A theory formulated by by Soviet economist Nikolai Kondratiev, which expounded Western capitalist economies are vulnerable to high performance volatility. "Kondratiev waves", "supercycles", "K-waves", "surges" or "long waves" are the other terms for Kondratiev Wave.
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