OBJECT

EconomicEvent

An observed economic flow, as opposed to a flow planned to happen in the future. This could reflect a change in the quantity of an economic resource. It is also defined by its behavior in relation to the economic resource (see Action)

link GraphQL Schema definition

  • type EconomicEvent {
  • # Relates an economic event to a verb, such as consume, produce, work, improve,
  • # etc.
  • action: Action!
  • # Reference to an agreement between agents which specifies the rules or policies
  • # or calculations which govern this economic event.
  • agreedIn: URI
  • appreciatedBy: [Appreciation!]
  • appreciationOf: [Appreciation!]
  • # The place where an economic event occurs. Usually mappable.
  • atLocation: SpatialThing
  • # The economic event can be safely deleted, has no dependent information.
  • deletable: Boolean
  • # The amount and unit of the work or use or citation effort-based action. This
  • # is often a time duration, but also could be cycle counts or other measures of
  • # effort or usefulness.
  • effortQuantity: Measure
  • # The commitment which is completely or partially fulfilled by an economic event.
  • fulfills: [Fulfillment!]
  • # The beginning of the economic event.
  • hasBeginning: DateTime
  • # The end of the economic event.
  • hasEnd: DateTime
  • # The date/time at which the economic event occurred. Can be used instead of
  • # beginning and end.
  • hasPointInTime: DateTime
  • id: ID!
  • # Grouping around something to create a boundary or context, used for documenting,
  • # accounting, planning.
  • inScopeOf: [AccountingScope!]
  • # Defines the process to which this event is an input.
  • inputOf: Process
  • # A textual description or comment.
  • note: String
  • # Defines the process for which this event is an output.
  • outputOf: Process
  • # The economic agent from whom the actual economic event is initiated.
  • provider: Agent!
  • # This economic event occurs as part of this agreement.
  • realizationOf: Agreement
  • # The economic agent whom the actual economic event is for.
  • receiver: Agent!
  • # References a concept in a common taxonomy or other classification scheme for
  • # purposes of categorization or grouping.
  • resourceClassifiedAs: [URI!]
  • # The primary resource specification or definition of an existing or potential
  • # economic resource. A resource will have only one, as this specifies exactly
  • # what the resource is.
  • resourceConformsTo: ResourceSpecification
  • # Economic resource involved in the economic event.
  • resourceInventoriedAs: EconomicResource
  • # The amount and unit of the economic resource counted or inventoried. This is
  • # the quantity that could be used to increment or decrement a resource,
  • # depending on the type of resource and resource effect of action.
  • resourceQuantity: Measure
  • # An intent satisfied fully or partially by an economic event or commitment.
  • satisfies: [Satisfaction!]
  • # Additional economic resource on the economic event when needed by the
  • # receiver. Used when a transfer or move, or sometimes other actions, requires
  • # explicitly identifying an economic resource on the receiving side.
  • toResourceInventoriedAs: EconomicResource
  • trace: [ProductionFlowItem!]
  • track: [ProductionFlowItem!]
  • # References another economic event that implied this economic event, often based
  • # on a prior agreement.
  • triggeredBy: EconomicEvent
  • }