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The Power Of Profit

Author: Ali Anari
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781441906496
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How can business leaders make better production and capital investment decisions? How can Wall Street analysts improve their predictions of future stock market values? How can government improve macroeconomic forecasts and policies? In The Power of Profit, Anari and Kolari demonstrate how profit measures can be applied as the basis for these and many other applications of economic, policy, financial, and business analysis. The underlying theme of the book is that profitability is the driving force in free market economies. Firms invest in capital, produce goods and services, and generate sales in an effort to reap profits. Firms that are unprofitable exit the marketplace and are replaced by profitable firms. Despite the crucial importance of profits, however, there is no formal model that directly relates profits to capital formation and output. Previous studies over the past 100 years on profit and the economy are mainly descriptive in nature, without any well-specified model grounded in microeconomic theory. Filling this gap, the authors present a profit system model of the firm grounded in basic accounting relationships in addition to the well-known Cobb-Douglas production function, which can be applied to individual firms, industries, and the business sector as a whole. Through rigorous data analysis, the authors show how the profit system modelcan be applied to: modeling the U.S. business sector and national economy forecasting output, capital stock, total profit, profit rates, and profit margins examining the relationships among profitability, economic growth, and the business cycle simulating the effects of potential monetary policy changes on the business sector and national economy valuing the Standard & Poor’s stock market index as well as individual firms. The result is a model that integrates microeconomic and macroeconomic factors and that can be widely applied in business and economic decisions, policymaking, research, and teaching.

The Power To Profit

Author: Takiyah Diamond
ISBN: 9781718185210
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Do the wealthy think and grow rich? Of course, they do. But there's so much more to it than just thinking. Get past the struggle mentality and create wealthy habits that put you in alignment with where abundance lives. You are not bound by your genetics, but they do impact your life in so many ways until you develop your abilities to master yourself. Within you is the power to transform your DNA and your life. The idea of "Money" doesn't have to be fearful, and having lots of it doesn't have to be hard. It's time you know the truth about "Money", and how to use it to generate more of it to you from the inside out. What if money was a magnet to you and wealth building was easy? What would your life look like if you had the wisdom that drew to you more than enough to share and spare? How would you feel? What habits don't you have that Rich people do? Obtain wisdom of the ages to accessing your external & internal "Power to Profit".

Passion Profit Power

Author: Marshall Sylver
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 068482521X
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Offering guidelines on how to get what you want through a subconscious retraining program, the author targets the source of personal obstacles and presents strategies on accumulating wealth, getting fit, and more

Power Profit And Politics Volume 15 Part 3

Author: Christopher Baker
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521133866
Size: 73.97 MB
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The essays in this book were originally published together as a special issue of the Journal of Modern Asian Studies, released in July 1981. They are reprinted here in their entirety. The essays are concerned with the ways in which Britain's imperial connection with India impinged upon the political, economic and social development of the subcontinent in the first half of the twentieth century.