Is it possible to forecast economic crises?
Economic researchers have been grappling with this topic for generations. The outcome of all their efforts is, to some extent, a large number of contradictory theories. Regarding the economy as a living, pulsating system--which organizes itself and is in constant interaction with its environment--provides extensive insights and forms the basis for this book.
The author presents a system that enables demand for capital goods to be forecast quite reliably up to 18 months into the future, based on global economic indicators.