirtschaftszweige (WZ) entstanden, die nationalen Bedürfnissen Rechnung trägt. In zeitlichen Abständen müssen die Klassifikationen den sich ändernden Gegebenheiten bzw. Anforderungen angepasst werden. So wird die bisher gültige WZ 2003 durch die neue WZ 2008 abgelöst.

"The European Classification of Economic Activity (NACE) is designed to provide a uniform statistical recording of the economic activities of enterprises, establishments and other statistical units in the European Union, which is based on a classification of the economic sectors (WZ) The new system was created with the intensive participation of data users and data producers in the economy, research, administration and society in order to meet the changing requirements and requirements.

North American Industry Classification System

"The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) is the standard used by Federal statistical agencies in classifying business establishments for the purpose of collecting, analyzing, and publishing statistical data related to the U.S. business economy. NAICS was developed under the auspices of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), and adopted in 1997 to replace the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system. It was developed jointly by the U.S.

International Classification of Goods and Services for the Purposes of the Registration of Marks

"The Nice Classification (NCL) is an international classification of goods and services applied for the registration of trademarks and service marks. It was established by an international, multilateral agreement concluded at a Diplomatic Conference held in Nice in 1957: the Nice Agreement Concerning the International Classification of Goods and Services for the Purposes of the Registration of Marks. The Electronic Forum has been available since May 2010.

Tesauro ISOC de Economía

"Como resultado de estos procesos se seleccionaron cerca de 6500 términos (6478), de los cuales, tal como se ha indicado, fueron aceptados como descriptores 5383, y 1095 como no descriptores. El rasgo determinante de este lenguaje documental, cuyo objetivo no es otro que el de facilitar un análisis (indización) homogéneo de los documentos que se incorporen a las Bases de Datos y el de permitir al usuario la recuperación de los mismos de forma precisa y exhaustiva, es su base empírica y su utilidad contrastada durante décadas en distintos sistemas de información económica especializada."

"As a result of these processes, about 6500 terms (6478) were selected, of which, as indicated, 5383 descriptors and 1095 descriptors were accepted as descriptors. Other than that of facilitating a homogeneous analysis (indexing) of the documents that are incorporated into the Databases and allowing the user to retrieve them in a precise and exhaustive way, is its empirical basis and its utility contrasted during decades in Different specialized economic information systems. "

Standard Thesaurus Wirtschaft

"Der Standard-Thesaurus Wirtschaft (STW) bildet das weltweit umfassendste bilinguale Fachvokabular zur Repräsentation und Recherche wirtschaftswissenschaftlicher Inhalte. Seine über 6.000 Schlagwörter in englischer und deutscher Sprache und mehr als 20.000 Synonymverweise decken alle ökonomischen Themenfelder und wichtigen benachbarten Sachgebiete ab. Der STW wird von der ZBW veröffentlicht und entsprechend den Veränderungen in der wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Fachterminologie permanent weiterentwickelt.

"The STW Thesaurus for Economics is the world's most comprehensive bilingual thesaurus for representing and searching for economics-related content. With more than 6,000 subject headings in English and German and more than 20,000 synonyms it covers all economics-related subject areas and, on a broader level, the most important related subject fields. The STW is published and continuously further developed by the ZBW according to the latest changes in the economic terminology.

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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