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Tutan (2008): The falling rate of profits in West Germany
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The falling rate of profits in West Germany
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The manufacturing and the non-manufacturing sectors
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2008
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The profit rate has long been understood to be a crucial indicator of the health of a capitalist economy. Empirical studies traditionally looked at the manufacturing sector because of lack of data for the rest of the economy. This book investigates the economy-wide rate of profit, the manufacturing and the non manufacturing sectors in West Germany from 1960 to unification. The study finds significantly different behavior between the manufacturing and the non manufacturing sectors, revealing a serious limitation of any simple aggregate studies of the West German profit rate. The book considers the profit share and output-capital ratio as determinants of changes in the profit rates. It develops a simple way to graphically present them so a reader can immediately see their relative contributions to the changes in the profit rate. This study supports the claim that profit rate declines and restorations were dominantly, though not exclusively, caused by wage changes as opposed to technological changes, and particularly so in the manufacturing sector where unions were stronger. The book also summarizes the main empirical studies of the USA economy`s profit rate between 1960 and 1990.

1. INTRODUCTION

2. METHODOLOGY AND SOURCES

3. NET PROFIT RATE: RESULTS, LITERATURE SURVEY AND COMPARISON TO OTHER STUDIES
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Net Profit Rate Results
3.3 Philip Armstrong, Andrew Glynn and J. Harrison Study
3.4 Angelo Reati Study
3.5 Andrey V. Poletayev Study
3.6 Anwar Shaikh Study

4. SIX QUESTIONS ABOUT THE OBSERVED BEHAVIOR OF THE NET PROFIT RATES

5. DECOMPOSING TUE NET PROFIT RATES: OUTPUT-CAPITAL RATIOS AND PROFIT SHARES, RESULTS AND COMPARISON TO OTHER STUDIES
5.1 Decomposition
5.2 Profit Share and Output-Capital Ratio Results
5.3 Output-Capital Ratio Literature Survey and Comparison to Other Studies
5.3. 1 OECD Economic Survey 1991
5.3.2 Andrey V. Poletayev Study
5.3.3 Simon Gilchrist and John C. Williams Study
5.3.4 Anwar Shaikh Study
5.3.5 Michael Freudenberg and Deniz Unal-Kesenci Study
5.3.6 Philip Armstrong, Andrew Glynn and J. Harrison Study
5.4 Profit Share Literature Survey and Comparison to Other Studies
5.4.1 Philip Armstrong, Andrew Glynn and J. Harrison Study .. 66
5.4.2 Angelo Reati Study
5.4.3 Andrey V. Poletayev Study
5.4.4 Hans-Joachim Braun Study
5.4.5 Anwar Shaikh Study

6. DECOMPOSING THE PROFIT SHARE: LABOR COST AND LABOR PRODUCTIVITY, RESULTS, AND COMPARISON TO OTHER STUDIES
6.1 Decomposition
6.2 Labor Cost and Labor Productivity Results
6.3 Labor Cost and Labor Productivity Literature Survey and Comparison to Other Studies
6.3.1 Comparative Studies
6.3.2 John P. Stein and Allen Lee Study
6.3.3 A. D. Smith, D. M. W. N. Hitchens and S. W. Davies Study
6.3.4 Bart van Ark Study
6.3.5 Mary O'Mahony Study
6.3.6 Michael Freudenberg and Deniz Unal-Kesenci Study

7. CONCLUSION

BIBLIOGRAPHY


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