Kondratieff cycle

Kondratieff cycle,

Definition of Kondratieff cycle:

  1. Long-duration economic cycle of major capital goods expansion that plays out over a period of about 60 years and underlies the usual boom-bust cycles characteristic of a capitalist economy. Named after its proponent, the Russian economist Nikolai Dmitrijewitsch Kondratieff (1892-1938). Also called long wave cycle.

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