Accounting, Business Studies and Economics Dictionary

 

Accounting, business studies and economics dictionary

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Welcome to ITS Tutorial School's comprehensive source of definitions for commerce related terms:

  • Accounting dictionary / glossary
  • Business studies dictionary / glossary
  • Economics dictionary / glossary

Over 3000 terms defined and cross referenced via live links. This dictionary is primarily aimed at supporting secondary and tertiary students who are studying business and commerce related subjects.

I have also added a section on: Economics and Business Studies command terms for writing essays and other questions.

The definitions of terms that have been included are most of the major subject specific words that students will come across in secondary level accounting, business studies and economics courses. This dictionary / glossary should also be of great use for introductory tertiary level students studying business related courses.

This resource was developed in response to a perceived need from students for a single source of easy to understand accounting, business studies and economics related terms with precise definitions given.

I have also added a section on: Economics and Business Studies command terms for writing essays and other questions.

ITS would like to encourge others to help us improve this resource.

Please email ITS webmaster@itseducation.asia if you would like to add a term to this dictionary / glossary.

Either send us your definition or request that we define the term for you.

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A great article written by Paul Rucket of ITS : Why study economics?

This dictionary is designed to be especially targeted at students studying the following courses and syllabuses:

United Kingdom (UK) AS & A2 (GCE) Level syllabuses from AQA, Edexcel and OCR exam boards
The IB (International Baccalaureate) 'Business and management' and 'Economics ' Subjects
Hong Kong (HK) A Level Economics, Accounting and Commerce subjects
Hong Kong HKCEE & HKDSE Economics, Accounting and Commerce subjects
UK and International GCSE and IGCSE courses
UK GNVQ Business related courses
Australian syllabuses including HSC, VCE and SACE
Introductory level courses in the United States for Business, accounting and economics degrees
First year university or associate diploma level business, commerce, economics and accounting courses
Home schooling students or people learning accounting software programs and other related courses

This resource was developed by:
Gary Hadler
B.Ec, Dip.Ed, MBA
Principal
ITS Tutorial School
Hong Kong registered school No:566985

 
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