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Manual del índice de precios al consumidor [electronic resource] : Teoría y práctica.

Author/Creator:
International Monetary Fund
Publication:
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2006.
Series:
IMF eLibrary
Format/Description:
Government document
Book
1 online resource (659 p.)
Local subjects:
Access to technology.
Actual expenditures.
Actual inflation.
Additional mortgages.
Aggregate expenditures.
Aggregate supply.
Algebra.
Allocation of expenditure.
Arithmetic.
Behavioural model.
Bookshops.
Bootstrap.
Calculus.
Capital account.
Categories of expenditures.
Causes of disaster.
Central bank.
Central processing units.
Central tendency.
Checking.
Classification of expenditure.
Classifications of expenditure.
Compact disk.
Comparisons of expenditures.
Computation.
Computations.
Computer memory.
Computer processors.
Computer technology.
Confidence interval.
Constant variance.
Consumer durables.
Consumer price index.
Consumer price indexes.
Consumption activities.
Consumption aggregates.
Consumption expenditure.
Consumption expenditures.
Consumption good.
Consumption goods.
Consumption of fixed capital.
Consumption price.
Consumption price index.
Consumption price indices.
Correlation.
Correlations.
Counting.
Covariance.
Covariances.
Current mortgage.
Data analysis.
Data capture.
Data on expenditures.
Data sources.
Data transmission.
Deduction.
Degree of heterogeneity.
Degree of homogeneity.
Descriptive statistics.
Digital video.
Direct expenditures.
Disaster.
Disaster recovery.
Disaster recovery plan.
Disaster recovery plans.
Disposable income.
Distribution of income.
Domestic production.
Duality theory.
Dummy variable.
Dummy variables.
Econometrics.
Email.
Empirical exercise.
Empirical methods.
Enumeration.
Equation.
Equations.
Estimation bias.
Estimation procedure.
European monetary union.
Expenditure.
Expenditure areas.
Expenditure categories.
Expenditure classification.
Expenditure components.
Expenditure data.
Expenditure groups.
Expenditure information.
Expenditure items.
Expenditure level.
Expenditure on goods.
Expenditure on services.
Expenditure pattern.
Expenditure patterns.
Expenditure share.
Expenditure shares.
Expenditure survey.
Expenditure survey data.
Expenditure terms.
Expenditures.
Explanatory power.
Extrapolation.
Extrapolations.
Financial statistics.
Fiscal policy.
Forecasting.
Frequency distributions.
Functional form.
Functional forms.
General price level.
Geographical areas.
Goodness of fit.
Government agencies.
Government agency.
Government consumption expenditure.
Government expenditure.
Gross domestic product.
Gross expenditures.
Hard disk.
Heteroscedasticity.
High inflation.
High-technology industry.
Home owners.
Home ownership.
Horizontal axis.
Household budget.
Household budget surveys.
Household consumption.
Household consumption expenditure.
Household consumption expenditures.
Household expenditure.
Household expenditure survey.
Household expenditures.
Household welfare.
Ideal price index.
Independent variable.
Independent variables.
Inflation.
Inflation rate.
Inflation rates.
Inflationary conditions.
Inflationary pressures.
Information system.
Instrumental variable.
Instrumental variables.
Integral.
Integrals.
Interest rates on mortgages.
Internet.
Investment expenditures.
Journalists.
Least squares regression.
Level of consumption.
Linear model.
Linear models.
Linear regression.
Linear regression model.
Linear regressions.
Linear time.
Logarithm.
Logarithmic functions.
Logarithms.
Mathematical economics.
Mathematical formulae.
Mathematical theory.
Mathematics.
Maximum likelihood estimator.
Mean square.
Measure of inflation.
Measurement error.
Measurement errors.
Measures of central tendency.
Metadata.
Minimization.
Minimum expenditures.
Missing data.
Missing observation.
Missing observations.
Monetary assets.
Monetary flows.
Monetary union.
Monetary value.
Monetary values.
Mortgage.
Mortgage debt.
Mortgage interest.
Mortgage interest payments.
Mortgage interest rate.
Mortgage interest rates.
Mortgage portfolio.
Mortgage principal.
Mortgages.
National expenditure.
New technology.
News.
Newspapers.
Nominal interest rate.
Nominal interest rates.
Normal distribution.
Number of variables.
Number theories.
Number theory.
Numerical analysis.
Numerical integration.
Numerical value.
Numerical values.
Observations.
Optimization.
Ordinary least squares regression.
Outlier.
Outliers.
Packages.
Parameter estimate.
Personal computer.
Personal computers.
Polynomial.
Population parameter.
Population parameters.
Prediction.
Predictions.
Presentations.
Press.
Press releases.
Price inflation.
Price level.
Printing.
Probabilities.
Probability.
Probability distribution.
Probability distributions.
Probability model.
Probability sample.
Processing speed.
Processing speeds.
Product sample.
Publishing.
Purchasing power of money.
Quadratic form.
Quality control.
Random access memory.
Random component.
Random errors.
Random number.
Random sample.
Random samples.
Random sampling.
Random variable.
Random variables.
Randomization.
Rate of change.
Rate of inflation.
Rates of inflation.
Read only memory.
Real interest rate.
Real interest rates.
Real rate of interest.
Real time.
Real value.
Recording.
Regression analyses.
Regression analysis.
Regression equation.
Relative price.
Relative prices.
Representative sample.
Representative samples.
Research methods.
Sample bias.
Sample design.
Sample designs.
Sample mean.
Sample selection.
Sample size.
Sample sizes.
Sample survey.
Sample surveys.
Sample units.
Samples.
Sampling.
Sampling design.
Sampling designs.
Sampling distribution.
Sampling distributions.
Sampling error.
Sampling errors.
Sampling frame.
Sampling frames.
Sampling techniques.
Sampling theory.
Sampling units.
Sampling variance.
Scatter diagram.
Scatter plot.
Sensitivity analyses.
Separability.
Simultaneous equations.
Skewness.
Spectrum.
Standard deviation.
Standard error.
Standard errors.
Statistic.
Statistical data.
Statistical distribution.
Statistical estimation.
Statistical inference.
Statistical method.
Statistical methods.
Statistical organizations.
Statistical package.
Statistical reliability.
Statistical sample.
Statistical sampling.
Statistical significance.
Statistical system.
Statistical technique.
Statistical tests.
Statistical theory.
Statistician.
Statisticians.
Statistics.
Stratification.
Substitution effect.
Supply equation.
Supply equations.
Survey.
Survey sampling.
Surveys.
Technological advances.
Technological change.
Technological developments.
Technological innovations.
Technologies.
Telecommunication.
Television.
Time series.
Total consumption.
Total expenditure.
Total expenditures.
Types of expenditures.
Value of money.
Variable rate mortgages.
Vat.
Web page.
Web pages.
Web sites.
World wide web.
Australia.
Greece.
Sweden.
Summary:
El Índice de Precios al Consumidor (IPC) mide la evolución de los precios al consumidor de los bienes y servicios a través del tiempo. Es una estadística clave para formular tanto políticas económicas, especialmente monetarias, como políticas sociales, y tiene consecuencias importantes y diversas para los gobiernos, las empresas, los trabajadores y los hogares. Este exhaustivo manual proporciona pautas para oficinas de estadística y otras agencias responsables de la elaboración del IPC y explica en profundidad los métodos utilizados para calcularlo. También examina los conceptos y principios económicos y estadísticos necesarios para tomar decisiones eficientes en función de los costos y para apreciar las consecuencias de esas elecciones en toda su magnitud. Es una herramienta valiosa para los encargados de formular políticas y los investigadores, especialmente para aquéllos interesados en los números índice. Las siguientes organizaciones internacionales que se interesan en la medición de la inflación y en las políticas para controlarla colaboraron en la preparación de este manual: la Organización Internacional del Trabajo, el Fondo Monetario Internacional, la Organización de Cooperación y Desarrollo Económicos, la Oficina de Estadística de la Comunidad Europea (Eurostat), la Comisión Económica de las Naciones Unidas para Europa y el Banco Mundial. ----------------------- The consumer price index (CPI) measures the rates at which the prices of consumer goods and services are changing over time. It is a key statistic for purposes of economic and social policymaking, especially monetary policy and social policy, and has substantial and wide-ranging implications for governments, businesses, and workers, as well as households. This important and comprehensive manual provides guidelines for statistical offices and other agencies responsible for constructing CPIs and explains in depth the methods that are used to calculate a CPI. It also examines the underlying economic and statistical concepts and priniciples needed for making choices in efficient and cost-effective ways and for appreciating the full implications of those choices. The following international organizations, concerned both with the measurement of inflation and with policies designed to control it, have collaborated on the preparation of this manual: the International Labour Office; the International Monetary Fund; the Organization for Econmomic Co-operation and Development; the Statistical Office of the European Communities (Eurostat); the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe; and the World Bank.
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Contributor:
International Monetary Fund
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ISBN:
1589063317:
9781589063310
Publisher Number:
10.5089/9781589063310.069
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