Debt - Something, especially money, which is owed to someone else, or the state of owing something.
Deficit - The total amount by which money spent is more than money received.
Deflation - A sustained and continuous decrease in the general price level.
Demand - A schedule of how much consumers are willing and able to buy at all possible prices during some time period.
Demography - People, and the statistical study of them.
Depreciation - A fall in the value of an Asset or a currency.
Depression - A bad, depressingly prolonged Recession in economic activity.
Devaluation - A sudden fall in the value of a currency against other currencies. Strictly, devaluation refers only to sharp falls in a currency within a fixed Exchange Rate system.
Developing Countries - A euphemism for the world’s poor countries, also known, often optimistically, as emerging economies.
Disount Rate - The rate of interest charged by a Central Bank when lending to other financial institutions.
Distribution - The manner in which total output and income is distributed among individuals or factors (e.g., the distribution of income between labor and capital).
Division of labor - The process whereby workers perform only a single or a very few steps of a major production task (as when working on an assembly line.)
Durable goods - Consumer goods expected to last longer than three years.