Translation for 'world economy' from English to Russian
мировое хозяйство {с}
world economy
Partial Matches
экономика {ж} [народное хозяйство]economy
плановое хозяйство {с}planned economy
плановая экономика {ж}
planned economy
мировое хозяйство {с}
global economy
мир {м}world
мировое правительство {с}
world government
мировосприятие {с}
world perception
мировая история {ж}
world history
мировая держава {ж}
world power
мировая торговля {ж}
world trade
миропорядок {м}world order
мировой {adj} [всемирный]world [attr.]
потусторонний мир {м}next world
мировоззрение {с}world-view
мундиаль {м}
World Cup
Вторая мировая война {ж}
Second World War
Первая мировая война {ж}
First World War
мировая война {ж}world war <WW>
Всемирное наследие {с} ЮНЕСКО
UNESCO World Heritage
кругосветное путешествие {с}
round-the-world trip / journey
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Usage Examples English
  • Both within Indonesia and in the world economy, Papua's comparative advantage will continue to lie in agriculture and natural resource-based industries for a long time to come.
  • In the later part of the first decade of 2000, the world economy experienced high growth, from which Germany as a leading exporter also profited.
  • In 2016, the Institute for Economics and Peace, released the Economic Value of Peace report, which estimates the economic impact of violence and conflict on the global economy, the total economic impact of violence on the world economy in 2015 was estimated to be $13.6 trillion in purchasing power parity terms.
  • With advances in computing power and the development of input–output tables, it became possible to model national economies, or even the world economy, and attempts were made to solve for general equilibrium prices and quantities empirically.
  • The CIP Index combines a nation's gross manufacturing output with other factors like high-tech capability and the nation's impact on the world economy.

  • The success of this science led to a complementary chemical industry that now plays a significant role in the world economy.
  • The sixth UN conference on trade and development in Belgrade, 6–30 June 1983 was held against the background of earlier UNCTADs which have substantially failed to resolve many of the disagreements between the developed and developing countries and of a world economy in its worst recession since the early 1930s.
  • The Worldwatch Institute aimed to inform policymakers and the public about the links between the world economy and its environmental support systems.
  • A system of international trade has helped to develop the world economy but, in combination with bilateral or multilateral agreements to lower tariffs or to achieve free trade, has sometimes harmed third-world markets for local products.
  • In "Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism" and "Imperialism and World Economy", both Vladimir Lenin and Nikolai Bukharin, respectively, had similarly identified the growth of state capitalism as one of the main features of capitalism in its imperialist epoch.

  • The late 20th century to early 21st century has been described as the Silicon Age (also known as the Digital Age or Information Age) because of the large impact that elemental silicon has on the modern world economy.
  • In 1948, Capp reached a creative peak with the introduction of the Shmoos, lovable and innocent fantasy creatures who reproduced at amazing speed and brought so many benefits that, ironically, the world economy was endangered.
  • For the colonised working classes who create the wealth (goods and services), the elimination of war for natural resources (access, control, and exploitation) is resolved by overthrowing the militaristic capitalist state and establishing a socialist state because a peaceful world economy is feasible only by proletarian revolutions that overthrow systems of political economy based upon the exploitation of labour.
  • In "Second Life" and "Entropia Universe", the virtual economy and the real-world economy are directly linked.
  • In economics, Kondratiev waves (also called supercycles, great surges, long waves, K-waves or the long economic cycle) are hypothesized cycle-like phenomena in the modern world economy.

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    Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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