economist

[ UK /ɪkˈɒnəmˌɪst/ ]
[ US /iˈkɑnəmɪst, ɪˈkɑnəmɪst/ ]
NOUN
  1. an expert in the science of economics
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How To Use economist In A Sentence

  • The selling may not see strong bids from regular customers because the sector's yield level is unattractively low, said Naoki Tsuchiyama , a market economist at Mizuho Securities. Japanese Yields Rise
  • The U.S. economy is operating with a massive amount of slack" or unutilized resources such as workers and manufacturing capacity says Sal Guatieri, an economist at Toronto-based BMO Capital Markets. Canada Bank Shift Signals Strong Recovery
  • The reason economists are sympathetic to signalling is that they are very smart (yes, really) and are among the people who probably don't benefit greatly from college, they learned how to think at high school and are mostly self-educated anyway. Free Education Valued at Cost, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • This all changed when someone (probably an economist) spotted the nice turn that could be made by feeding slops or swill to pigs, and considered farming pigs intensively.
  • Working at the Australian central bank as a trainee economist. Times, Sunday Times
  • The report is the joint work of an economist and a sociologist.
  • Given economists' almost theological commitment to the notion that markets clear, the presence of unemployment in the world requires a theodicy[7] to explain it.
  • Many traders and economists still believe the dollar is likely to head higher in the medium term.
  • Neoclassical economists say impatiently that it makes sense to borrow against the additional earnings that a university degree may generate.
  • But the economists differ on the details.
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