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Corporate Retained Earnings and Personal Sector Saving: A Test of the Life- Cycle Hypothesis of Saving.
(Taylor & Francis, 1987-02)
The dynamic personal saving function proposed by Swamy (1968) nests in a common framework, the life-cycle hypothesis (LCH) and the Houthakker-Taylor (1970) model of saving. Having accounted for a limitation of the generality ...
The Substitutability Between Discretionary and Contractual Saving and the ‘Propensity’ to Save Profit and Wage Income in the UK
(Palgrave Macmillan Journals, 1987-01)
The aim of this paper is to test the substitution hypothesis of saving according to which household regard their contractual saving (eg pension funds and/or corporate retained earnings) as full substitutes for their ...
The Transnational Corporation: A Synthesis
(Sage Publications, 1989-12)
Existing theories of the transnational corporation (TNC) tend to focus exclusively on the supply-side or demand-side factors leading to internationalization of production and the TNC. In this paper we attempt to integrate ...