small open economy
- An economy that is small enough compared to the world markets in which it participates that (as a good approximation) its policies do not alter world prices or incomes. The country is thus a price taker in world markets. The term is normally applied to a country as a whole, although it is sometimes used in the context of only a single product.
- acronymSOE (written as Small open economy)
- State-owned enterprise.
- small open economy.