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 RECESSION FACTS AND INFORMATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
A recession may also involve falling prices, which can lead to a depression; alternatively it may involve sharply rising prices (inflation), in which case this process is known as stagflation.
Recessions are mostly caused by external economic shocks, or the unwinding of major imbalances in the economy.
The greatest worldwide recession that humanity has ever experienced was the beginning of the Great_Depression (late 1920s and 1930s); other notable recessions include the two Oil_Crises in the 1970s and the Long_Depression of the late nineteenth century.
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 Recession   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
A recession may involve falling prices, which can lead to a depression; alternatively it may involve sharply rising prices (inflation), in which case this process is known as stagflation.
A sustained recession is known as a depression.
The latter mechanism is based substantially on the role of consumer confidence and business confidence, which are important for example for individuals and organisations to decide whether their current investment or debt levels are excessive (or sufficient).
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 Depression (economics) - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
It is more severe than a recession (which is seen as a normal downturn in the business cycle).
Like a recession, the start of a depression is characterized by increases in unemployment, restriction of credit, reduced output and investment, price deflation, numerous bankruptcies, and reduced amounts of trade and commerce.
Generally it is marked by a substantial and sustained shortfall of the ability to purchase goods relative to the amount that could be produced given current resources and technology (potential output).
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 Encyclopedia: List of recessions
A recession is usually defined in macroeconomics as a fall of a countrys real Gross National Product in two or more successive quarters of a year.
The Panic of 1837 was an economic depression, one of the sharpest financial crises in the history of the United States.
The recession of the late nineteen-eighties was an economic recession that hit much of the world beginning in 1987.
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 [A-List] serious structural imbalances
In 1990, when Britain entered a deep recession that cost Margaret Thatcher her job as Prime Minister, Godley was vindicated.
According to his calculations, the country is in a downward trend roughly equivalent to the one it experienced in the early nineteen-eighties, when the economy hardly grew for three years.
The recession will probably last for at least another twelve months, given current policies, Godley said, and even when it ends the rebound will be so weak that unemployment will continue to rise.
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 List of recessions -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
This is a list of notable (The act of ceding back) recessions, (A concavity in a surface produced by pressing) depressions and downturns.
Also note that before detailed economic statistics began to be gathered in the (Click link for more info and facts about nineteenth century) nineteenth century it was very difficult to tell when recessions occurred, but prior to industrialization economic downturns usually coincided with problems in (The class of people engaged in growing food) agriculture.
Early 2000s Recession, The collapse of (Click link for more info and facts about Dot Com Bubble) Dot Com Bubble contributes to a relatively mild contraction in the (A continent (the third largest) in the western hemisphere connected to South America by the Isthmus of Panama) North American economy.
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 Business Cycle Expansions and Contractions
Rather, a recession is a period of significant decline in total output, income, employment, and trade, usually lasting from six months to a year, and marked by widespread contractions in many sectors of the economy.
A growth recession is a recurring period of slow growth in total output, income, employment, and trade, usually lasting a year or more.
A depression is a recession that is major in both scale and duration.
www.nber.org /cycles.html   (429 words)

  
 Regional Economy: How to Call Texas Recessions - Expand Your Insight - FRB Dallas
In the popular press, a recession is often defined as a period of at least two consecutive quarters of declining output.
The same variables tracked by the NBER to determine business-cycle dates are not all available at the state level or in the desired frequency.
Nevertheless, the Dallas Fed has compiled a list of economic variables that are generally coincident with the overall state economy.
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 Howstuffworks "How Recessions Work"
On November 26, 2001, the news media announced the United States was officially in a recession, and had been since March.
In this article, we'll find out what recessions are, see why they occur, and examine the criteria economists use to identify them.
We'll also look at the effects of recession as well as explore some of the ways a country can turn the economy around again.
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 List Of Employment Websites Review - Online news and more relevant resources   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
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 Recesions - Business Cycle Expansion and contraction dates for the United States Economy.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Recessions are often accompanied by rising unemployment and decreasing variety of things are often linked to recessions.
If recessions were necessary to "clean the fat out of the system", we'd expect to see there to be a lot of bankruptcies and firm closures during recessions and little during booms.
A: I don't agree that even recessions are good for the economy isn't much from which a legitimate expansion can arise.
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 CONK! Encyclopedia: List_of_economics_topics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
This aims to be a complete list of the articles on economics.
It does not include articles about economists, who are listed in the list of economists.
list of business ethics, political economy, and philosophy of business topics
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A recession is a spiritual event: a communal loss of faith.
The worst of the recession is when the economy starts to rebound, but you're a lagging indicator and you're still broke when the other guys are coming back.
From experience, I've learned that to be an early adopter of recessions, you should go to cash right away.
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 List of recessions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
This is a list of notable recessions, depressionss and downturns.
Also note that before detailed economic statistics began to be gathered in the nineteenth century it is very difficult to tell when recessions occurred.
Panic of 1837 - 1837 to 1843, a sharp downturn caused by bank failures and lack on confidence in the paper currency
www.sciencedaily.com /encyclopedia/list_of_recessions   (357 words)

  
 Stock Listings   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Here is a list of companies that manufactured railroad cars and other rolling stock.
As most of these companies built both passenger and freight equipment, no distinction is made between the two for this list.
Note that this list does not include railroads that built their own rolling stock.
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 recess information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
A sustained recession is known as an economic depression.(Alternatively, a depression is a situation where the economy "has fallen and can't get up.") A short-lived recession is oftencalled an economic correction.
The greatest, worldwide recession that humanity has ever experienced was thebeginning of the Great Depression (late 1920s and 1930s); othernotable recessions include the two Oil Crises in the 1970s and the Long Depression of the late nineteenth century.
Thelatter is a multiple of the former, determined by factors like the speed of exchange and the reserve policy of a central bank, orof other banks who borrow from that central bank.
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 List of recessions - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Late 1980s recession - 1987 to early 1990s, collapse of junk bonds and a sharp stock crash in the United States leads to a recession in much of the West
Early 2000s recession - 2000 to 2003: the collapse of the Dot Com Bubble contributes to a relatively mild contraction in the North American economy.
This page was last modified 23:24, 26 October 2005.
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 Economist's View: Are Recessions in Recession?
And with all the evidence that came out during the Social Security debate on the increased economic risk that households have faced over the last thirty years, it is not clear that increased stability at the macroeconomic level translates into an increase in welfare for individual households.
If recessions have become less frequent, it is because expansions have become longer and longer, initiated by prudent fiscal policy and coaxed along by prudent monetary policy.
The recessions of 1990 and 2001 were 8 months long, but so were the recessions of 1945 and 1958.
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 Elections, Recessions and the Economy
We went through a period of supposedly powerful growth in the 90's followed by a quite modest recession and recently have experienced one of the most powerful profit booms in history.
The next recession, and there will be one in the next term, is going to present "issues" as my teenagers are wont to say.
If it is a deep recession, like 1974, then we could very well see values plunge and the base set up for a new bull run.
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 BAI Online | Banking Strategies | May/June 2002 | Watch List
Even though we see signs of the recession ending and the economy picking up, the marketplace is still marked by high corporate defaults.
This is also going to be the recession where we finally get to test the credit models for small business banking, which was a big growth area for banks during the '90s.
Instead, most institutions are now compiling "hit lists," or lists of prospects that have already been pre-screened.
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 Recession Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
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However, many theorists including John Kenneth Galbraith believe that there is no reasonable distinction between the three types of recession, other than a desire to downplay risk of a panic.
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 Amazon.ca: Books: Major Recessions: Britain and the World 1920-1995   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Major recessions happened at a similar time in all major countries, and the lessons are general.
Three main conclusions are reached: (1) major recessions reflect abrupt fallings off in demand, not supply; (2) these are due to identifiable demand shocks and by swings in consumer and business confidence which amplify the direct effects of demand shock; (3) major recessions are not predictable.
In the final chapter, Christopher Dow puts forward an insider's view on how to avoid future severe recessions: action must be taken to control booms, which if uncontrolled will lead to a period of bust, and once a major recession has begun, fiscal and monetary policy must be adjusted to mitigate the downturn.
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 Sales tax means more pain during recessions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The recession hits sales-tax states because people are likely to cut back or postpone purchases, said Irv Lefberg, chief of forecasting in the Washington Office of Financial Management.
"In this particular recession, I'm not sure that the sales-tax states were hit harder than the income-tax states," he said, although historically that's been true.
He said the recent recession "has exposed and deepened the cracks in the state budget structure.
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 Financial Strategies for Coping with Recessions:   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
A recession can be isolated to one industry (e.g., shoes), or it can affect the entire economy.
Income and title subsidies are seldom enough, in themselves, to keep a press afloat, and in a recession, the cutting back of state support may mean the end of a press.
If a press is able, a recession is a good time for capital investments, such as warehouse expansion if it is needed.
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Further, it was found that these same companies continued to lag behind those that had maintained advertising, even after the recession ended.
A 1970 (and 1979 follow-up) study by ABP/Meldrum and Fewsmith revealed that companies that did not cut their advertising during the recessions of 1970 and 1974-75, experienced higher sales and act income than those that did cut advertising.
After the 1981-82 recession, McGraw-Hill Research Laboratory of Advertising Performance reported that companies maintaining OR increasing their advertising during that time frame averaged significantly higher sales growth - not only during the recession but for the following three years as well.
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 THE CAUSES OF RECESSIONS AND RECOVERIES   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
According to Keynes, recessions occur when individuals start hoarding money because times are tough - but times become tougher when everyone starts hoarding money.
Most economists consider it an injustice that voters often hold the president responsible; Carter was evicted for a "misery index" (high unemployment and inflation) that was really beyond his control.
Bush was fired after a lingering recession had immortalized James Carville's election slogan: "It's the economy, stupid." However, if presidents really knew how to prevent recessions, they would be on the short list for the next Nobel Prize.
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 Archive of the GPGC Mailing List   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Technically, a "recession" is an economic condition marked by a decline in real (adjusted for inflation) Gross National Product for three consecutive quarters.
Recessions are defined by reduction in economic activity (a shrink in the GDP, for example), not the market.
A recession occurs when there are two quarters of negative economic growth.
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 List of recessions
Also note that before detailed economic statisticsbegan to be gathered in the nineteenth century it is very difficult to tell when recessions occurred.
Long Depression - 1873 to 1896, begins with the collapse of the Vienna Stock Exchange.Some historians do not believe it is actually one large recession.
Lateeighties recession - 1987 to early 1990s, collapse of junk bonds and a sharp stock crash in the United States leads to a recession in much of the west
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