Economic Fluctuations and Growth

Hall, Robert E.
September 2003
NBER Reporter;Fall2003, p1
Trade Publication
Provides information on the Research Program on Economic Fluctuations and Growth (EFG) by the U.S. National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER). Function of the NBER; Definition of a recession; Research groups connected with the EFG program.


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