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Authors:Georgy Idrisov and Sergey Sinelnikov-Murylev
The paper analyses the inconsequence and problems of Russian economic policy to accelerate economic growth. The authors consider three components of growth rate (potential, Russian business cycle, and world business cycle components) and conclude that in order to pursue an effective economic policy to accelerate growth, it has to be addressed to the potential (long-run) growth component. The main ingredients of this policy are government spending restructuring and budget institutions reform, labour and capital markets reform as well as productivity growth.
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This paper provides an empirical analysis of the relationship between the labour income share and financialisation, as well as other related variables in Portugal from 1978 to 2012. We estimate an equation for the labour share that includes standard variables (technological progress, globalisation, education and business cycle) and variables to capture the effect of financialisation. We formulate the hypothesis that the financialisation process may lead to a rise in the inequality of functional income distribution through three channels: the change in the sectoral composition of the economy (due to both the increase in the weight of financial activity and the decrease in government activity), the diffusion of shareholder value governance practices and the weakening of trade unions. Our results show that the financialisation process has an indirect long-term effect on the labour share through its impact on government activity and trade union density. The paper also finds evidence supporting the traditional explanations for functional income distribution, namely globalisation, education and business cycle.
Based on the observation of regular “epidemic” recurrence of activity in the history of symbolic logic, a new wave of logic
activity was predicted byGoffman in 1971 for the coming years. This prediction is examined and confirmed to some extent. It is shown, however, that the whole
mathematics came in a wave-like fashion in the last 200 years, that the main fluctuations of logic were isochronic with the
main fluctuations of mathematics, and, in addition, that fundamental logic contributions appeared on the top of the waves.
After considering some problems of time-series analysis, relationships to business cycles of the Kondratiev, Kuznets, and
Juglar types are discussed.