The Long Wave in the World Economy: The Present Crisis in Historical Perspective
Long waves are cycles of some fifty years duration in which a period of rapid expansion is followed by one of slow growth of stagnation. This book provides a critical examination of long wave theory and an original explanation of long fluctuations which is highly relevant to the current crisis in the world economy.
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The long wave debate
Integration disintegration and crisis
Inequality feedback 1 In the North
Inequality feedback 2 International and in the South
A résumé of the theoretical argument
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The Long Wave in the World Economy: The Current Crisis in Historical Perspective
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