Does Aggregate Profitability Really Matter?
The impact of profitability on capital accumulation, neglected in conventional accounts, is confirmed by a cross sectional analysis of the post-war experience of manufacturing in OECD economies and this is consistent with a body of time-series and firm level studies.
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