Marshall-edgeworth method, Financial Management

Marshall-Edgeworth Method

Marshall-Edgeworth method uses both the current year as well as the base year prices and quantities. Marshall-Edgeworth Index can be computed using the following formula,

Marshall-Edgeworth Index = 2003_marshall edgeworth method1.png x 100

where Q0, Q1, P0 and P1 follow the usual notations.

Marshall-Edgeworth Index

319_marshall edgeworth method.png

Marshall-Edgeworth Index is simple to construct but suffers from the problems in data collection. However, the Marshall-Edgeworth index closely approximates the results obtained by the Fisher's Ideal index.

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