Read the follwing definitions of vocabulary associated with Economics. Then try to find the Spanish word:
Incentives - Factors that motivate and influence the behavior of households and businesses. Prices, profits, and losses act as incentives for participants to take action in a market economy.
Imports - Goods or services bought from sellers in another nation. Income - The payments made for the use of borrowed or loaned money.
Income Tax - Annual tax levied by the states, and some local governments, on an individual's or corporation's net profit.
Inflation - A sustained and continuous increase in the general price level.
Insurance - A promise of compensation for specific potential future losses in exchange for a periodic payment.
Interdependence - Dependence on others for goods and services; occurs as a result of specialization.
Interest rate - The price paid for borrowing money for a period of time, usually expressed as a percentage of the principal per year.
Investment - In finance, the purchase of a financial product or other item of value with an expectation of favorable future returns. In general terms, investment means the use money in the hope of making more money.
Invoice - A bill issued by one who has provided products and/or services to a customer.
Job - The regular work which a person does to earn money.
Joint - Pertaining to multiple parties on the same side of an agreement or transaction.
Junk bond - A high-risk bond with a low credit rating, usually BB or lower; as a consequence, it usually has a high yield.
Just in time - A strategy for inventory management in which raw materials and components are delivered from the vendor or supplier immediately before they are needed in the manufacturing process.
Keynesian Economics - Named for economist John Maynard Keynes. An economic theory which advocates government intervention, or demand-side management of the economy, to achieve full employment and stable prices