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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The title of chapter 4 in volume 1, "In Defense of Austrian Business Cycle Theory," truthfully captures the book's project.
Clearly, the source of consumption inequality depends heavily on the risk premium level and the variation in the market price of risk; both are linked tightly to business cycle fluctuations.
While it does not predict or make any projections about the future business cycle or any particular investment, the Fidelity Sector Investigator helps advisors:
For the mainstream, smoothing the business cycle is job one.
The evolving approach to peer group construction must take into account three primary considerations: business cycle, business model and company size.
Owen and Griffiths (2006) stated that business cycle analysis provided investors with a compass reading the whereabouts of the global markets.
By further analyzing the cross-country correlation of capital flow shocks, we can analyze the role of capital flows in explaining business cycle synchronization.
17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- AdvisorShares, a leading sponsor of actively managed exchange-traded funds (ETFs), announced today that the Pring Turner Business Cycle ETF (NYSE Arca: DBIZ) will open for trading on Wednesday, December 19, 2012.
The authors' regression analysis shows that employment and unemployment are more sensitive to the business cycle for the foreign born than for the native born.
Transportation Indicators and Business Cycles by Kajal Lahiri is an interesting book at three levels.
In the public mind, Milton Friedman and Paul Samuelson represent more than any other individuals two competing schools of thought that dominated macroeconomic and business cycle debates over much of the past century.
To compare the different business cycle patterns, we decompose real GDP into the sum of the GDP trend and the GDP gap.
During business cycle booms, airlines can more easily price discriminate among their consumers, while in business downturns, such pricing is much more difficult.
References to Austrian business cycle theory are fairly uncommon in the NBER's cycle studies.
This extra leverage helped to smooth the business cycle.