Business Cycles

Some books:

(Garland Reference Library of Social Science) David Glasner-Business Cycles and Depressions_ An Encyclopedia-Routledge (1997).pdf

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year = {1997},
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edition = {1st},
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}

Above .pdf is complete but no hyperlinked index.

Below .epub incomplete with missing alphabetic sections but has hyperlinks which may or may not be useful.

(Garland Reference Library of Social Science) David Glasner-Business Cycles and Depressions_ An Encyclopedia-Routledge (1997).epub

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author = {David Glasner},
publisher = {Routledge},
isbn = {0824009444,9780824009441},
year = {1997},
series = {Garland Reference Library of Social Science},
edition = {1st},
volume = {},
url = {http://gen.lib.rus.ec/book/index.php?md5=06a8dd15cbbdf013646ac43738cb8f7d}
}

@book{book:1467804,

title = {Business Cycles in the Run of History},

author = {Thierry Aimar, Francis Bismans, Claude Diebolt (auth.)},

publisher = {Springer International Publishing},

isbn = {978-3-319-24323-8,978-3-319-24325-2},

year = {2016},

series = {SpringerBriefs in Economics},

edition = {1},

volume = {},

url = {http://gen.lib.rus.ec/book/index.php?md5=83AE6A8D83E167C4ABEC8DA4802A3F17}}
@book{book:2135375,

title = {Growth and business cycles with equilibrium indeterminacy},

author = {Mino, Kazuo},

publisher = {Springer},

isbn = {978-4-431-55609-1,4431556095,978-4-431-55608-4,131-131-135-1},

year = {2017},

series = {Advances in Japanese business and economics 13},

edition = {},

volume = {},

url = {http://gen.lib.rus.ec/book/index.php?md5=0CC14B1A42D43D44544FE81E2945CD6D}}
@book{book:1059790,

title = {The Dynamics of Business Cycles: Stylized Facts, Economic Theory, Econometric Methodology and Applications},

author = {Dr. Michael Reiter (auth.)},

publisher = {Physica-Verlag Heidelberg},

isbn = {978-3-7908-0823-0,978-3-642-95919-6},

year = {1995},

series = {Contributions to Economics},

edition = {1},

volume = {},

url = {http://gen.lib.rus.ec/book/index.php?md5=D14EFBC464A5269AEBE2B4BC0EDB8FB1}}
@book{book:1013530,

title = {Measuring Business Cycles},

author = {Arthur F. Burns, Wesley C. Mitchell},

publisher = {National Bureau of Economic Research},

isbn = {087014085X,9780870140853},

year = {1946},

series = {},

edition = {},

volume = {},

url = {http://gen.lib.rus.ec/book/index.php?md5=C4DC124CE403E99725FABE41EF7D1D95}}
@book{book:357268,

title = {Business Cycles: Theory, History, Indicators, and Forecasting},

author = {Zarnowitz V. },

publisher = {},

isbn = {},

year = {1996},

series = {},

edition = {},

volume = {},

url = {http://gen.lib.rus.ec/book/index.php?md5=88C03D637ADBD1CB7C359ACD247A9FCB}}

Wesley C Mitchell

University of California Press, Berkeley, 1913

about the book:
Those who desire to get quickly the gist of the conclusions reached concerning the causes of business cycles are advised to begin with the last chapter. Points which they find obscure in the summary there presented, or points in which they have especial interest, may be looked up in Chapters X-XIII by aid of the table of contents.
Economic theorists will find the viewpoint from which the investigation has been made set forth in Chapter II, in the “Framework” of Parts II and III, and in the final section of
Chapter XIV Readers concerned with recent business history, maj’ find whatever materials the book presents for their purposes by using the table of contents under Chapters III-IX, and XII.
Those looking for statistical materials and those interested in statistical methods should consultthe table of contents under Part II.
Discussions of monetary and banking problems occur not only in Chapters VI and VII. but also in Chapters XI, iii ; XII, ii and v ; XIII, i, 2, D, and XIV, iii, 3.

about the author:
Wesley Clair Mitchell was an American economist. Born in Illinois, he studied at the University of Chicago under Thorstein Veblen and taught at Columbia University. As Veblen’s student he developed an “institutional” view of the economy based on his belief that financial factors, especially corporate profits, are the driving force in industry. Director of the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) for 25 years, he devoted his life to the study of business cycles. Mitchell is regarded by many as the greatest of the business-cycle analysts. His first major work, Business Cycles (1913), identified various economic processes at work during periods of economic expansion and contraction, and suggested techniques for identifying leads, lags, and turning points. This work, along with Measuring Business Cycles (1946), which he coauthored with Arthur Burns, set the standard for determining business-cycle turning points in U.S. economic history. Most of the business-cycle indicator terminology used today is a direct result of Mitchell’s work. Mitchell’s last work, What Happens During Business Cycles: A Progress Report (1951), was an early but incomplete effort to construct a dynamic, self-generating theory of business cycles. Marshall’s legacy to the profession was enormous. Such is the reputation of the NBER’s work on business cycles that even the U.S. Department of Commerce defers to it for the dating of cycle turning points.

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title = {Business Cycles},
author = {Wesley Mitchell Clair.},
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Also listed rar. Downloaded but could not open:

Wesley Mitchell Clair.-Business Cycles_ The Problem and Its Settings.rar

19th Ed. — National Bureau of Economic Research, 1927. — 489 p. — Business & Economicsthis edition is an offset reproduction of the 1936 reprinting of this volume.Content:
The processes involved in business cycles.
The economic organization and business cycles.
The contribution to statistics.
The contribution to business annals.
Result and plans.

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url = {http://gen.lib.rus.ec/book/index.php?md5=256DB299793B1BF2772DA919F533A560}}

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