CYCLICAL GROWTH OF THE MARKET ECONOMY AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC SECURITY
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CYCLICAL GROWTH OF THE MARKET ECONOMY AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC SECURITY
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The article examines the concept and specifics of business cycle, analyzes anti-crisis policy of the U.S. government in the post-war period and its role in ensuring socio-economic security, emphasizes mechanisms of government influence on the growth dynamics and modern challenges for the government anti-crisis policy
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business cycle, anti-crisis policy, socio-economic security
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09.11.2016
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