# eBook Measurement in Economics: Theory and Applications of Economic Indices download

## by Wolfgang Eichhorn,W. E. Diewert

**ISBN:**0387913211

**Author:**Wolfgang Eichhorn,W. E. Diewert

**Publisher:**Springer Verlag (April 1, 1988)

**Language:**English

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On a Functional Equation with Applications to Measurement in Economics. Theory and Measurement of Productivity and Cost Gaps: A Comparison for the Manufacturing Industry in . Japan and Germany, 1960–1979.

On a Functional Equation with Applications to Measurement in Economics.

Measurement in Economics book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read

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First discussions on several topics of this book took place at a symposium held at the University of Karlsruhe (July 14 - 21, 1985). The book is divided into nine parts with the headings "Methodology and Methods" (4 papers), "Prices" (9), "Efficiency" (5), "Preferences" (7), "Quality" (2), "Inequality" (6), "Taxation" (6), "Aggregation" (6), and "Econometrics" (6). The topics range from the "equation of measurement", a functional equation which plays an important.

Springer Science & Business Media, 11 нояб. ProductionTheoretic Input Price Indices and the Measurement. 87. Axiomatic Characterization of Statistical Price Indices

Springer Science & Business Media, 11 нояб. First discussions on several topics of this book took place at a symposium held at the University of Karlsruhe (July 14 - 21, 1985). Axiomatic Characterization of Statistical Price Indices.

Includes bibliographies. Personal Name: Diewert, W. Erwin. Personal Name: Eichhorn, Wolfgang. Rubrics: Index numbers (Economics). Download PDF book format.

In Eichhorn, W. (e., Measurement in Economics: Theory and Applications of Economic Indices, pp. 67–86. 1999) Axiomatic and economic approaches to international comparisons. In Heston, A. and Lipsey, . Heidelberg: Physica-Verlag. 1992a) Exact and superlative welfare change indicators. Economic Inquiry 30, 565–582. 1992b) The measurement of productivity. ed., International and Interarea Comparisons of Income, Output and Prices, Studies in Income and Wealth, vol. 61, pp. 13–87. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 2005) Index number theory using differences instead of ratios.

Eichhorn and Gleissner provide all the mathematical fundamentals needed for understanding economic theories. This book about mathematics and methodology for economics is the result of the lifelong experience of the authors

Eichhorn and Gleissner provide all the mathematical fundamentals needed for understanding economic theories. This book about mathematics and methodology for economics is the result of the lifelong experience of the authors. It is written for university students as well as for students of applied sciences. This self-contained book does not assume any previous knowledge of high school mathematics and helps understanding the basics of economic theory-building.

Chapter 5 in Measurement Issues Arising From the Growth of Globalization, . Measuring Output and Productivity in Electricity Networks.

Bias Due to Input Source Substitutions: Can It Be Measured? (with Alice Nakamura),Chapter 5 in Measurement Issues Arising From the Growth of Globalization, . with Denis Lawrence) presented at the SSHRC Conference on Index Number Theory and the Measurement of Prices and Productivity, Vancouver, Canada, June 30-July 3, 2004, 49 p. .

The measures used in economics are physical measures, nominal price value measures and fixed price value measures. These measures differ from one another by the variables they measure and by the variables excluded from measurements

The measures used in economics are physical measures, nominal price value measures and fixed price value measures. These measures differ from one another by the variables they measure and by the variables excluded from measurements. The measurable variables in economics are quantity, quality and distribution. Excluding variables from measurement makes it possible to better focus the measurement on a given variable, yet, this means a more narrow approach.

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