dynamic instability


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dynamic instability

[dī¦nam·ik ‚in·stə′bil·əd·ē]
(fluid mechanics)
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8) In the first paper, I find that substitution of an explicit price level target, rather than nominal GNP, increases the likelihood of dynamic instability.
Dynamic characteristics and dynamic instability of magnetorheological material-based adaptive beams, Journal of Composite Materials 40: 1333-1359.
Part I consists of Chapters 2-7 and covers a wide range of methodological issues that include: equilibrium, disequilibrium, and economic theory; dynamic instability and economic models; structural instability and economic change; uncertainty, predictability, and flexibility; rationality and expectations; and probabilistic causality and economic analysis.

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