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Corporate Size and Earning Power

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ISBN 9780674491731

Publication Date: 01/01/1939

418 pages


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  • I. Introduction
  • II. Rate of Return for all Corporations in the Aggregate
  • III. Lines of Industry
  • IV. Manufacturing Division
  • V. Metal Manufacturing
  • VI. Manufactured Foods
  • VII. Chemical Industries
  • VIII. Textiles
  • IX. Printing and Paper Groups
  • X. Forest Products; Stone, Clay, and Glass Products
  • XI. Liquors, Tobacco, Leather, Rubber, Miscellaneous
  • XII. Summary of Findings for Manufacturing
  • XIII. Mining Division
  • XIV. Agriculture, Construction
  • XV. Trade Division
  • XVI. Service Division
  • XVII. Public Utilities
  • XVIII. Finance Division
  • XIX. Variation of Rate with Size
  • XX. Cyclical Variations in Rate
  • XXI. Industrial Differences in Rate
  • XXII. Inventory Profits
  • XXIII. The Role of Debt
  • XXIV. Various Income-Account Items
  • XXV. Rate Variations within Each Size Class
  • XXVI. Tax Estimate
  • XXVII. Effects of Consolidated Returns
  • XXVIII. Technical Points
  • Appendix
  • Index

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