Measurement bias in the Canadian CPI: FB12-7/5-2013E-PDF

"The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is the most commonly used measure of inflation in Canada. The CPI is used to make cost-of-living adjustments in wages and salaries and to index the income tax system and social benefits such as pensions. So it is important that the CPI be as accurate a measure of inflation as possible"--p. [1].

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Title Measurement bias in the Canadian CPI
Series Title Backgrounders
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Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
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Note "May 2013." Title from caption. Issued also in French under title: Les biais de mesure propres à l’IPC canadien.
Date 2013, c2012.
Number of Pages [2] p.
Catalogue Number
  • FB12-7/5-2013E-PDF
Subject Terms Price indexes, Banks