|aThe economics of new goods /|cedited by Timothy F. Bresnahan and Robert J. Gordon.
|aChicago :|bUniversity of Chicago Press,|cc1997.
|ax, 494 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aStudies in income and wealth ;|vv. 58
|aIncludes bibliographical references and indexes.
|aDo real-output and real-wage measures capture reality? : the history of lighting suggests not / William D. Nordhaus -- Quality adjusted prices for the American automobile industry : 1906-1940 / Daniel M.G. Raff and Manuel Trajtenberg -- The welfare implications of invention / Walter Y. Oi -- Science, health, and household technology : the effect of the Pasteur revolution on consumer demand / Joel Mokyr and Rebecca Stein -- Valuation of new goods under perfect and imperfect competition / Jerry A. Hausman -- Bias in U.S. import prices and demand / Robert C. Feenstra and Clinton R. Shiells --The roles of marketing, product quality, and price competition in the growth and composition of the U.S. antiulcer drug industry / Ernst R. Berndt, et al. -- From superminis to supercomputers : estimating surplus in the computing market / Shane M. Greenstein -- New products and the U.S. consumer price index / Paul B. Armknecht, Walter F. Lane, and Kenneth J. Stewart -- The construction of basic components of cost-of-living indexes / Marshall B. Reinsdorf and Brent R. Moulton -- New goods from the perspective of price index making in Canada and Japan / Andrew Baldwin, et al.
|aConsumer price indexes|vCongresses.
|aBresnahan, Timothy F.
|aGordon, Robert J.|q(Robert James),|d1940-
|3Table of contents|uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/uchi051/96027822.html