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U S. Shares of National Income. 
o$ 
From 
From 
From 
From 
dependent 
work 
enterprise 
and property 
n 
dependent 
work 
enterprise 
and property 1 
1950 
58.G 
41.4 
1958 
G0.5 
39.5 
J 95 J 
58.7 
41.3 
1959 
00.2 
39.8 
rm 
57.4 
42.6 
J 000 
00.0 
39.4 
\W 
58 7 
4 1.3 
1001 
00.8 
39.2 
59 4 
40.0 
1902 
02.5 
37.5 
195; 
58.8 
41.2 
190.')'- 
03.9 
36.1 
1950 
59.5 
40.5 
19G4 b 
04.8 
35.2 
1957 
59.7 
40.3 
Source: Stabiles Geld, Stetiges Wachstum, Table 35, p. 70. 
* Including income of the state from enterprise and property. 
b Preliminary. 
Distribution of Netherlands national income, 1938, 1946-1962 
(at factor cost) 
Employe Corp. 
Year * Comp. Profits 
1950 64.1% 15.6% 
1952 67.0 133 
1954 68.6 12.5 
1956 69.3 13.1 
1958 70.1 11.1 
I960 71.0 12.0 
1962 70.7 12.2 
1964 ... 70.6 123 
1966 70.2 13.3 
1968 72.4 113 
1970 75.4 8.6 ( 
1972 74.8 9.7 
1974 75.1 9.3 
o.k. 
vUt>/c ot 
^S4 
I Uo fcl 1 % 
Employee compensation as a percentage of French national income. 
1950-1962 
1950 
55.1 
1951 
50.1 
1952 
57.3 
1953 
57.5 
1954 
58.9 
1955 
58.2 
1956 
5S.3 
1957 
58.0 
1958 
58.3 
1959 
59.5 
1960 
58.3 
1961 
60.5 
1962 
60.6 
1963 
62.4 
Major factor shares measured in 
percent of total 
Enterprise 
Wages and salaries 
Noncorporate 1 
Corporate 
and social benefits 
Farm income 
and property 
profits 
1938 
55.9 
— 
— 
— 
194C 
60.5 
— 
— 
-— 
1947 
58.8 
■— 
— 
— 
1948 
58.8 
— 
— 
— 
1949 
55.3 
3.5 
17.8 
11.6 
1950 
55.0 
11.3 
17.4 
11.6 
1951 
55.0 
10.9 
17.8 
12.3 
1952 
54.6 
11.8 
17.3 
11.6 
1953 
53.9 
9.4 
19.8 
11.7 
1954 
54.3 
9.4 
19.6 
11.1 
1955 
53.6 
8.8 
20.4 
11.7 
1956 
55.3 
8.3 
20.3 
10.9 
1957 
56.7 
8.8 
18.0 
10.7 
1958 
57.8 
9.0 
17.5 
9.7 
1959 
56.7 
7.7 
18.0 
11.0 
1960 
56.6 
8.5 
16.9 
11.0 
1961 
58.9 
7.8 
15.9 
* 10.1 
1962 
61.4 
7.0 
14.3 
9.5 
Sources: 1938 and 1946-47 derived from Netherlands Central Bureau of 
Statistics, Statistical Studies, No. 4 (December 1954), Table 4D, p. 37, 
md Table 8, p. 40; 1948 from ‘‘Hot aandeel van de lonen en salarissen, 
nclusief socialc lasten in het nationale inkomen/* Statistische en encono- 
metrische onderzoekingen (3d quarter, 1959), Table III, p. 116; 1919-1962 
Yom Statistische cn economctrlsche onderzoekingen, various national- 
tcconiil issues. 
Source: F.tudcs et Conjuncture. XIX (May 1064), 335. 
Employees’ share in Italian net national product, 1950-1963 
(percentages) 
1950 
50.8 
1958 
56.4 
1951 
50.1 
1959 
54.8 
1952 
52.7 
1960 
55.1 
1953 
52.6 
1961 
55.3 (55.5)» 
1954 
54.3 
1962 
57.2 (57.4) 
1955 
54.4 
1963 
— (62.5) 
1956 
55.9 
1964 
— (63.8) 
1957 
55.9 
Source: G. II. Hildebrand, Growth and Structure in the Economy of 
Modern Italy (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1965), Table 
55, p. 222. 
“Parenthetical figures taken from Italian Economic Survey (May-June 
1965), pp. 44, 47, using internal net product at factor cost, according lu 
the “traditional*' (not international) schema. 
TABLE 11 - 3 
Sources of labor supply in Germany° 
Changes in yearly average number (thousands) 
1951 
1955 
1960 
1901 
1962 
1903 
1964 b 
Natural population 
increase® 
+255 
+375 
- 35 
- 46 
- 90 
- 52 
- 28 
Unemployment reserve 
+ 148 
+293 
+241 
+ 90 
+ 26 
- 31 
+ U 
Refugees 1 
+127 
+ 161 
+ 5G 
+ 125 
+ 110 
+ 49 
+ 2 
Foreign workers / 
+ 8 
+ 112 
+190 
+154 
+ 144 
+128 
Statistical discrepancy 
- 7 
o 
+ 53 
- 21 
- 14 
~ 13 
+ 5 
Employed workers 
+523 
+ 835 
+427 
+344 
+ 192 
+ 97 
+121 
Independent workers 
and family helpers 
- 89 
- 37 
—109 
- 55 
-131 
-153 
-100 
Occupied workers 
+612 
+872 
+536 
+399 
+323 
+250 
+221 
Source: S achv ers t iindi gen rat zur Bcgutachtung dcr gesnmtwirtschaftliehen Entwick- 
iung, Stabiles Geld, Stetiges Wachstum: Jahrosgutachtcn 1964/5 (Stuttgart and Mainz: 
Kohlhammcr, 1965), Table 26, p. 51. 
* From 1961 tho Federal territory; previously without tho Saar or West Berlin. 
*’ Including changes in participation rates. 
• Estimated by the Council of Exports.
	        

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