List of Figures and Tables XVII
XVII List of figures and tables Figure 1.1.1: General scope and structure of the book 3 Figure 1.1.2: Uses of price statistics and price indices 9 Figure 1.2.1: Indices as ratlos of average prices (as absolute figures) 19 Figure 1.2.2: Behaviour of unweighted indices by type of mean 23 Figure 1.3.1: Price and quantity indices 31 Figure 1.3.2:Conceptual differences in price level measurement 44 Figure 2.1.1: Structure of formal index theories 49 Figure 2.1.2: Some "constructive" approaches in index theory 51 Figure 2.2.1: Family tree of index formulas (according to Köves) 54 Figure 2.2.2: Interpretations of second and third generation indices 60 Figure 2.2.3: Crossing P with an antithesis as finder of formulas 66 Figure 2.2.4: Time reversal test and factor reversal test of second Generation indices (additive block only) 67 Figure 2.3.1: The place of the stochastic approach in index theory 80 Figure 2.3.2: Some "Budget share weighted average models" (BSW) models 83 Figure 2.3.3: Main ideas of the new stochastic approach 89 Figure 2.4.1: Indifference curve and cost minimization of a household in the microeconomic consumption theory 93 Figure 2.4.2: Income escalation at a rate of Kt and a constant structure of prices 101 Figure 2.4.3: Consumer equilibriums No and Nt 103 Figure 2.4.4: "Compensation" according to PL = 2.125 104 Figure 2.4.5: Equal values of functions in x = xo and first order approximation (tangent) 109 Figure 2.4.6: Types of sub-indices 116 Figure 2.5.1: Terminological distinctions referring to chain indices 132 Figure 2.5.2: Traditional ciassification of weighted...
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