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Income distribution, turnover speed and profit rate in Japan, Chile, Netherlands and United States

Esteban Maito ()

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Abstract: This paper analyzes the valorization process in Chile, Japan, Netherlands and United States, estimating advanced constant and variable capital, turnover speed, capital composition and profit rate on total advanced capital. Furthermore, it analyzes the role of turnover speed in the valorization process. In core countries, turnover speed of capital tends to be higher due to a larger development of productive forces. Thus, in Netherlands, United States and Japan there is higher labor share, representing at the same time, the wage bill adjusted by capital turnover, a lower proportion related to total capital and income, compared to peripheral countries like Chile

Keywords: rate; of; profit; ; labor; share; ; turnover; speed; ; value; capital; composition; -; annual; surplus; value; rate (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: E11 E23 E25 E3 O4 P1 P16 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2014-03
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