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Comparing the Consistency of Price Parities for Regions of the U.S. in an Economic Approach Framework

  • Bettina Aten
  • Marshall Reinsdorf

    (Bureau of Economic Analysis)

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    Paper presented at the 31st General Conference of IARIW

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