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1998 Revision of the Consumer Price Index
Deborah P. Klein. The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is the principle source of information concerning trends in consumer prices & inflation in the U.S., & is one of the Nationís most important economic indicators. To maintain the accuracy of the CPI, an updating of the index is undertaken approximately every 10 years, the next one occurring in Jan. 1998. Contents: overview; the redesign of the CPI geographic sample; changing the item structure of the CPI; publication strategy for the 1998 revised CPI; revision of the CPI housing sample & estimators; revision of the CPI hospital services component; & new methodology for selecting outlet samples.
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