# Re-switching and the Austrian business-cycle theory: A rejoinder

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## Abstract

In these few pages I discuss some points concerning Lewin and Cachanosky’s *Review of Austrian Economics*, (2019) comment on my note (Fratini *Review of Austrian Economics*, 2019) about the implication of re-switching for the working of the Austrian business-cycle theory.

## Keywords

Austrian business-cycle theory Capital Average period of production## JEL codes

B53 D21 D24 E32## Notes

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