The Dynamics of Company Profits

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Overview

Do company profits eventually converge on a common, competitive level? How long does the convergence process take? This book seeks to answer these questions through a comparison of company profitability using time series data compiled at the firm level and at the industry level in Canada, France, Japan, Sweden, West Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The emphasis is on long run, dynamic processes and the perspective is that of Joseph Schumpeter, with profits converging if at all to competitive levels only in the long run. The basic methodology of the book is presented in one chapter, with the subsequent chapters focusing on results for individual countries. A summary chapter presenting major conclusions and implications concludes the book.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780521383721
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Publication date: 6/29/1990
  • Pages: 224
  • Product dimensions: 5.98 (w) x 8.98 (h) x 0.63 (d)

Table of Contents

1. Profits and the process of competition Dennis C. Mueller; 2. Modelling persistent profitability Paul A. Geroski; 3. The persistence of profits in the United States Dennis C. Mueller; 4. The persistence of profits in US manufacturing industries Ioannis Kessides; 5. The persistence of profitability in Canada R. Shyam Khemani and D. M. Shapiro; 6. Persistence of corporate profits in the Federal Republic of Germany Joachim Schwalbach and Talat Mahmood; 7. The persistence of profits in France Frederic Jenny and Andre-Paul Weber; 8. The persistence of profits in Japan Hiroyuki Odagiri and Hideki Yamawaki; 9. The persistence of profits in the UK John Cubbin and Paul A. Geroski; 10. The persistence of profits: international comparison Hiroyuki Odagiri and Hideki Yamawaki; 11. The persistence of profits in perspective Paul A. Geroski and Dennis C. Mueller.

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