policy


policy
n
1) политика
2) политика, линия поведения
3) страховой полис

- accounting policy
- additional policy
- adjustable policy
- adjustment policy
- aggressive working capital policy
- agricultural policy
- all loss or damage policy
- all risks policy
- anti-inflationary policy
- antirecession policy
- austere monetary policy
- balance-of-payments policy
- bank policy
- bearer policy
- blanket policy
- block policy
- borrowing policy
- budgetary policy
- business policy
- cargo policy
- clean policy
- commercial policy
- compensatory policy
- compensatory fiscal policy
- competition policy
- comprehensive policy
- comprehensive insurance policy
- consistent policy
- corporate policy
- credit policy
- currency policy
- customs policy
- declaration policy
- deflationary policy
- demand-side policy
- discount policy
- discretionary fiscal policy
- discriminatory policy
- disinflationary policy
- distributive policy
- dividend policy
- domestic policy
- dumping policy
- easy credit policy
- easy monetary policy
- easy money policy
- economic policy
- embargo policy
- endowment insurance policy
- equity-linked policies
- excess policy
- expansionary fiscal policy
- expectant policy
- expired insurance policy
- export policy
- export cargo insurance policy
- farm policy
- financial policy
- fire insurance policy
- first-loss policy
- fiscal policy
- fixed order policy
- fleet policy
- flexible policy
- floating policy
- foreign policy
- foreign economic policy
- foreign exchange policy
- foreign trade policy
- franchise policy
- free of particular average policy
- freight policy
- general policy
- general insurance policy
- goods policy
- government policy
- green policy
- group policy
- hands-off policy
- hands-on policy
- home policy
- immigration policy
- incomes policy
- increased value policy
- individual policy
- ineffective policy
- inflationary policy
- insurance policy
- interest policy
- interest rate policy
- internal policy
- international policy
- investment policy
- issuing policy
- judicial policy
- lapsed policy
- lending policy
- licence policy
- life policy
- life assurance policy
- life insurance policy
- loan policy
- long-standing policy
- loose monetary policy
- loss-of-profit policy
- management policy
- marine insurance policy
- market policy
- marketing policy
- master policy
- merchandising policy
- mixed policy
- monetary policy
- money supply policy
- named policy
- one-price policy
- open policy
- open market policy
- overall policy
- paid-up policy
- participating policy
- patent policy
- patent law policy
- personal accident policy
- population policy
- price policy
- price control policy
- price support policy
- pricing policy
- public policy
- real policy
- reinsurance policy
- replacement policy
- responsibility insurance policy
- restrictive policy
- restrictive credit policy
- retirement policy
- running policy
- safe policy
- sales policy
- service policy
- short-sighted policy
- short-term policy
- social policy
- sound financial policy
- stabilization policy
- speculation policy
- standard policy
- state policy
- state intervention policy
- stiff monetary policy
- supply-side policy
- tariff policy
- taxation policy
- ticket policy
- tight credit policy
- tight fiscal policy
- tight money policy
- time policy
- tough policy
- trade policy
- trading policy
- transport policy
- underwriting policy
- unvalued policy
- valued policy
- vessel policy
- void policy
- voidable policy
- voyage policy
- wage policy
- wait-and-see policy
- warranty policy
- whole life policy
- with-profits policy
- policy of boycott
- policy of containment
- policy of controlling prices
- policy of economy
- policy of free trade
- policy of insurance
- policy of marine insurance
- policy of regulating prices
- policy of reinsurance
- policy of sea insurance
- policy of standardization
- policy of temporization
- policy of trade expansion
- policy to bearer
- adopt a laissez-faire policy
- amend a policy
- borrow on a policy
- cancel a policy
- carry out a policy
- contest a policy
- dictate a policy
- effect a policy of insurance
- follow a policy
- formulate policies
- implement a policy
- issue a policy
- loosen monetary policy
- make out a policy
- pursue a policy
- reinstate a policy
- renew a policy
- rescind a policy
- reverse a policy
- revise a policy
- subscribe to a policy
- support a policy
- surrender a life insurance policy
- take out a policy
- tighten a fiscal policy
- underwrite a policy

English-russian dctionary of contemporary Economics. 2014.

Смотреть что такое "policy" в других словарях:

  • policy — pol‧i‧cy [ˈpɒlsi ǁ ˈpɑː ] noun plural policies 1. [countable] also inˈsurance ˌpolicy INSURANCE a contract with an insurance company, or an official written statement giving all the details of such a contract: • She did not realize that her… …   Financial and business terms

  • Policy — Pol i*cy, n. [F. police; cf. Pr. polissia, Sp. p[ o]lizia, It. p[ o]lizza; of uncertain origin; cf. L. pollex thumb (as being used in pressing the seal), in LL. also, seal; or cf. LL. politicum, poleticum, polecticum, L. polyptychum, account book …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • policy — pol·i·cy 1 / pä lə sē/ n pl cies: an overall plan, principle, or guideline; esp: one formulated outside of the judiciary obligated to consider legislative policy on the matter in their decision policy 2 n pl cies: a contract of insurance; also:… …   Law dictionary

  • policy — policy1 [päl′ə sē] n. pl. policies [ME policie < OFr < L politia < Gr politeia: see POLICE] 1. a) Obs. government or polity b) Now Rare political wisdom or cunning 2. wise, expedient, or prudent conduct or management …   English World dictionary

  • Policy — Pol i*cy, n.; pl. {Policies}. [L. politia, Gr. ?; cf. F. police, Of. police. See {Police}, n.] 1. Civil polity. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] 2. The settled method by which the government and affairs of a nation are, or may be, administered; a system of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • policy — Ⅰ. policy [1] ► NOUN (pl. policies) 1) a course or principle of action adopted or proposed by an organization or individual. 2) archaic prudent or expedient conduct or action. ORIGIN Greek politeia citizenship , from polis city . Ⅱ …   English terms dictionary

  • Policy — Pol i*cy, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Policied}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Policying}.] To regulate by laws; to reduce to order. [Obs.] Policying of cities. Bacon. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Policy of 3 — Allgemeine Informationen Genre(s) Emocore Gründung 1989 Auflösung 1995 Website …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • policy — There are two separate words with this spelling: (1) meaning ‘a course or principle of action’ derived ultimately from the Greek word polis ‘city’, and (2) meaning ‘a contract of insurance’ derived ultimately from the Greek word apodeixis… …   Modern English usage

  • policy — [n] procedure, tactics action, administration, approach, arrangement, behavior, channels, code, course, custom, design, guideline, line, management, method, order, organization, plan, polity, practice, program, protocol, red tape*, rule, scheme,… …   New thesaurus

  • Policy — This article is about policies in general. For government policy, see Public policy. For other uses, see Policy (disambiguation). A policy is typically described as a principle or rule to guide decisions and achieve rational outcome(s). The term… …   Wikipedia

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