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Internationale Konjunkturverbunde und die Schweiz

Dieser Beitrag analysiert die Einbettung der Schweiz in das Geflecht der internationalen Konjunkturverbunde seit den 1960er Jahren. Es zeigt sich eine ausgeprägte Integration der Schweiz in den internationalen Konjunkturzusammenhang, die nach 1994 noch zugenommen hat. Von einem «Sonderfall Schweiz» kann also unter diesem Gesichtspunkt nicht gesprochen werden.

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Volume (Year): 6 (2012)
Issue (Month): 2 (June)
Pages: 57-71

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