Technological Change And Welfare In An Economy With Distortions
Traditional measures of the benefits of technological change use producer prices. Consumer-oriented measures are more appropriate but they require knowledge of price impacts. They may diverge in the presence of distortions. This paper shows that in general equilibrium they are interrelated differing by the price effect of the technological change.
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