Long Waves in World Industrial Production, Energy Consumption, Innovations, Inventions, and Patents and Their Identification by Spectral Analysis : Technological Forecasting and Social Change

@inproceedings{Haustein1982LongWI,
  title={Long Waves in World Industrial Production, Energy Consumption, Innovations, Inventions, and Patents and Their Identification by Spectral Analysis : Technological Forecasting and Social Change},
  author={H. Haustein and E. Neuwirth},
  year={1982}
}
  • H. Haustein, E. Neuwirth
  • Published 1982
  • Economics, Engineering
  • Long-term cycles have been much discussed in the literature since Kondratieff (1926). (“Cycles” is, of course, a quite arbitrary term for these time periods.) Spectral analysis was applied by the authors to long-time series of industrial production, energy consumption, inventions, innovations, and patents in order to reveal quantitative regularities in their behavior and or in their interdependence. An attempt was also made to identify logistics within those time series. In the long cycle of 50… CONTINUE READING
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