economics

Tesauro ISOC de Economía

"Como resultado de estos procesos se seleccionaron cerca de 6500 términos (6478), de los cuales, tal como se ha indicado, fueron aceptados como descriptores 5383, y 1095 como no descriptores. El rasgo determinante de este lenguaje documental, cuyo objetivo no es otro que el de facilitar un análisis (indización) homogéneo de los documentos que se incorporen a las Bases de Datos y el de permitir al usuario la recuperación de los mismos de forma precisa y exhaustiva, es su base empírica y su utilidad contrastada durante décadas en distintos sistemas de información económica especializada."

"As a result of these processes, about 6500 terms (6478) were selected, of which, as indicated, 5383 descriptors and 1095 descriptors were accepted as descriptors. Other than that of facilitating a homogeneous analysis (indexing) of the documents that are incorporated into the Databases and allowing the user to retrieve them in a precise and exhaustive way, is its empirical basis and its utility contrasted during decades in Different specialized economic information systems. "

Standard Thesaurus Wirtschaft

"Der Standard-Thesaurus Wirtschaft (STW) bildet das weltweit umfassendste bilinguale Fachvokabular zur Repräsentation und Recherche wirtschaftswissenschaftlicher Inhalte. Seine über 6.000 Schlagwörter in englischer und deutscher Sprache und mehr als 20.000 Synonymverweise decken alle ökonomischen Themenfelder und wichtigen benachbarten Sachgebiete ab. Der STW wird von der ZBW veröffentlicht und entsprechend den Veränderungen in der wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Fachterminologie permanent weiterentwickelt.

"The STW Thesaurus for Economics is the world's most comprehensive bilingual thesaurus for representing and searching for economics-related content. With more than 6,000 subject headings in English and German and more than 20,000 synonyms it covers all economics-related subject areas and, on a broader level, the most important related subject fields. The STW is published and continuously further developed by the ZBW according to the latest changes in the economic terminology.

International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities

"The International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities (ISIC) is the international reference classification of productive activities. Its main purpose is to provide a set of activity categories that can be utilized for the collection and reporting of statistics according to such activities. Since the adoption of the original version of ISIC in 1948, the majority of countries around the world have used ISIC as their national activity classification or have developed national classifications derived from ISIC.

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