Analysis of Inflation
Paul H. Earl
Lexington Books, 1975 - Inflation (Finance) - 232 pages
An outgrowth of a Conference in Applied Econometrics Concerning the Analysis of Inflation, held at Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., in July 1974. Includes bibliographical references.
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Econometric Considerations in the Analysis
Consumer and Wholesale Prices in a Model
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aggregate alternative analysis automobile average hourly earnings bias capacity utilization column commodity comparison computed constructed Consumer Price Index Consumption Share cost-of-living index cost-push CPI component deflator discussed durable Eckstein econometric economists effect empirical estimated example excess demand exogenous Expenditure factors federal forecasting Gordon Government Receipts Griliches incomes policy inflation rate influence input Intermediate Materials Investment Share John Kraft Kraft labor costs Laspeyres long-run major manufacturing market measures materials prices monetary expansion money growth Nondurable nonfarm nonfood percent period Phase Phillips curve price and wage price behavior price changes Price Commission price controls price equations price increases price measures price model problem quality adjustments quality change quality error rate of inflation retail Roberts sector Shares Profits short-run short-term simulations stability stages-of-processing Statistics strategies structure studies Table theory tractors Translog unemployment rate variables wage and price wage-price Wholesale Price Index William Poole