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Price and Real Output Measures for the Education Function of Government: Exploratory Estimates for Primary and Secondary Education

In: Price Index Concepts and Measurement

  • Barbara M. Fraumeni
  • Marshall B. Reinsdorf
  • Brooks B. Robinson
  • Matthew P. Williams
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  • W. Erwin Diewert & John S. Greenlees & Charles R. Hulten, 2009. "Price Index Concepts and Measurement," NBER Books, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc, number diew08-1, October.
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