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Business Cycles in the Run of History

Abstract : This book analyzes the development of economic cycles in the run of history. The focus is on the development of cycle theory, with maximum emphasis upon ideas. Chapter 1 delivers an overview of the debate about cycles before the 1970s. Chapter 2 completes this survey by presenting the main empirical investigations since that time. Finally, Chapters 3 and 4 illustrate the discourse, by presenting, in the tradition of Burns and Mitchell, original case studies on France, South Africa, and Germany.
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Thierry Aimar, Francis Bismans, Claude Diebolt. Business Cycles in the Run of History. Springer, pp.VI, 94, 2016, SpringerBriefs in Economics, 978-3-319-24323-8. ⟨hal-01762000⟩

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