The American business cycle : continuity and change /

In recent decades the American economy has experienced the worst peace-time inflation in its history and the highest unemployment rate since the Great Depression. These circumstances have prompted renewed interest in the concept of business cycles, which Joseph Schumpeter suggested are "like th...

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Online Access:Electronic book from EBSCO
Corporate Author: National Bureau of Economic Research Conference on Business Cycles
Other Authors: Gordon, Robert J. 1940-
Format: Conference Proceeding eBook
Language:English
Published:Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1986.
Series:Studies in business cycles ; no. 25.
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245 0 4 |a The American business cycle :  |b continuity and change /  |c edited by Robert J. Gordon. 
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490 1 |a Studies in business cycles ;  |v v. 25 
500 |a Proceedings of the National Bureau of Economic Research Conference on Business Cycles, held in Puerto Rico, 22-25 March 1984. 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references and indexes. 
505 0 |a Prefatory Note; Introduction: Continuity and Change in Theory, Behavior, and Methodology; Tribute to Otto Eckstein; I. THE SOURCES OF CYCLICAL BEHAVIOR; II. COMPONENTS OF EXPENDITURE; III. FISCAL AND MONETARY POLICY; IV. CHANGES IN CYCLICAL BEHAVIOR; Appendixes; List of Contributors; List of Participants; Author Index; Subject Index. 
520 |a In recent decades the American economy has experienced the worst peace-time inflation in its history and the highest unemployment rate since the Great Depression. These circumstances have prompted renewed interest in the concept of business cycles, which Joseph Schumpeter suggested are "like the beat of the heart, of the essence of the organism that displays them.". In The American Business Cycle, some of the most prominent macroeconomics in the United States focuses on the questions, To what extent are business cycles propelled by external shocks? How have post-1946 cycles differed 
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