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The Resource Business Cycles in the Run of History

Business Cycles in the Run of History

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Business Cycles in the Run of History
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Business Cycles in the Run of History
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Business Cycles in the Run of History
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Business Cycles in the Run of History
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  • Contents -- 1 Introduction -- Abstract -- Reference -- 2 Theory -- Abstract -- 2.1 The "Old Decennial Cycle" and Its Theorizations -- 2.1.1 Industrial Crises -- 2.1.2 Classical Business Cycles -- 2.2 The Years of High Theory -- 2.2.1 Austrian Theory -- 2.2.2 The Keynesian Revolution -- 2.3 Keynesianism and Around -- 2.3.1 The Keynesian School -- 2.3.2 The Samuelson-Hicks Model -- 2.3.3 "Non-linear" Contributions of Goodwin and Allais -- 2.4 The Statistical and Econometric Approaches -- 2.4.1 The First Steps -- 2.4.2 The "Tinbergen Moment" -- 2.4.3 Towards Large Scale Models -- References -- 3 Empirics -- Abstract -- 3.1 Towards New Approaches of the Cycle -- 3.1.1 The Decomposition of the Neo-Classical Synthesis -- 3.1.2 Equilibrium Cycles -- 3.1.3 Unorthodox Theories: Minsky -- 3.1.4 Unorthodox Theories: Hayek -- 3.2 Long Cycles -- 3.2.1 From the Precursors -- 3.2.2 To the Schumpeterian Tradition -- 3.3 The Empirics of Business Cycle Analysis -- 3.3.1 What Is the Business Cycle? -- 3.3.2 Measuring and Dating the Business Cycle -- References -- 4 Dating -- Abstract -- 4.1 Methodology -- 4.1.1 Markov-Switching Models -- 4.1.2 Estimation -- 4.1.3 Testing for Nonlinearity -- 4.2 Dating the French Business Cycle -- 4.2.1 Data and Models -- 4.2.2 Estimation and Results (I) -- 4.2.3 Estimations and Results (II) -- 4.3 The Case of South Africa -- 4.3.1 Model and Data -- 4.3.2 Estimation and Tests -- 4.3.3 A Chronology of the Business Cycle -- 4.3.4 A Brief Comparison -- References -- 5 Forecasting -- Abstract -- 5.1 Chronology and Features of the German Cycle -- 5.1.1 BBQ Algorithm -- 5.1.2 Some Characteristics of the German Cycle -- 5.2 The Econometric Model -- 5.2.1 The Dynamic Probit -- 5.2.2 Empirical Model -- 5.2.3 In-Sample Prediction -- 5.3 Forecasting in Real Time -- 5.3.1 The Predicting Method -- 5.3.2 Forecasting the Recessions After 2005
  • References -- 6 Afterword -- Abstract -- 6.1 A Plea for a New Econometrics-Based Macroeconomics -- 6.2 The Standard Macroeconomic Model -- 6.3 A Critical Evaluation -- 6.4 The Turmoil of the 2007-2008 Crisis -- 6.5 Macroeconomics Otherwise -- References
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