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What is a difference in meanings between "economics" and "economy"?
The economics of the project are very encouraging.
The economics of nuclear power has been doleful in the UK.
'economics' can either be used with a singular or plural noun!
(the way in which money influences, or is organized within an area.)
China is one of the fastest-growing economies.
(economic system of a country)
The economy is in recession.
(the relationships between production, trade and the suplly of money in a country or region)
'economics' is also a science you can study at the university. 'economy' has other meanings too (the efficient use of time, money etc. to avoid waste)
Last edited by Snowcake; 01-May-2008 at 14:28.