- the quality or condition of being interdependent, or mutually reliant on each other: Globalization of economies leads to an ever-increasing interdependence of countries.
Origin of interdependence
Examples from the Web for interdependence
Interdependence is escalating and the failure of the global system to respond is a source of growing instability.Big Idea: The Time for Divided Nations Is Over
August 1, 2013
Instead of treating the Israeli and Palestinian narratives as mutually exclusive, J Street recognizes their interdependence.My Former Life As a Kahanist Posterboy
June 17, 2013
But what strikes me as being more important right now even than our independence is our interdependence.How Thatcher's Ideology Threatens To Kill Zionism
April 18, 2013
But as Sam Bahour and I have written, independence must be enabled by interdependence.How The Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process Became The World's Greatest Bore
April 16, 2013
Gaza and the West Bank both share an interdependence with Israel.Surprisingly Conciliatory Words from Mahmoud Abbas
December 1, 2012
Their interdependence is, therefore, the point we have now to note.The Heart of Nature
The substance of the universe is activity; the law of the universe is interdependence.
We may define correlation as the interdependence of two or more characters.The Making of Species
As interdependence increases, the limits of coercion are narrowed.
But to that motive some informed sense of interdependence is indispensable.
- dependence between two or more people, groups, or thingsthe interdependence of economies
Word Origin and History for interdependence
In economics, the concept that all prices are to some degree affected by all other prices and also that all markets are affected by all other markets.