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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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This cyclicality is simply part of the industry,'he said.
This article relies on a large international cross-industry data set to study how the presence of short-term financial constraints (henceforth, liquidity constraints) and the degree of product market competition increase or reduce the cyclicality of markups.
Vedder and Gallaway's attempted refutation of my citation of the wage cyclicality literature actually repeats several of the caveats that I made sure to raise in my comment.
The fact that this increase in the cyclicality of income of the top 1 percent coincides with the increase in their income share suggests that a common cause underlies both phenomena.
She calibrates the model to match the estimated cyclicality of the user cost of labor and concludes that the model calibrated to wage data cannot generate the empirical volatilities of the vacancy-unemployment ratio.
CRISIL expects Bhawani Ferrous' operating margins to remain vulnerable to the cyclicality in the steel industry.
While real wage cyclicality has been found to be particularly strong for workers who change employer, researchers have found that a one point increase in the unemployment rate decreases the average hourly earnings of workers who do not change employers (stayers) by about 1%.
1] Because as in Killingsworth [1983], women's short-run labor supply is more wage-elastic than men's, if the cyclical shifts in labor demand were gender-neutral, a basic labor supply-and-demand analysis-shifting a labor demand curve along a stable short-run labor supply curve--would predict men's greater wage cyclicality but lesser employment cyclicality.
It appears that the level of new products introduced in the market has a rather robust and strong impact on the cyclicality of price markups.
Not surprisingly, much has been written about how companies might manage cyclicality.
The results suggest that Hoover's wage conferences had no discernable impact on the wage policies of attendees, a finding that is consistent with the literature on real wage cyclicality reviewed below.
This supposed weakness of real wage cyclicality has led most modern macroeconomists to emphasize business cycle theories that predict little cyclical wage variation.