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2 Economic Indexes

3 Indexes in statistics Indexes are indicators of size comparison of any socio-economic process. Index number measures how much a variable changes over time or in space

4 All indexes can be classified as: n single and composite n time and territorial n aggregate and average n with chain base and fixed base n with chain weight and fixed weight n with variable structure and constant structure

5 Indexes in statistics Index number can be calculated as the ratio of the current value to the base value. The resulting number is usually multiplied by 100 to express the index as a percentage

6 Indexes in statistics n To calculate an index number it is necessary to compare two identical periods of time, for example month with month, year with year

7 The index method is applied to solve the following problems: n study the change of the event in time n carry out spatial comparisons n measure plan fulfillment n indicate the degree of structural changes influence

8 Indexes are subdivided into individual (single) and composite (summary)

9 Individual (single) index is applied to find out the change degree of a separate element of a complex socio-economic process

10 Individual (single) index n It turns out to be a result of a comparison of a simple commodity process. Single index is the dynamic ratio DR, plan ratio PR, plan fulfillment ratio PF or ratio of comparison RCom

11 Notations P – price of a good, q – quantity of sold (produced) goods; pq – value (monetary worth) of sold (produced) goods, turnover; z - unit cost (себестоимость); zq – total cost, t - labor intensiveness (трудоемкость) of producing a good; w – labor productivity; T=tq - labor inputs, or number of employed persons; h = zq/pq – cost per one money unit of good production…

12 Notations f – individual wage or salary; F –wages & salaries fund (compensation of employees); S – cultivated area; y - crop yield; Sy - total harvest, Q – total amount of production or total sales, in natural units or in cost units

13 Individual (single) index n There are many single indexes, first of all we will consider single price index, single quantity index, single value index, single unit cost index, and single labor intensiveness index

14 Single price index n Single price index is expressed by the ratio of price per one unit for one period to the price per one unit of the same commodity for another period. After additional calculations it shows by how many percent the price has been reduced or increased n

15 Individual price index where P 1 – the price of a commodity for the accounting period; P 0 – the price for the basic period

16 Single quantity index (Individual index of physical volume of goods turnover) where q 1, q 0 – quantities of sold (produced) goods in current and base periods, respectively

17 The Single quantity index (Individual index of physical volume of goods turnover) n shows after additional calculations by how many percent the quantity volume has been increased or reduced n Multiplying the single price index and the single quantity index gives us the single value index:

18 Individual index of goods turnover (the single value index) where P 1 q 1, P 0 q 0 – values for current and base periods of time, respectively

19 . The single value index (individual index of goods turnover) after additional calculations shows by how many percent the turnover (of total monetary worth) for one commodity has been increased or reduced

20 Price per unit, rub. Quantity Price per unit, rub. 1,58 1,25 1,00 1,27 1,25 1,5 1,25 1,0 0, АBCАBC 2nd period1st periodGoods Quantity Find the change of prices, sales volumes and turnover for each commodity and for all commodities

21 Single price index for commodity A: Price of commodity A has increased by 25%

22 Single quantity index for commodity A: Sales volume of commodity A has increased by 26.7%

23 Single value index for commodity A: Total monetary worth (turnover) of commodity A has increased by 58.3%

24 We can say that the turnover of commodity A has increased by 58.3% because the sales volume has increased too by 26.7%, and the price per unit has increased by 25%

25 Thus, the change of turnover consists of the price change and quantity change: Turnover, pq 58.3% 26.7% Volume, q Price, p 25%

26 Single cost indexes The next indexing system characterizes the change of total cost, unit cost and quantity volume, it includes single unit cost index, single quantity index and single total cost index

27 Single unit cost index shows by how many percent the cost per one unit has changed: where z 1, z 0 – unit cost in current and base periods, respectively. Single quantity index has been considered above

28 Single total cost index is calculated by the following equation: where z 1 q 1, z 0 q 0 – - total costs (expenses) for current and base periods, respectively

29 Single labor intensiveness index (индекс трудоемкости) and single quantity index are joined by the single labor inputs index

30 Single labor intensiveness (трудоемкости) index shows by how many percent the labor intensiveness increased or reduced

31 This index is an exception to the rule because for constructing it, the labor intensiveness for base period has to be divided by the labor intensiveness for the reporting period:

32 Single quantity index

33 Single labor inputs index could be calculated dividing the single quantity index by the single labor intensiveness index:

34 The above individual, single indexes are used for analysis of one commodity process. However, to analyze commodity set the composite (общие) indexes are required. Composite index combines the individual indicators such as price, quantity and value. Composite index can be expressed by aggregate or average formulas

35 General (composite) index is the relative indicator characterising change of the complex phenomenon, consisting of the elements which can not be added directly

36 The simplest form of a composite index is an aggregate index. An aggregate index is calculated by adding the elements in the composite for the given time period and then dividing this result by the sum of the same elements during the base period

37 Aggregate value index can be calculated using the following equation:, where - total turnover or total monetary worth of all commodities for base and current periods of time, respectively

38 The aggregate quantity index and the aggregate price index are named weighted aggregate indexes,

39 The aggregate quantity index is calculated by adding the volume of all elements in comparable prices for the given time period and then dividing this result by the sum of the same elements during the base period:, where - comparable price (prices for the same period, usually base period)

40 The General index of physical volume of goods turnover The index shows how the total receipts change as the result of change in quantity of goods sold

41 weighting n The weighting allows us to improve the accuracy of the general quantity estimate based on our data set. For constructing the aggregate quantity index, the influence of price should be excluded by means of price fixing during the base period

42 The idea of constructing the general price index The general price index shows how the prices on all considered commodity groups vary on average. It is impossible to add directly prices of various goods, it is necessary to choose a certain indicator to make economic sense in summation action. We use goods turnover or a profit in the role of such an indicator

43 The goods turnover size is influenced by two factors: n price level; n quantity of goods sold. As we are interested to measure only the change of prices, so influence of the second factor should be eliminated. For this purpose the quantity of goods sold is fixed at constant level:

44 Two variants are possible: 1.The quantity of the goods sold is fixed at level of the accounting period: where - Paashe index

45 2. The quantity of the goods sold is fixed at level of the base period: where - Laspeyres price index

46 Aggregate price index in Russian statistics is calculated using the Paashe formula: where - quantity volume of each element for the current period and weighting factor

47 n For constructing the aggregate price index the influence of volume should be excluded by quantity fixation during the current or reporting period. The numerator of the aggregate quantity index and the denominator of the aggregate price index are the same. It expresses the possible total n monetary worth without price changing

48 To get a uniform result Fisher's index is used which is calculated as simple geometric mean from indexes of Paashe and Laspeyres:

49 These indexes represent a system:

50 or

51 Quant -ity Price per unit, rub. Quan- tity Price per unit, rub Total АBCАBC 2nd period1st period Goods

52 The aggregate value index: The total monetary worth (total turnover) has increased by 45.6%. Why? The prices and sales volume have changed

53 The aggregate quantity index: Thus, the total monetary worth (total turnover) has increased by 45.6% while the sales volume has increased by 27.8%

54 The aggregate price index: Thus, prices on three commodities have increased by 13.9%

55 Weighted aggregate quantity index and weighted price index turn into aggregate value index: Thus, the total monetary worth (total turnover) has increased by 45.6% while prices increased by 13,9%, and the sales volume has increased by 27.8%

56 To construct the aggregate indexes it is recommended to apply the following rule: n Constructing the index quantitative indicator, the weights of base period should be used. The example of this index is aggregate quantity index. Constructing the index of qualitative indicator, the weights of reporting period should be used. The examples of this index are aggregate price index, aggregate unit cost index, and aggregate labor intensiveness index

57 The factorial analysis n For the analysis of influence of separate factors on a goods turnover we take a difference between numerator and a denominator of a corresponding general index

58 1. Absolute change of goods turnover (numerator minus denominator from the value index of goods turnover):

59 Factorial analysis n The goods turnover change occurs under the influence of two factors: changes of quantity of the goods sold and price change for a commodity unit. The sum of increases under the influence of these factors should be equal to the total increase in value of goods turnover

60 Factorial analysis n For reception of comparable results it is recommended to observe such sequence of inclusion of factors in the analysis: in the beginning there are quantitative factors (in our case q), then qualitative (P).

61 2. Absolute change in goods turnover at the unfluence of quantity change of the goods sold (numerator minus denominator of the general physical volume of goods turnover index according to Laspeyres):

62 3. Absolute change of goods turnover at the influence of prices change (numerator minus denominator of price index according to Paashe): Here two cases are possible: n economy or n buyers over-expenditure at the expense of the price change

63 Interrelation of absolute values

64 Average harmonic index

66 In this case the general price index is calculated as average harmonic value from individual indexes, where as scales act the values of goods turnover of the accounting period:

67 Total ,040 1,023 0,992 +4,0 +2,3 -0, АБВАБВ Price change % Realization in the current period, rub. Goods

68 Prices of given commdity group in the current period in comparison with the basic period have grown by 1,6%

69 Average arithmetic index

71 In this case the general index of physical volume of goods turnover is calculated as the average arithmetic value from individual indexes of physical volume of goods turnover where as scales act values of goods turnover of the basic period:

72 Total ,936 0,918 1,013 -6,4 -8,2 +1, АБВАБВ Change of the physical volume of realization, % Realization during the current period, rub. Goods

73 Physical volume of realization of given goods on average decreases by 3,6%

74 Indexes of average levels (indexes of variable structure, constant structure and structural shifts)

75 Sale of goods by several firms is considered. Each firm has certain volume of sale and the price. It is required to analyse, how the average price of the goods changes

76 The average price index (the index of variable structure)

77 From the formula of an index of variable structure changes it is visible that the average price changes as a result of action of two factors: n change of the prices in different firms; n change of relative density of firms in total amount of realisation of the goods. Hence, the index of variable structure can be spread out on two subindexes, each of them characterises actions of one of these factors

78 1. A subindex - an index of constant structure. It shows, how the average price changes as a result of price changes in different firms:

79 where n d i – a share of commodities sold by firm i in the total quantity of sales. We used this share in the modified formula of weighted arithmetic mean:

80 2. A subindex - an index of structural shifts. It shows, how the average price changes as a result of relative density change of firms in total sale of the goods (as a result of structural shifts):

81 The listed indexes form system

82 1. Absolute change of the average price estimated as a difference of a dividend and a divider of an index of variable structure.

83 2. Change of the average price at the expense of price changes in different firms is estimated as a difference of a dividend and a divider of an index of the fixed structure:

84 3. Change of the average price at the expense of structural shifts is estimated as a difference of a dividend and a divider of an index of structural shifts:

85 The listed absolute values form a system:

86 Three-factor indexes

87 Cost of material inputs on production depends from: q -quantities of issued production; m -specific expenses of raw materials and materials; p -the prices for raw materials and materials.

88 where z – material inputs on manufacture

89 Index of material inputs on manufacture

90 Index of the output volume

91 Index of specific expenses

92 Index of the raw materals prices

93 These indexes form a system

94 Territorial indexes

95 During construction of territorial indexes there are questions on base of comparison and object at which level it is necessary to fix index weight. These questions can be answered, proceeding from research specific targets. For example, it is necessary to compare price levels of two regions (regions A and B).

96 As scales we take quantity of the goods sold in region A.

97 As scales we take quantity of the goods sold in region B.

98 The given indexes are NOT interconnected among themselves:

99 For reception of uniform result the total sales volume of two regions act as scales.

100 It is possible the construction of a price index on the basis of method called indirect standardization.

101 where -average price for two regions.

102 An index of physical volume of goods turnover. где - веса.

103 Goods turnover index of two regions.

104 Chain and basic indexes

105 If indexes are calculated for the value which is more than two numbers of the periods of time, so they can be received in the basic and chain way. We will consider construction of basic and chain indexes on an example of physical volume of goods turnover index.

106 Individual indexes

107 Let's consider realisation of any goods during the different periods of time.

109 -Quantity of the goods sold in the basic period; -Quantity of the goods sold in the first period and so on.

110 Product of chain indexes gives a basic index of last period of time.

111 General indexes

112 The interrelation noted above is unconditional only for individual indexes. For the general indexes this interrelation will be fair only when the general indexes will be calculated with so-called constant scales.

113 Let there is data about realisation of the several goods for four periods of time.

114 System of basic indexes First period is considered as a basic.

115 System of chain indexes with constant scales

117 System of chain indexes with variable scales

119 I q = i q q 0 p 0 / q 0 p 0 = = / = 0, 964 or 96,4 % Physical volume of sales of given goods decreased on average by 3,6 %

120 The end n Thank you for your kind attention!

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