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### hedonic

Course: CLASS 4838, Fall 2009
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Measurement &quot;The of Quality Change: Constructing an Hedonic Price Index for Computers Using Multiple Regression Methods&quot;. (Berndt Chapter 4) In this chapter we to apply regression techniques to the construction of hedonic price indexes. The usefulness of the hedonic price index theory will be illustrated with several empirical applications. In particular, we will show how to use hedonic price...

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