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Le cycle économique : une synthèse

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  • Thierry Aimar
  • Francis Bismans
  • Claude Diebolt

    (BETA, UMR 7522 CNRS, Université de Nancy 2 et Université de Strasbourg.)

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[fre] Cet article présente une synthèse détaillée des théories des cycles économiques, des origines à nos jours. Partant des approches traditionnelles, nous abordons successivement l’analyse statistique du cycle économique, les auteurs majeurs, la période des Trente Glorieuses, les cycles longs, la synthèse néo-classique, la pluralité des théories contemporaines jusqu’au renouveau des études économétriques les plus modernes du cycle. [eng] This article presents a detailed synthesis of the business cycle theories, from its origins to the current period. On the basis of the traditional approaches, we present successively the statistical analysis of the business cycle, the major authors, the period of the Trente Glorieuses, the long waves, the neo-classical synthesis, the plurality of the contemporary theories until the revival of the most modern econometric studies.
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  • Thierry Aimar & Francis Bismans & Claude Diebolt, 2010. "Le cycle économique : une synthèse," Working Papers 10-04, Association Française de Cliométrie (AFC).
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