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Mause I 221
Economic Cycle/Economic Theory: In practice, a distinction is not always made between economic cycle and growth.
Def Economic fluctuations: are generally defined as perennial, more or less regular fluctuations in overall economic activity or fluctuations in the degree of utilisation of production potential. (1)
Def Growth: the increase in the production or value added potential of an economy dependent on the available production factors and the increase in factor productivity as a function of technological progress.
Four phases of an economic cycle:
1. downturn (recession)
2. crisis (depression)
3. upswing
4. boom
These terms and the classification are not used uniformly in the literature.

1. G. Tichy, Konjunkturpolitik. Quantitative Stabilisierungspolitik bei Unsicherheit, Berlin/ Heidelberg 2008, p. 8.

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Mause I
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Klaus Schubert,
Politik und Wirtschaft: Ein integratives Kompendium Wiesbaden 2018

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