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  • Measuring Society
  • Chaitra H. Nagaraja
  • en
  • 01 May 2018
  • 9781138035980

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Characters Ø Measuring Society Avor by discussing the historical background This book provides the reader with a good grasp of these measures Chaitra H Nagaraja is an Associate Professor of Statistics at the Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University in New York Her research interests include house price indices and ineuality measurement Prior to Fordham Dr Nagaraja was a researcher at the US Census Bureau While there she worked on projects relating to the American Community Surve

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Characters Ø Measuring Society Collecting and analyzing data on unemployment inflation and ineuality help describe the complex world around us When published by the government such data are called official statistics They are reported by the media used by politicians to lend weight to their arguments and by economic commentators to opine about the state of society Despite such widescale use explanations about how these measures are constructed are seldom provided for a non technical rea

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