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cyclic

[′sīk·lik]
(science and technology)
Pertaining to some cycle.
Repeating itself in some manner in space or time.
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Vedder and Gallaway (2011) provide an unusual argument against the application of the wage cyclicality literature to MacKenzie's article.
Expanding on these contributions, we begin in section I by focusing on the details of the change in income cyclicality of top income groups in the United States.
Then I review empirical evidence on the cyclicality of a measure of wages that takes into account the expected present discounted value of future wages.
Third, in the 1970s and 1980s, compared with the 1950s and 1960s, the estimated gender gap in employment cyclicality widened both because highly cyclical (countercyclical) industries attracted or retained (lost) proportionally more men than women and because industry-specific procyclicalities increas ed in relatively greater amounts in male-intensive industries than in female-intensive ones.
This literature on the cyclicality of the real wage in disaggregated data, which Abraham and Haltiwanger (1995) describe as "a small explosion of research," begins with the work of Stockman (1983), Raisian (1983), and Coleman (1984).
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Any forward-looking statements, as defined by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, contained in this press release are subject to risks, uncertainties, and other factors, such as the cyclicality of the metals industry and the industries that purchase our products, fluctuations in metals prices, risks associated with the implementation of new technology, general economic conditions, competition in the metals service center industry, and our ability to satisfy our "on-time or free" delivery guarantee.