Autarky

Autarky is the quality of being self-sufficient. Usually the term is applied to political states or their economic systems. Autarky exists whenever an entity can survive or continue its activities without external assistance or international trade. If a self-sufficient economy also refuses all trade with the outside world then it is called a close...
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autarky

(from the article `Hellenistic Age`) The philosophers of the period pursued autarkeia: self-sufficiency, or nonattachment. The most extreme position was taken by the cynics, whose ... ...owe it to noble lineage. Horace develops his vision with principles taken from Hellenistic philosophy: metriotes (the just mean) and autarkeia ... [...
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autarky

autarchy noun economic independence as a national policy
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Autarky

Absence of a cross-border trade in models of international trade.
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Autarky

Autarky (from the Greek meaning self-sufficiency) is an economic policy of self-sufficiency that aims to prevent a country from engaging in international trade. It has been condemned by economists since Adam Smith, although some countries have chosen autarky for political reasons, notably the Soviet Union before the Second World War, on the ground ...
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autarky

autarky, autarkic, autarkical 1. The condition of self-sufficiency; especially, economic, as applied to a nation. 2. A national policy of economic independence.
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autarky

National economic policy that aims at achieving self-sufficiency
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autarky

national economic self-sufficiency.
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Autarky

The situation of not engaging in international trade; self-sufficiency. (Not to be confused with 'autarchy,' which in at least some dictionaries is a political term rather than an economic one, and means absolute rule or power.)
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autarky

The state of an individual who does not trade with anyone. Contexts: modelling
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autarky

[n] - economic independence as a national policy
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