2 edition of The pure theory of the national-output deflator found in the catalog.
Bibliography: leaf 87.
|Statement||by Franklin M. Fisher and Karl Shell|
|Series||Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Economics. Working paper -- no. 59, Working paper (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Economics) -- no. 59.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||86,  leaves.|
|Number of Pages||86|
in the index nuniber literature under the guise of the national output deflator.5 Here we do not wish to restrict ourselves to the output of a na-tion, and we derive the index as a conditional subindex of a price index for profits. Consider the following revenue function. Definition 3. The revenue function R(pa, xh, F') is defined as: R(paxbFc). Books. A Priori Information and Time Series Analysis: Essays in Economic Theory and Measurement. "Taste and Quality Change in the Pure Theory of the True Cost of Living Index." With Karl Shell. In J. N "On Perfect Aggregation in the National Output Deflator and Generalized Rybezinski Theorems." International Economic Rev No.
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The second essay deals with the pure theory of the national output deflator and provides a foundation for the measurement of real national output (or product).
It shows that the usual inequalities relating Paasche and Laspeyres to the true index are reversed (from what they are in cost-of-living theory) for the case of production. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.
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It shows that the usual inequalities relating Paasche and Laspeyres to the true index are reversed (from what they are in cost-of-living theory) for the case of Edition: 1. Naturally,theline(orhyoerplane)()istangenttothePPFatx\1 Supposethatthereisnochangeineithertechnologyortheproportionsin whichfactorendowmentsoccur.
The pure theory of the national-output deflator, By Franklin M. Fisher and Karl Shell Topics: Deflation (Finance), Mathematical models. Pure Theory of Law (German: Reine Rechtslehre) is a book by legal theorist Hans Kelsen, first published in and in a greatly expanded "second edition" (effectively a new book) in The second edition appeared in English translation inas Pure Theory of Law, the first edition in English translation inas Introduction to the Problems of Legal Theory.
Book. Jan ; Franklin M. Fisher. Karl Shell. This long-awaited work on index-number construction focuses on production indexes, including output and input deflators that can be. THE PURE THEORY OF THE NATIONAL-OUTPUT DEFLATOR.
By Franklin M. Fisher and Karl ShellFranklin M. Fisher and Karl Shell. Abstract. While the economic theory of the cost-of-living index is firmly grounded in the theory of the consumer, apparently no similar foundation for the other principal type of price index number construction — the.
“The Pure Theory of the National Output Deflator” (with Franklin M. Fisher), MIT Working Paper, August Appears as Essay II in The Economic Theory of Price Indexes: Two Essays on the Effects of Taste, Quality, and Technological Change (by Franklin M.
Fisher and Karl Shell), New York: Academic Press, On Perfect Aggregation in the National Output Deflator and Generalized Rybczynski Theorems, Theory and History"/Proofs of the Book, Box W5.
Miscellaneous columns and graphics re: aluminum output, The Pure Theory of the National-Output Deflator. Sections 2 to 4 of the paper look at the theory of inflation indexes that could be used as target indexes of inflation. A Consumer Price Index (CPI) emerges as.
Taste and quality change in the pure theory of the true cost-of-living index. --The pure theory of the national output deflator. Series Title: Economic theory and mathematical economics.
Responsibility: Franklin M. Fisher, Karl Shell. THE 'PURE THEORY OF THE NATIONAL OUTPUT DEFLATOR' REVISITED Economic Research Papers, University of Warwick - Department of Economics Also in The Warwick Economics Research Paper Series (TWERPS), University of Warwick, Department of Economics () THE 'PURE THEORY OF THE TRUE COST-OF-LIVING INDEX' REVISITED.
This chapter reviews the theory underlying the index number approaches used by National Statistical Offices in the construction of productivity indexes. and K. Shell. The pure theory of the national output deflator.
In The economic theory of price indexes, 49– New York: Academic Press. Two books for the price of one: Review. The 'Pure Theory of the National Out-put Deflator' Revisited by Muellbauer, J.
The Theory of 'True' Input Price Indices by Muellbauer, J. Testing the 'Cagan-Hall' and the 'Hedonic' Hypotheses by Muellbauer, J. The future of macroeconomics: macro theory and models at the Bank of England by David F.
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Fisher, F. and Shell, K. (): The pure theory of the national output deflator, in: F.M. Fisher and K. Shell, The Economic Theory of Price Indices, New York: Academic Press, 49– Buy this book on publisher's site; Reprints and Permissions; Personalised recommendations.
This introductory chapter situates Kelsen's Pure Theory in the context of contemporary legal positivism. The Pure Theory is typically considered to be a forerunner of purely descriptive legal positivist approaches. But this classification does not sit well with Kelsenian doctrines and texts that are typically overlooked by legal theorists: the thesis of the identity of law and state.
Actual economies produce many goods. Nominal GDP, Real GDP, and the GDP deflator aggregate the many different prices and quantities. For simplicity, consider an economy with two goods — apples and oranges.
Let P denote the price of a good. Q the quantity, and a superscript “92” the base year ; then the GDP deflator would be. "The Pure Theory of the National-Output Deflator," Working pap Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Department of Economics.
Diewert, W E, " The Measurement of Productivity," Bulletin of Economic Research, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 44(3), pagesJuly. Feenstra, R.C. () Advanced International Trade: Theory and Evidence, Princeton N.J.: Princeton University Press.
Fisher, F.M. and K. Shell () "The Pure Theory of the National Output Deflator," pp. in The Economic Theory of Price Indexes, New York: Academic Press.
The deflator. is defined as a Divisia index of the local currency commodity prices: (6) 1^ = ^ ^ 1 % (8) Y^jUijtV'it (i=1 '"'5) This suggests specification of (5) as a demand system and we propose to use a dynamic version of the Deaton--Muellbauer Almost Ideal system (Deaton and Muellbauer .