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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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We propose a parsimonious quantitative model to interpret these findings and to evaluate the role of multinational firms for international business cycle transmission.
While, mergers and acquisitions occur at different phases of the business cycle and the behaviors of the buyer and the seller are intertwined in such decisions.
By comparison, they find relatively little difference in the effect of a given plan announced at different points in the business cycle.
Another example is the Real Business Cycle (RBC) theory, which is presented as a theory that relies on changes in productivity rather than on changes in the growth rate of productivity (with respect to the expected productivity growth), as a best version of this theory does.
The risk of job displacement is assumed to be closely associated with the business cycle.
In this phase of the business cycle, economically sensitive sectors such as industrials and technology have tended to outperform the equity market, while defensive sectors such as utilities typically have tended to underperform.
Therefore, considering different approaches to business cycle extraction it is worth looking at what kind of fluctuations one can obtain when trying to extract the business cycle.
Given the financial cycle's ugly climax, governments should shift their focus from smoothing business cycles to preventing excessive debt, counsels the BIS.
Focus on peers aligned with size, industry, business model and business cycle.
Accordingly, the main goal of this work is the integration of the business cycle approach to the construction of optimal investment portfolios.
By further analyzing the cross-country correlation of capital flow shocks, we can analyze the role of capital flows in explaining business cycle synchronization.
immigrants are more sensitive to the business cycle than are those of native-born Americans.