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Workplace . Albany, NY : State University of New York Press . Russell , R. and Hanneman , R. ( 1992 ): Cooperatives and the Business Cycle: The Israeli Case . Journal of Comparative

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Conduct of Monetary Policy. Speech at the Business Cycles, International Transmission and Macroeconomic Policies Conference, Montreal, Canada, October 20. Mishkin F

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multi country business cycle and growth model. Economic Papers , No. 123. October. Romer, P. M. (1986): Increasing returns and long run growth. Journal of Political Economy , 94(5): 1002

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. Wasserman , I.M. ( 1983 ) Political business cycles, presidential elections, and suicide and mortality patterns. American Sociological Review, 48 ( 5 ), 711 – 720 . Zonda

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Business Cycle Co-Movement: A Robust Analysis . Journal of Monetary Economics , 52 ( 1 ): 113 – 157 . Beck , T. – Demirgüç-Kunt , A. – Levine , R. ( 2010 ): Financial

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. Quah , C.-H. ( 2014 ). Revisiting Business Cycles in the Eurozone: A Fuzzy Clustering and Discriminant Approach . Acta Oeconomica, 64 ( 2 ): 161 – 180 . Ronen , S

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: FOR Foundation (forthcoming) Łyziak , T. ( 2005 ): Inflation Targeting and Consumer Inflation Expectations in Poland: A Success Story? Journal of Business Cycle

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Innováció és hálózat

Innovation and Network

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Authors: Balázs Hámori and Katalin Szabó†

, Capital, Credit, Interest, and the Business Cycle. Transl. R. Opie (1961). New York, Oxford University Press. 30 Stalk, G. (1988) Time – The Next Source of Competitive Advantage

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Blackburn, K. — Pelloni, A. (2002): Growth, Cycles and Stabilisation Policy. University of Manchester, Centre for Growth and Business Cycle Research, Discussion Paper , No. 012. Blackburn, K. — Pelloni, A. (2004

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the absence of a shock. Martin (2012) has proposed the use of the first approach (what we are going to call the country approach), 12 while the second (what we call the business cycle approach) has been advanced by Han – Goetz (2015) and

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