- Title Pages
- National Bureau of Economic Research
- Prefatory Note
1Using Scanner Data to Improve the Quality of Measurement in the Consumer Price Index
2Scanner Indexes for the Consumer Price Index
3Price Collection and Quality Assurance of Item Sampling in the Retail Prices Index
4Estimating Price Movements for Consumer Durables Using Electronic Retail Transactions Data
- Roundtable Discussion
5High-Frequency Substitution and the Measurement of Price Indexes
6Using Scanner Data in Consumer Price Indexes Some Neglected Conceptual Considerations
7What Can the Price Gap between Branded and Private-Label Products Tell Us about Markups?
8The Long Shadow of Patent Expiration
9The Measurement of Quality-Adjusted Price Changes
10Hedonic Regressions: A Consumer Theory Approach
11Price Index Estimation Using Price Imputation for Unsold Items
- Author Index
- Subject Index
- Scanner Data and Price Indexes
- University of Chicago Press
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