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short-term

Pert. to a brief period of time, usually as long as a day but less than a month. In business and finance, the same period is a year or less.
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Actually, the transfers that increase short-run happiness are even more limited than is seen directly from Figure 1.
Table 1 presents a typical textbook example of short-run (demand-side) equilibrium GDP determination.
Short-run tooling, in-house product development, mold design, mold repair and tryout.
For example, we define the extreme short-run as that period of time in which the only supply parameter that can be changed is the quantity of labor, i.
Short-Run Supply Response to a Change in Rental Demand
The short-run interest rate equation estimated here does not exhibit any simultaneous equation bias.
Phillips, along with the American Business Press (ABP) and a variety of organizations representing short-run books, had waged what many thought would be a losing battle to convince the PRC that zoned editorial rates would ring the death knell for short-run magazines.
We invested in advanced digital printing technologies to offer short-run flexibility at large-run prices.
Demand was also high for weighted stocks in the production of short-run, point-of-sale materials and packaging.
After the presentations, attendees witnessed a press demonstration in which the Mark Andy Performance Series ran three different jobs, highlighting the press design and emphasizing its short-run capabilities.
Lower birth weight babies have worse outcomes, both short-run in terms of one year mortality rates and longer run in terms of educational attainment and earnings.
Also short-run tooling and production of precision injection molded components for electronics and consumer products.