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introduction to index numbers.

A. J. H. Morrell

introduction to index numbers.

by A. J. H. Morrell

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Published by H.F.L. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Index numbers (Economics)

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB225 .M65
    The Physical Object
    Pagination48 p.
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6052848M
    LC Control Number49016223
    OCLC/WorldCa13276376

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This book provides an introduction to index numbers for statisticians, economists and numerate members of the public. It covers the essential basics, mixing theoretical aspects with practical techniques to give a balanced and accessible introduction to the subject.

Introduction. Index numbers are meant to study changes in the effects of factors which cannot be measured directly. According to Bowley, “Index numbers are used to measure the changes in some quantity which we cannot observe directly”.

For example, changes in business activity in a country are not capable of direct measurement, but it is. Index numbers measure the change in the level of a phenomenon.

Index numbers measure the effect of changes over a period of time. Uses of Index number: Index numbers has practical significance in measuring changes in the cost of living, production trends, trade, and income variations.

Index numbers are used to measure changes in the value of money. History. The Introduction to index numbers. book Book Number (SBN) is a commercial system using nine-digit code numbers to identify books. It was created by Gordon Foster, Emeritus Professor of Statistics at Trinity College, Dublin, for the booksellers and stationers WHSmith and others in The ISBN identification format was conceived in in the United Kingdom by David Whitaker (regarded as the "Father of the Acronym: ISBN.

Basic Index Number Theory A. Introduction The answer to the question what is the Mean of a given set of magnitudes cannot in general be found, unless there is given also the object for the sake of which a mean value is required.

There are as many kinds of average as there areFile Size: KB. Index Number in Statistics An index number is basically a ratio which has the involvement of more than two periods. For every index number, the base year remains the same.

Some of the examples are CPI, WPI, BSE, etc. An index number is generally of two types: simple and composite. An introduction to index numbers. book number expresses the average of all such diverse items in different units.

Second, an index number measures the net increase or decrease of the average prices for the group under study. For instance, if the consumer price index has increased from in as compared to init shows a net increase of 50 per cent in the. Index: An index is an optional but highly desirable element for non-fiction works.

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In order to keep the length of this edition to a reasonable size, Chapters 47–50 have been removed from the printed version of the book. These omitted chapters are freely available by clicking the following link: Chapters 47– In this book, all numbers are integers, unless specified otherwise.

Thus in the next definition, d, n, and k are integers. Definition The number d divides the number n if there is a k such that n = dk. (Alternate terms are: d is a divisor of n, or d is a factor of n, or n is a multiple of d.) This relationship between d and n is.

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