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Secular cycles

Peter Turchin

Secular cycles

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Published by Princeton University Press in Princeton .
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    Subjects:
  • Population -- Mathematical models,
  • Demography -- Mathematical models,
  • Business cycles -- Mathematical models,
  • Economic development -- Mathematical models

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementPeter Turchin and Sergey A. Nefedov.
    ContributionsNefedov, S. A.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB849.51 .T87 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22696032M
    ISBN 109780691136967
    LC Control Number2008050576


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Secular Cycles elaborates and expands upon the demographic-structural theory first advanced by Jack Goldstone, which provides an explanation of long-term oscillations. This book tests that theory's specific and quantitative predictions by tracing the dynamics of population numbers, prices and real wages, elite numbers and incomes, state finances, and sociopolitical instability/5(16).

Secular Cycles This book postulates a grand neo-Malthusian theory of history, as follows. The population of commoners increases (approximately exponentially) to the carrying capacity of land they possess at their technological level.

Secular Cycles elaborates and expands upon the demographic-structural theory first advanced by Jack Goldstone, which provides an explanation of long-term oscillations.

Secular cycles book book tests that theory’s specific and quantitative predictions by tracing the dynamics of population numbers, prices and real wages, elite numbers and incomes, state finances, and sociopolitical instability.

Secular Cycles is an ambitious, audacious, and engaging achievement from two very talented scholars. This stimulating book will attract interdisciplinary attention from those interested in global history and secular economic : Princeton University Press. Secular Cycles elaborates and expands upon the demographic-structural theory first advanced by Jack Goldstone, which provides an explanation of long-term oscillations.

This book tests that theory's specific and quantitative predictions by tracing the dynamics of population numbers, prices and real wages, elite numbers and incomes, state finances, and sociopolitical instability. "Secular Cycles is an ambitious, audacious, and engaging achievement from two very talented scholars.

This stimulating book will attract interdisciplinary attention from those interested in global history and secular economic change."--Cormac Secular cycles book Gráda, author of Famine/5(63).

Secular Cycles elaborates and expands upon the demographic-structural theory first advanced by Jack Goldstone, and provides an explanation of long-term oscillations in demographic, social, and political structures of complex societies.

This book tests that theory’s specific and quantitative predictions by tracing the dynamics of population numbers, prices and real wages, elite numbers and incomes, state. Secular Cycles Secular Cycles elaborates and expands upon the demographic-structural theory first advanced by Jack Goldstone, which provides an explanation of long-term oscillations.

Secular Cycles elaborates and expands upon the demographic-structural theory first advanced by Jack Goldstone, which provides an explanation of long-term oscillations.

This book tests that theory's specific and quantitative predictions by tracing the dynamics of population numbers, prices and real wages, elite numbers and incomes, state finances, and sociopolitical instability/5(13). Secular Cycles elaborates and expands upon the demographic-structural theory first advanced by Jack Goldstone, which provides an explanation of long-term oscillations.

This book tests that theory's specific and quantitative predictions by tracing the dynamics of population numbers, prices and real wages, elite numbers and incomes, state. Secular Cycles elaborates and expands upon the demographic-structural theory first advanced by Jack Goldstone, which provides an explanation of long-term oscillations.

This book tests that theory's. Secular Cycles elaborates and expands upon the demographic-structural theory first advanced by Jack Goldstone, which provides an explanation of long-term oscillations. This book tests that theory's specific and quantitative predictions by tracing the dynamics of population numbers, prices and real wages, elite numbers and incomes, state finances, and sociopolitical instability/5(14).

Secular Cycles elaborates and expands upon the demographic-structural theory first advanced by Jack Goldstone, which provides an explanation of long-term oscillations. This book tests that theory's 3/5(1).

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Secular Cycles. Many historical processes exhibit recurrent patterns of change. Century-long periods of population expansion come before long periods of stagnation and decline; the dynamics of prices mirror population oscillations; and states go through strong expansionist phases followed by periods of state failure, endemic sociopolitical instability, and territorial loss.

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In terms coined recently by Peter Turchin, the first volume focuses on “millennial trends,” the latter two on “secular cycles” a century or two in duration. The second volume is subtitled "Secular 5/5(2).

Secular Cycles elaborates and expands upon the demographic-structural theory first advanced by Jack Goldstone, which provides an explanation of long-term oscillations.

This book tests that theory's specific and quantitative predictions by tracing the dynamics of population numbers, prices and real wages, elite numbers and incomes, state. This semi-academic book, published by Peter Turchin and Sergey A. Nefedov inis on the topic of how societal structures and population interact.

The title SECULAR CYCLES refers to demographic cycles lasting a minimum of a century. Secular Cycles by Peter Turchin with Sergey A. Nefedov (): Many historical processes exhibit recurrent patterns of change. Century-long periods of population expansion come before long periods of stagnation and decline; the dynamics of prices mirror population oscillations; and states go through strong expansionist phases followed by periods of state failure, endemic sociopolitical.

Secular Cycles elaborates and expands upon the demographic-structural theory first advanced by Jack Goldstone, which provides an explanation of long-term oscillations. This book tests that theory\'s specific and quantitative predictions by tracing the dynamics of population numbers, prices and real wages, elite numbers and incomes, state.

[ This is a book review of both “Secular Cycles” and “War & Peace & War”. I recommend reading “War & Peace & War” first, then the more difficult “Secular Cycles”.

Turchin has found patterns in the rise and fall of many nations. such a purely class-struggle-based theory is unable to explain the secular cycles in population, prices, and wages, as well as why exploitation of peas­ ants also fluctuated cyclically. In the end, the critique of Brenner and certain others, most notably Guy Bois (), played a constructive role by File Size: KB.

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