Evolution of views on the investigation methods of oscillations business activity

  • I.V. Hrabynska Львівський національний університет імені Івана Франка
Keywords: macroeconomic instability, fluctuations in business activity, business cycle, research methods

Abstract

The article examines the evolution of the economists’ views on the methods of detection and studying of business activity fluctuations in a market economy. The basic methodological approaches to the analysis of the business cycle – mathematical-deductive, statistic-historical and econometric – were defined. The current research of fluctuations in business activity – such as residual method, econometric methods of direct measuring, harmonic analysis and square polynomials methods – were analyzed. There was studied the method of cycle detection by the numerical series of unverified data

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Published
2012-11-27
How to Cite
Hrabynska, I. (2012). Evolution of views on the investigation methods of oscillations business activity. European Journal of Management Issues, 21(2), 3-9. https://doi.org/10.15421/191301