Estimates of value added, capital and labor in Argentine manufacturing, 1935-63
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Estimates of value added, capital and labor in Argentine manufacturing, 1935-63 by Victor Jorge Elias

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LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 26009
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Paginationix, 144 p.
Number of Pages144
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Open LibraryOL1249541M
LC Control Number94895088

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The origin of value added is determined by the International Standard Industrial Classification (ISIC), revision 3. Data are in current U.S. dollars. Manufacturing, value added > Current US$ per capita: Manufacturing, value added (current US$). Manufacturing refers to industries belonging to ISIC divisions Value added is the net output. Working capital such as inventories and accounts receivable is excluded from the calculations of ROK. Argentine manufacturing companies typically had large amounts of working capital that varied widely each year. Including working capital would inflate the assets side and undermine profit ratios. Moreover, working capital was an unstable value.   Argentina is a country which is very high on human development based on the United Nations on Human Development Index. Child labor in Argentina can be found in the agricultural sector and involves the working of land for crops. This work often fits criteria making it one of the worst forms of child labor.   Argentina is the founding member ofUnited Nation, World Bank, World trade organization and is among G countries. According to World Bank major exporters and importersare ing to World Bank Argentina is in upper middle income and developing case study is about Argentina currency devaluation decision making.

4 In Chapter 20 of the United Nations (), System of National Accounts (page ), estimates of capital services are described as follows: “By associating these estimates with the standard breakdown of value added, the contribution of labor and capital to production can be portrayed in a form ready for use in the analysis of. Global Value Chains Participation in global value chains (GVCs), the international fragmentation of production, can lead to increased job creation and economic growth. The World Bank Group is helping developing countries catch the GVC wave and realize the benefits GVCs can deliver. Capital productivity. Multifactor productivity. Productivity and ULC, Total economy, Quarterly early estimates. Unit labour costs and labour productivity (employment based), Total economy. Trade in Value Added (December ) Health Status. Labour Market Statistics. Monthly Monetary and Financial Statistics (MEI).   Capital Sources Drive Solar Technology Mix. Sources: Graphic – Bloomberg NEF (4/9/10, 4/16/10, 11/8/10, & 3/16/11); J. Silver Testimony before the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations Committee on Energy and Commerce, U.S. House of Representatives (Septem ) ARRA Manufacturing Tax Credit (section 48C): •.

Argentina is South America's third-largest economy. Trade Source: United Nations Comtrade Note: Top 3 trade partners are calculated by imports + exports. Top 3 Trade Partners (): Brazil, China, and United States Top 3 Exported Goods (): Animal Feeds, Cereals, and Motor Vehicles & Parts.   The Upsala Glacier in Argentina - here viewed from the International Space Station - is the third largest glacier of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field with an estimated area of over sq km. This long, north-south oriented river of ice terminates in the northern arm of Lake Argentino. Photo courtesy of NASA. Each industry is given a time-invariant weight equal to its average share in manufacturing value added. We always use the same weights when aggregating across industries. Therefore, all of our estimates reflect purely variation within four-digit industries over time. Figure II shows a large increase in the standard deviation of log (MRPK) over. THE purpose of this paper is to estimate the rates of return to physical capital in manufacturing industries in Argentina for each of the years Physical capital is here defined to include both fixed assets and inventories. The study covers most of the industrial (manufacturing) groups under the International Standard Industrial.