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- DescriptionNancy and Richard Ruggles's seminal work on prices has a contemporary relevance for modern-day theorists and practitioners. These carefully selected essays provide a core analysis of pricing systems and the behavior and measurement of prices. Initially, the authors examine pricing systems and the role of prices in the theories of value and income distribution. They examine the theory of marginal cost pricing and the welfare basis of the marginal cost pricing principle before focusing on the problems of measuring price changes over time and space. They also examine the reliability of domestic price statistics and price indices and offer an evaluation of the wholesale price index. They expand this analysis to examine the behavior of prices, costs, wage rates and earnings in the United States ecomy, placing particular emphasis on inflation between 1950 and 1973 and on price stability and ecomic growth. This book will be invaluable to academics, statisticians and policymakers with an interest in micreocomics and pricing.
- Author BiographyNancy D. Ruggles, formerly Senior Research Economist, Institute for Economic and Social Policy Studies, Yale University, US and the late Richard Ruggles, formerly Stanley Resor Professor of Economics, Yale University, US
- Author(s)Nancy D. Ruggles,Richard Ruggles
- PublisherEdward Elgar Publishing Ltd
- Date of Publication25/06/1999
- SubjectEconomics: Professional & General
- Place of PublicationCheltenham
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintEdward Elgar Publishing Ltd
- Content Notefigs.tabs.
- Weight1121 g
- Width234 mm
- Height156 mm
- Spine1270 mm
- Foreword byJames Tobin
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