Dec. CPI gained 0.1%; core rate rose 0.3%
- Improving the CPI: The record and suggested next steps. Popkin, Joel // Business Economics;July97, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p42
Emphasizes the use of a cost-of-living (COLI) concept as the basis for the Consumer Price Index (CPI). Basis of the establishment of Price Research Division at Bureau of Labor (BLS); Most comprehensive academic study about CPI; How the Stigler Committee recommends a COLI concept for CPI.
- The 1998 Revision of the Consumer Price Index. // Family Economics & Nutrition Review;1998, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p64
Presents information on the Consumer Price Index (CPI) in the United States. History of the CPI; Information on the 1998 revision; Geographic area sample; Item structure; Publication strategy.
- Consumer Prices. // Family Economics & Nutrition Review;1999, Vol. 12 Issue 3/4, p116
Presents a chart on the average percentage change of food and consumer prices in the United States from 1990 to June 2000.
- Statements to the Congress. Greenspan, Alan // Federal Reserve Bulletin;May95, Vol. 81 Issue 5, p431
Presents the author's statement before the United States Senate on March 13, 1995, addressing some of the issues surrounding the adjustment of federal programs for movements in the cost of living. Need for an independent commission to set annual adjustment factors; Distinction between the...
- Cheaper gas drives CPI down in August. // Inside Tucson Business;09/18/2000, Vol. 10 Issue 26, p23
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- Consumer Price Index: U.S. city average and available local area data: all items. // Monthly Labor Review;Nov91, Vol. 114 Issue 11, p139
Presents data on consumer price index in various cities in the U.S. from 1990 to 1991. Northeast urban; Chicago, Illinois; New York City; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; San Francisco and Oakland, California; Baltimore, Maryland.
- Annual data: Consumer Price Index, U.S. city average, all items and major groups. // Monthly Labor Review;Nov91, Vol. 114 Issue 11, p140
Presents data on consumer price index in various cities in the U.S., by all items and major groups, from 1982 to 1990. Food beverages; Housing; Apparel and upkeep; Transportation and medical care; Entertainment.
- Editorial. Baker, Carol // Credit Control;1997, Vol. 18 Issue 9, p2
Editorial. Relates the significance of the Retail Price Index as an economic indicator of household expenditures in Great Britain. Historical background; Comparison of statistics; Relevance to consumer credit.
- PHOENIX-MESA CONSUMER PRICES DECREASE 0.2 PERCENT IN SECOND HALF OF 2002. // Compensation & Working Conditions;Aug2002, pN.PAG
Reports on the decline in consumer prices in the greater Phoenix area in Arizona in the second half of 2002. Reasons for the overall consumer price index (CPI) change in the area; Expenditure categories of CPI.
- Using survey data to assess bias in the Consumer Price Index. Krueger, Alan B.; Siskind, Aaron // Monthly Labor Review;Apr98, Vol. 121 Issue 4, p24
Presents an assessment of bias in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) using the Panel Study of Income Dynamics data set. Replication of William Nordhaus' analysis of the CPI focused on family income; Comparison of changes in well being; Cost of living.