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Business Cycles: Theory and Evidence

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Business Cycles: Theory and Evidence

Andy Mullineux, David G. Dickinson, Wensheng Peng

ISBN: 978-0-631-18567-3 June 1993 Wiley-Blackwell 176 Pages

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This textbook provides a comprehensive and up to date review of the rapidly expanding business cycle literature. It covers three key strands of the theory which have dominated recent literature in the subject: equilibrium (monetary and real) business cycles, nonlinear business, cycle models and political business cycle theories.
Business Cycles is designed for advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students of macroeconomics and monetary theory and policy and academic economists wishing to keep abreast of the substantial recent developments in this field.
1. Introduction.

2. Equilibrium Business Cycles: Theory and Evidence.

3. Nonlinear Business Cycle Modelling.

4. Political Business Cycles, Credibility and Reputation.

5. Empirical Evidence Relating to Business Cycles in the US and the UK: New Results in Context.

6. Evaluation and Conclusions.

* A comprehensive and up-to-date review of business cycle theory.
* Supports the literature with comparative evidence from the UK and US.
* First textbook treatment of an area generally confined to journal articles