Do Real-Output and Real-Wage Measures Capture Reality? The History of Lighting Suggests Not
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- William D. Nordhaus, 1994. "Do Real Output and Real Wage Measures Capture Reality? The History of Lighting Suggests Not," Cowles Foundation Discussion Papers 1078, Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics, Yale University.
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