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cycle

noun age, alternation, circle, circuit, consecution, course, eon, epoch, era, flow, period, recurrence, recurring period, regular return, regglarity of recurrence, repetitiveness, revolution, rotation, round, sequence, succession
See also: annum, frequency, life, sequence, succession
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Austrian Business Cycle Theory is not a theory just of credit expansion; it is a theory of particular effects produced by credit expansion.
In my benchmark case where the risk aversion coefficient is 4, the business cycle costs each household in my economy 6.
Pay less attention to the business cycle and more attention to what BIS economist Claudio Borio calls "the financial cycle.
Assume the subject company is setting goals for the first performance cycle and is at the top of its business cycle.
Accordingly, the main goal of this work is the integration of the business cycle approach to the construction of optimal investment portfolios.
Financial market integration can increase business cycle co-movements as macroeconomic effects of capital flows in different countries follow a similar pattern through various channels of contagion and common shocks.
The investment objective of DBIZ seeks long term-growth and capital appreciation across all economic and market cycles though a disciplined decision-making process that employs fundamental, technical and business cycle analysis.
immigration policy can be reformed to lessen immigrants' vulnerability to the business cycle and reduce the need for expanded government assistance programs during economic downturns.
This section is a useful exposition of the indicator approach to identifying growth and business cycles and its application to a particular industry.
Friedman's background was in statistics and to a smaller extent business cycle analysis, but he had little experience with monetary economics at the outset of their project.
Another way to see differences in business cycle patterns is by comparing the lengths of recessions with their respective recoveries.