Aggregation of Input Price Subindexes

  • Daniel Primont
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Suppose we are given a set of inputs, denoted by N, for which a complete input price index is defined. The index is complete in the sense that N includes all inputs which enter into the production function. An input price subindex, if defined, is an index for a subset of inputs, N r N.


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