What Is Bioequivalence?

Bioequivalence is the term used to describe the similarity in response between two products. In order to be considered bioequivalent, two products must be pharmaceutically equivalent (have the same active ingredient(s)) and must also be bioavailable (able to be absorbed and used by the body in the same way). products that are bioequivalent are expected … Read more

Life-Cycle Hypothesis (LCH).

The Life-Cycle Hypothesis posits that individuals save and smooth consumption over their lifetime in order to even out their spending patterns. This means that people will save during their working years in order to have funds available during their retirement. The LCH is a key concept in Economics and is used to help explain a … Read more

Swap Dealer.

A swap dealer is a firm that engages in swap transactions with counterparties as a business. Swap dealers must register with the CFTC and are subject to CFTC regulation. What is ECP in CFTC? The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) is an independent agency of the US federal government that regulates the commodity futures and … Read more