Long Wave Theory (The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics Series No. 69)
By: Christopher Freeman (editor)Hardback
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This economic theory reference collection brings together papers on the long wave, or Kondratieff cycles. The papers address connections between innovation and long wave theory, the statistical debate about long wave theory and recent work on its use as a forecasting tool. The book contains Van Gelderen's pioneering 1913 article; features major contributions from a wide range of journals and publications; and includes authors such as Jan Tinbergen, Andrew Tylecote, Nathan Rosenberg, Ernest Mandel and Helga Nowotny.
Part I Early contributions ot long wave theory. Part II Reneaissance of the long wave debate in the 1970s and 1980s. Part III Innovation and long wave theories. Part IV The statistical debate. Part V Long waves in retrospect and prospect in the 1990s.
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