Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
She's finished gypping the sisters on the price of tomatoes, and now she'll donate the surplus profit to me for the poor box.
Instead, he argues, capitalism must produce "underdevelopment" in order to maximize the production of surplus profit:
What is achieved is only employment that feeds from a surplus profit created by exploiting more of natures stores.
None of the participants accepted compensation beyond covering their personal expenses related to the event, and any surplus profits were returned to the struggling company's fund.
To think that many businesses have surplus profits ready to be redistributed to their workforce is to be mired in the thinking of the old left.
Nuclear power plants would be owned by central and local government and any surplus profits from hydroelectric generation would be subject to a 100% tax rate.
Tawney opposed what he called the "acquisitive society" that causes private property to be used to transfer surplus profit to "functionless owners" - capitalist rentiers.
In judging this however, it is necessary to bear in mind that purchasing members receive back all surplus profits after payment of working expenses, and interest on capital.
Owners, although required to pay 50 percent of surplus profits towards the cost of the war, retained nevertheless a 575 per cent increase on 1913 profits on average.
Statoil ASA, a state-owned Norwegian oil company invested its surplus profits from petroleum into a pension portfolio to date worth over $325 billion.
Any 'success' achieved relates solely to the profits and surplus profits of European plutocrats and runs absolutely counter to the interests of workers and the people.
He supported the pooling of surplus profit through means of progressive taxation to redistribute these funds to provide social welfare, including public health care, public education, and public housing.
Ernest Mandel, "Marx's Theory of Surplus Profits", in Introduction to the Penguin edition of Capital Volume 3.
Differential rent II implies the appropriation of surplus profits created by temporary differences in yield, which are due to the application of unequal capitals to the same type of lands.
However, in case you think it's that simple, terminal bonuses, supposedly surplus profits earned from investments in previous years, have varied in their direction simultaneously from life office to life office.
Barclay (1978) argues that the existence of surplus profits in the financial services industry will attract new entrants, and that it is the influx of new entrants that tend to cause problems for regulators.
Superprofit (or surplus profit or extra surplus-value; in German: extra-Mehrwert), is a concept in Karl Marx's critique of political economy, subsequently elaborated by Lenin and other Marxist thinkers.
Rather, the laws seek to remedy the situation where foreign producers, free from significant import competition at home, use their surplus profits from domestic sales to subsidize low-cost export sales that injure American companies and their workers.
No one objects to using the antidumping laws to stop foreign producers from using "their surplus profits from domestic sales to subsidize low-cost export sales that injure American companies and their workers," as he puts it.
Windfall profit is a surplus profit whereby a higher selling price occurred as a consequence of the Ringgit depreciation riding on the backlash of the economic crisis that hit the country since the middle of 1997.
Those who manufacture products whose prices are unjustifiably understated have no incentive for the increase of output, and those who, because of excessive prices, get surplus profits have no incentive to lower outlays, to enhance effectiveness.
To compensate it completely, the common returns ought, over and above the ordinary profits of stock, not only to make up for all occasional losses, but to afford a surplus profit to the adventurers of the same nature with the profit of insurers.
This need not be confined to salaried partners as such, but could be extended to all; for example, introducing a salary scale based on age and experience comparable with Civil Service pay at its administrative grades with an equal division of surplus profits.
"He didn't understand that the trustees were giving the bank away," said Mr. McEachern, who represented depositors arguing that they, not Amoskeag, were entitled to the surplus profits built up since the Portsmouth bank had been founded in 1823.
However the theory became very important to neo-Marxists such as Ernest Mandel who interpreted late capitalism as a form of increasingly parasitic rentier capitalism in which surplus profits are obtained by capitalists from monopolising the access to resources, assets and technologies under conditions of imperfect competition.