Kondratieff Waves

Kondratieff Waves is a new international almanac that is published in co-operation with the International N. Kondratieff Foundation and the Faculty of Global Processes of Lomonosov Moscow State University from 2012.

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  • Kondratieff waves:

    Kondratieff waves:
    Juglar – Kuznets – Kondratief

    In the period from the 1920s to 1930s the theory of economic cycles underwent dramatic changes. Due to the research of such famous economists as Nikolay Kondratieff, Joseph Kitchin, Wesley Mitchell, Simon Kuznets, and Joseph Schumpeter the idea of a whole system of economic cycles (with characteristic periods between two and sixty years) was developed. The idea of a system of intertwined economic cycles is nowadays paramount to the school of evolutionary economics and its development promises rather interesting future outcomes. That is why this issue of our ‘Kondratieff Waves’ Yearbook is devoted to the interconnections between various economic cycles.

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  • Kondratieff Waves:

    Kondratieff Waves:
    Dimensions and Prospects at the Dawn of the 21st Century

    Kondratieff Waves is a new international almanac that will be published in co-operation with the International N. Kondratieff Foundation and the Faculty of Global Processes of Lomonosov Moscow State University from 2012. The year when we plan to start the publication of the Almanac is not coincidental at all, as this is the year of his 120th anniversary, as well as the 90th anniversary of the publication of his Mirovoye khozyaistvo i ego conyunktury vo vremya i posle voiny [The World Economyand it's Conjunctures during and after the War] (Vologda, 1922), where he first spelled out the idea of long cycles, which later became known as Kondratieff cycles, or Kondratieff waves (or just K-waves).

    Call for Papers (.doc)

    For Contributors (.doc)