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Financial Aggregation And Index Number Theory

  • William A Barnett

    (University of Kansas, USA)

  • Marcelle Chauvet

    (University of California at Riverside, USA)

The book surveys modern literature on financial aggregation and index number theory, with special emphasis on the contributions of the book's two coauthors. In addition to an introduction and a systematic survey chapter unifying the rest of the book, this publication contains reprints of six published articles central to the survey chapter.Financial Aggregation and Index Number Theory provides a reference work for financial data researchers and users of central bank data, placing emphasis on possible improvements in such data from use of the microeconomic index number and aggregation theory.

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This book is provided by World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd. in its series World Scientific Books with number 7580 and published in 2011.
Volume: 2
ISBN: 9789814293099
Handle: RePEc:wsi:wsbook:7580
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