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Economics
  • Author:
    Howard J. Sherman
  • ISBN:
    0691027218
  • ISBN13:
    978-0691027210
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    Princeton University Press (June 3, 1992)
  • Pages:
    478 pages
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    Economics
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Drawing especially on the work of Wesley Clair Mitchell, Karl Marx, and John M. Keynes, Sherman explains why the nature of the business cycle produces serious economic loss and misery during its contraction phase, just as it produces growth in its expansion phase. To eliminate the business cycle, it follows that it is necessary to change to an alternative economic system.

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approach is a welcome complement to the heretofore excessively abstract modeling of the business cycle in recent . This work is more systematic and comprehensive than any other book on the business cycle

approach is a welcome complement to the heretofore excessively abstract modeling of the business cycle in recent years. Choice "This work is more systematic and comprehensive than any other book on the business cycle. This work is more systematic and comprehensive than any other book on the business cycle. The integration of empirical evidence and relevant theory is unusually thorough and interesting, and Sherman's use of Wesley Clair Mitchell's work is especially welcome. -John E. King, La Trobe University. See all Product description.

This work is more systematic and comprehensive than any other book on the business cycle.

Drawing especially on the work of Wesley Clair Mitchell, Karl Marx, and John M. Originally published in 1991. "This work is more systematic and comprehensive than any other book on the business cycle.

Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9781400862047, 1400862043. The print version of this textbook is ISBN: 9780691635767, 0691635765.

By Howard J. Sherman. He pays attention to the business cycle chronology that emerged from the painstaking work begun by Mitchell and Burns and later carried on by others. Sherman Subjects. There's no description for this book yet. Published 1991 by Princeton University Press in Princeton, . Includes bibliographical references (p. -432) and index.

This paper extends Goodwin’s growth cycle model by assuming both differential savings propensities and disequilibrium in the goods market

Principles of Macroeconomics: Activist vs. Austerity Policies. The Business Cycle Theory of Wesley Mitchell. This paper extends Goodwin’s growth cycle model by assuming both differential savings propensities and disequilibrium in the goods market. It is shown that both modifications entail an increase in the dimensionality of the dynamical system of the model. By applying the existence part of the Hopf bifurcation theorem, the possibility of persistent and bounded cyclical paths for the resulting.

Are the recurring recessions of the capitalist world merely short-term adjustments to changing economic circumstances in a system that tends, in general, toward equilibrium? In this accessible study of the business cycle, Howard Sherman makes a powerful case that recessions and painful involuntary unemployment are endogenous to capitalism. Drawing especially on the work of Wesley Clair Mitchell, Karl Marx, and John M. Keynes, Sherman explains why the nature of the business cycle produces serious economic loss and misery during its contraction phase, just as it produces growth in its expansion phase.