Where have all the profits gone: an analysis of the major U.S. defense contractors: 1950-1985
Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation, 1988 - Technology & Engineering - 44 pages
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20 major defense 40 firms academic accounting measures Accounting Rates activity Aerospace after-tax earnings Agapos American Economic Review annual argued argument average CASKOR CASVNM column commercial firms compensation conclusion contracts costs D.C. United D.O.D. sales defense firms defense industry profits defense profits defense sector DFAIR Donald Wittman dummy variable economists evidence excessive monopoly excessive profits executive pay expected expenditures February G.A.O. study Gallaway Gansler Gordon Adams Gordon Tullock higher Ibid inefficiencies investment major defense contractors manufacturing Melman Michael Hutchison military missile monopoly profits Musgrave Nirvikar Singh payments percent period priori procurement profit levels profit maximizing profit rates proxy rates of return regarding regression relationship rent seeking revolving door Richard Berg Ronald Grieson sample seen Seymour Melman Source spending Statistical Abstract substantial suggest Table theory tion total capital U.S.G.A.O. December United United States Congress utilized Value Line Washington weapons systems X-Efficiency