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The Economics of New Goods.

Author: Timothy F Bresnahan; Robert J Gordon
Publisher: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1997.
Series: Studies in income and wealth.
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New goods are at the heart of economic progress. The eleven essays in this volume include historical treatments of new goods and their diffusion; practical exercises in measurement addressed to recent and ongoing innovations; and real-world methods of devising quantitative adjustments for quality change. The lead article in Part I contains a striking analysis of the history of light over two millenia. Other essays  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Timothy F Bresnahan; Robert J Gordon
ISBN: 9780226074184 0226074188
OCLC Number: 476229444
Description: 1 online resource (508 p.)
Contents: The Economics of New Goods; Contents; Prefatory Note; Introduction; I. Historical Reassessments of Economic Progress; II. Contemporary Product Studies; III. Measurement Practice in Official Price Indexes; Contributors; Name Index; Subject Index;
Series Title: Studies in income and wealth.

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New goods are at the heart of economic progress. The eleven essays in this volume include historical treatments of new goods and their diffusion; practical exercises in measurement addressed to recent and ongoing innovations; and real-world methods of devising quantitative adjustments for quality change. The lead article in Part I contains a striking analysis of the history of light over two millenia. Other essays in Part I develop new price indexes for automobiles back to 1906; trace the role of the air conditioner in the development of the American south; and treat the germ theory of disease.

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