Tangible goods owned or claimed by one or more individuals
  • Capital Goods - Tools, machinery and other man-made elements used to produce goods and services
  • Capitalism - Economic system where the means of production are privately owned
  • Central Banking - The practice of establishing a country's monetary policy through a government-owned or -controlled institution
  • Communications Technology - Design, construction and maintenance of communications systems
  • Communism - Socio-economic system in which private property rights are eliminated
  • Comparative Advantage, Law of - Economic tenet formulated by David Ricardo, also Law of Association
  • Corporatism - Socio-economic system in which large businesses exert influence over and benefit from government policies
  • Cryptography - The process of scrambling and unscrambling text