economist definition

  • noun:
    • an expert in economics.
    • Archaic an inexpensive individual.
    • a professional in business economics, particularly a person who studies economic information and extracts higher-level information or proposes theories.
    • One focused on political economic climate.
    • One who handles a household.
    • One who economizes, or manages domestic or any other issues with frugality; person who expends cash, time, or work, judiciously, and without waste.
    • one that economizes, or manages domestic or any other problems with frugality; one that expends cash, time, or labor, judiciously, and without waste.
    • a person who is conversant with governmental economy; a professional in the field of business economics.
    • one that handles pecuniary or any other sources; a manager in general, with regards to means and expenditure or outlay.
    • Specifically A careful or wise manager of pecuniary means; a person who practises frugality in expenditure: as, he has the standing of becoming an economist; he could be a rigid economist.
    • One versed in business economics, and/or research of political economy.
    • An officer in certain cathedrals for the Church of Ireland that is appointed by the part to manage the cathedral investment, to see to your essential repair works, pay the chapel officers, etc.
    • a specialist when you look at the science of economics

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