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In the context of (perturbative) quantum field theory an effective action is an object obtained from a more fundamental (interaction) action functional by “averaging out” certain dependencies.
For the plain effective action see at S-matrix the section Effective action.
More generally, for the relative effective action see at effective field theory the section Relative effective actions.
A discussion (with an eye towards supersymmetric quantum field theory and Seiberg duality) is in section 2.1 of
Review includes
A review of effective actions in the background field formalism is in section 3.1 of
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