endogenous business cycle

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A model of business cycles where the sources of fluctuation are random shocks to the beliefs of the economic agents. These beliefs become self-fulfilling due to increasing returns to scale in some sector of the economy or at the aggregate level, or due to the presence of externalities in the agents' choices. See also real business cycle.

Subjects: Economics.

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