Kondratieff cycle

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A hypothesis, first suggested by the economist Nikolai Kondratieff, that the international economy is characterized by 50-year price cycles. The term has also been used more generally to support the notion that there are 50-year cycles in economic activity. See business cycle.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography — Economics.

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