From: gerald_a_levy (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Nov 06 2002 - 09:04:19 EST
Re : Hi Simon. As always, it's good to hear from you. > Jerry asked what others think. I think Andy is quite right here (and it's > independent of the rest of his take on value theory). The issue is merely > to distinguish between an index at constant prices and an index at current > prices. Now I am confused -- even more so than before. You write that "Andy is quite right here" but -- as far as I can tell -- Andy spoke not at all to the issue of indexing at constant prices and current prices in  and . Am I missing something? You disagree with my interpretation but do you agree with Andy's (and does Andy agree with your interpretation?)? Would anyone else care to throw her/his hat into the pile? In solidarity, Jerry PS: I'm afraid I haven't read Alfredo's latest book yet and consequently can't comment on his interpretation of these distinction.
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