scenario cannot be ruled out, requiring a much stronger tightening of monetary policy in some non-OECD countries, including China and India, to counter inflationary pressures and reduce the risk of asset-price bubbles," OECD said in its report.
But the libertarian-leaning Paul has always had more ambitious plans to strike at the economic power of the nation's central bank, which he blames for inflation and the boom-bust
It's the boom-bust
cycle turning back to boom again - and don't we just need it?
Industry response to the boom-bust
cycle has not been uniform.
The causes and consequences of the boom-bust
cycle in these three countries are the same.
We often forget that Egypt had a boom-bust
cycle just like Northern Ontario.
And defeated again yesterday, it is not just the Conservative Party but the Conservative ideology of privatisation, cuts in public services and boom-bust
economics that has been rejected outright by the Scottish people.
Of special note is Goldstein's analysis revealing that the dysfunctional elements that would lead to the boom-bust
cycle crash of the telecommunications industry began long before the Telecom Act of 1996 (itself a belated, overly compromised reaction to an obsolete regulatory model).
It's the difference between a boom-bust
cycle and steady prosperity.
The risk that, in the absence of a properly functioning market mechanism, investment-led growth will lead China into one boom-bust
cycle after another, with each boom less sustainable than the previous one.
S&P believes that 2003 may well be seen as the top of the current boom-bust
cycle for the industry and that prices may begin to soften in 2004.
cycle over the late 1980s and 1990s fundamentally changed the supply of CRE financing.