outflow

(redirected from outlays)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Financial.
Related to outlays: Capital Outlays

outflow

[′au̇t‚flō]
(chemical engineering)
Flow of fluid product out of a process facility.
(mathematics)
The outflow from a vertex in an s-t network is the sum of the flows of all the arcs that originate at that vertex.
References in periodicals archive ?
For our analysis, we'll use net outlays as the dependent variable, and the prior positions (POM, BES, PB, budget authority, and obligations) as the independent variables.
construction spending fell for the first time in almost a year and a half in November as a drop in nonresidential investment offset an increase in housing outlays, the government said Monday.
This algebraic analysis enables us to establish a whole series of constant outlay curves for different values of k for different constant outlays.
Each year we examine the President's Proposed Budget of the United States to identify the outlays and staffing devoted to developing and enforcing federal regulations.
Since 1978, 30 states have enacted formal limitations on taxes, budgets, or outlays as tools with which to strengthen fiscal discipline.
Those funds accounted for 17 percent of federal outlays, 4 percent of gross domestic product (GDP), and a quarter of spending by state and local governments that year.
The key terms of federal spending are budget authority, obligations, outlays, and spendout rate.
Shih Su-mei, director general of the Directorate General of Budget, Accounting, and Statistics (DGBAS), stated that the compilation of next year's central government budget follows the principle of "expansion of capital outlay and contraction of regular outlay." Therefore, except the mandatory increase of some outlays, such as social welfare, most resources are allocated to public construction projects, to cope with the impact of the slackening global economy.
The tiny rise in construction outlays in March and a downward revision to the prior month's figure could have an impact on the government's initial estimate for first-quarter gross domestic product reported last week.
The Contribution of Office Building Operating Outlays on the U.S.
But a ministry official cautioned the May rebound does not signal the start of a lasting upward trend in consumer spending because the May outlays were buttressed by a range of one-time stimulatory fiscal measures.