Reconsidering hedonic art price indexes
Art price indexes typically rely on heavily biased samples for several reasons. A refined hedonic index is developed which explicitly addresses such concerns. An empirical illustration is then provided for Symbolist paintings appearing at auctions between 1990 and 2001.
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