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Evidence Gertler, M., Gilchrist, S. (1994): Monetary Policy, Business Cycles and the Behaviour of Small Manufacturing Firms. Quarterly Journal of Economics, 109(4): 309

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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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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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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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Development: An Inquiry into Profits, Capital, Credit, Interest and the Business Cycle . Harvard: Harvard University Press. Schumpeter J. A. The Theory of

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2001 55 349 358 Danthime, J. P. — Kurmann, A (2004): Fair Wages in a New-Keynesian Model of the Business Cycle

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Shumpeter, J.A. (1912/1934): The Theory of Economic Development. An Inquiry into Profits, Capital, Credit, Interest, and the Business Cycle . Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Shumpeter JA

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Policy and Business Cycles . London: Allen and Unwin. Hansen , A. H. ( 1954 ): Growth or Stagnation in the American Economy . Review of Economics and Statistics 36 : 409

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on the business cycle, while very few focused on the potential implications of monetary policy on the financial cycle itself. Financial cycles have different characteristics than economic cycles. Financial cycles have a medium-term character, are

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of vulnerability typical of a dual economy: they were heavily dependent on orders from their larger foreign partners, and thus extremely susceptible to the business cycles that affected them. Given their financial dependence on these orders, they were

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