Corporate Profits as a Share of GDP

CP_GDP

 

Note these are corporate profits after taxes.

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13 Responses to Corporate Profits as a Share of GDP

  1. Greg says:

    Couldn’t this be interpreted as simply increased globalization, as you’re using domestic GDP but corporate profits from a group of companies which increasingly derive income from overseas?

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  12. Lynn Oliver says:

    Interested to know if this chart represents public corporations or all corporations. As you may know, there has been a major shift away from use of the corporate entity by non-public businesses over the last 20-30 years. There are literally several million non-public businesses which today are organized as LLCs, partnerships and subchapter S “flow through” entities. This huge number of businesses leaving the corporate income and tax roles would have a dramatic effect on any general analysis of “corporate income”.

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