Where's your wages fund
? Where's your remuneratory capital?"
After basing his unconvincing view that 'Ricardo never asserts the wages fund
doctrine' on his arguments as to whether the term capital used by Ricardo (in this connection and in many other instances) is circulating or fixed capital or both (rather than 'free' capital, in Jevons's sense, as is definitely the case in the machinery chapter), Hori goes deeper into the variations of natural wages as distinct from market wages in the light of Malthus' and Ricardo's diverging or converging views of these variations (without focusing, however, as much as this issue would deserve, on Malthus' principle of demand and supply and on his view of Ricardo's natural price of labour as 'a most unnatural price').
"We don't have a wages fund
and the difference in payments is met through different schemes that we are regularly introducing," he said.
of up to 15 future members of the working group.
Principally concerned with the protection of the wages fund
in Ireland, he emerges from this study as neither enlightened nor imaginative.
He adds that the share of additional payments is "very insignificant." Savisaar maintains that "In 2009, for example, only 2 percent of the monthly wages fund
is provided for additional payments."
358, 361 (1946) (explaining wages fund
Harriers' wages fund
has been increased with the savings from Blake's retirement and Joy's departure to America.
On top of a 32% increase in the wages fund
this year, a system of bonuses is being introduced.
If the poor were thrown off the relief rolls, they would have to become more efficient workers (and employers would use their labour more productively) thus increasing the wealth, and the wages fund
of the nation.
It said then that the repayment agreements between Sniace and the wages fund
Fogasa and the rescheduling agreement between Sniace and the Social Security Treasury contained incompatible aid, in so far as the rate of interest was below market rates.