Higher profits and lower capital prices: is factor allocation optimal?
AbstractFrom an international perspective, the European rate of unemployment has been high and growing over the last one to two decades; against this background, the parallel rise in profit shares in a number of European countries seems to be at odds with expected economic behaviour.
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Date of creation: Apr 1999
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