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short run

1. adjective (typically hyphenated and used before a noun) Of, covering, or limited to only a short or immediate period of time. This sort of short-run planning is fine while the company is being set up, but you need to start setting some long-term goals and strategies.
2. noun A short length of time; an immediate or limited period in which to act or effect change. Congress approved funding to cover the country's debt for the short run, but a more permanent solution will have to be reached before the December 31 deadline. This minimum wage increase may have a negative effects on businesses in the short run, but they will be dwarfed by the benefits down the line.
See also: run, short

short run

see under long run.
See also: run, short
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Evidence from happiness studies indicate that happiness is elevated at a decreasing rate by income in the short run, but not noticeably affected by increased income in the long run.
Consequently, our findings that financial development has significantly positive effects on international trade in the long run but significantly negative effects in the short run do not seem to be driven by common omitted factors.
Figure 1 shows that an increase in demand has a much smaller impact on rents in the long run than in the short run.
The empirical analysis of one-year Treasury bills summarized in Tables 4 and 5 indicate that in the short run, changes in the nominal rate depend largely upon changes in inflation, real GDP, and the real funds rate.
Our examination of widely available principles texts (see Table 1) reveals that in supply and demand analysis, authors correctly explain that demand is more elastic in the long run than in the short run because decision makers have more time to adjust to changes in prices.
The distinction between short-run and long-run policies is crucial, for policies which are successful in the short run are not necessarily the same policies which are optimal in the long run.
Although these changes involve difficult adjustments in the short run, they are producing important gains in productivity, which will boost real wages and living standard over time.
As its core objective, Short Run Pro has simplified the custom metal part procurement process for corporate buyers, engineers and end users.
With the XL220 he has created Evolution Labels, which, as the name implies, takes short run label printing to the next level as a trade service.
A short run label job is relative, and what may be short for one customer might be considered rather long for another, says Mark Trumper, CEO for Maverick Label, Edmunds, WA, USA.
What we have learned about monetary policy since the beginnings of the Federal Reserve System is that the longer-term effect of a policy action may be quite different from its initial impact; what we do not know with precision is the size and timing of these effects, especially in the short run.
Short Run Pro, a nationwide supplier of metal manufacturing services, today announced the release of its Computer Bracket site particularly designed with suppliers and end users of computer mounting and assembly parts in mind.
OKI Data Americas declared that it has inked a partnership deal with Mark Andy to boost availability of short run digital color label printing systems in the US.
The label converter, which also owns a Jetrion 3025 inkjet system, acquired the 4000 to produce full color, short run jobs, according to Bob Napierala, president.
Over the past two decades, important structural changes in the economy-resulting from institutional, regulatory, and technological developments--may have altered the nature and stability of the channels through which monetary policy affects the level of economic activity in the short run.