business cycle

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Synonyms for business cycle

recurring fluctuations in economic activity consisting of recession and recovery and growth and decline


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Although productivity cycles typically corresponded fairly closely to expansion and contraction phases of macroeconomic cycles, no exogenous information was used in dating cycles.
China's current leadership appears to have failed to understand the lessons of China's last macroeconomic cycle and appeared to believe that they could use unprecedented monetary expansion to achieve their pro-growth agenda.
In a comprehensive study of several OECD countries, Alesina, Cohen, and Roubini (1992, 1993) find limited supporting evidence for a variety of macroeconomic cycles and conclude by rejecting the implications of PBC.
Over 90 percent of the new launches will consist of residential products, reflecting ALI's optimism on this segment which closely tracks macroeconomic cycles.
Recessions are a normal part of the macroeconomic cycles that the world experiences, and happen from time to time.
Therefore, the efficacy of the conservative operative fixed-rules based monetary policy in tandem with mono-linear fiscal retraction is increasingly being questioned in dampening macroeconomic cycles (Morgan 2009).
MOEA officials indicated that affected by macroeconomic cycles and global market fluctuations, Taiwan's photovoltaic and LED industries have been fretted by excessive supply, and therefore the government decides to assist insiders in the lines to transform and vertically integrate their operations.