Investor concerns on purchasing private sector stock have clearly abated especially with developers who survived both boom-bust cycles
However, it's not too early for them to start thinking about how to respond in a manner that might free us from the boom-bust cycles
that we seem to be experiencing every 10 years.
The recommended policy rebalancing should be incorporated into a long-term framework with a stronger focus on preventing costly financial boom-bust cycles
, the BIS says.
There seem to be two relevant strands: first, that boom-bust cycles
destabilise the economy and lead to uncertainty in product development, research finding and the like; second, is whether the same phenomenon could be observed in the interpretation of scientific data, leading to unwitting bias in results?
And additional policies should be put in place to limit the repetition of boom-bust cycles
Now, an analysis by the rating agency Standard & Poor's lends its weight to the argument: The widening gap between the wealthiest Americans and everyone else has made the economy more prone to boom-bust cycles
and slowed the 5-year-old recovery from the recession.
Hence, in what follows I take it as a historical fact that there occurred two Austrian-type business cycles in the period under question, and therefore, my focus will be in indicating how M&A waves were a part of these boom-bust cycles
Vole populations may not be declining, but boom-bust cycles
are less pronounced, probably due to winter changes.
The essays discuss the relevance of balanced growth in the CESEE countries, the characteristics of a sustainable growth model in the region, and the impact of pronounced boom-bust cycles
on the long-term income convergence process in Europe; changes in banking prior to the crisis; issues related to economic growth in Central and Eastern European countries following the crisis; and the design of the economic and monetary union.
We don't want to get into one of these boom-bust cycles
with property that we've had in the past.
But here is the ultimate lesson: without a significant home-grown investor base, supported by futuristic policy initiatives and structural reforms, countries risk a return to the old boom-bust cycles
of the 20th century.
They can promote financial stability by helping to build capital buffers and reduce incentives for speculative behaviour, which can contribute to boom-bust cycles
in credit and asset prices," Mr Wheeler said.