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ZONAL INSTITUTE OF

EDUCATION AND TRAINING

Bhubaneswar

STUDY MATERIAL 2012- 13

CLASS XI

ECONOMICS

PATRON : Ms Usha Aswath Iyer

MATERIAL PRODUCTION: Mr. Parsuram Shukla

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STUDY MATERIAL

ECONOMICS

CLASS. XI

Syllabus:

Units

Marks

1.

Introduction

03

2.

12

3.

30

4.

5

50

Part. B

5.

10

6.

08

7.

25

8.

07

50

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UNIT 3

2. Measures of Dispersion

3. Co-relation and Measures of correlation

4. Introduction to Index Numbers.

(Important Terms & Concepts) :1. Average or measures of central Tendency :- It is a value which is a typical or

representative of a set of data. Averages are also called measures of central

tendency, since they tend to lie centrally, with in a set of data arranged according

to magnitude.

2. Functions of Average :

It Facilitates Comparison.

Simplicity in calculation

Easy to understand

Rigidly Defined

Precise Value

which are in common use- Arithmetic Mean, Median and Mode.

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5. Arithmetic Means ( X ):It is the most common type of measures of central tendency. It is obtained by

dividing the sum of all observations in a series by the total numbers of

observations.

6. Calculation of Arithmetic Mean :For Individual series / ungrouped Data :(i)

X

N

Direct Method

(ii) X A

(iii) X A

d' i

N

N

(step Deviation method.)

(i)

fx or fm

f

f

(ii) X A

fd

(iii) X A

fd ' i

( Direct method )

(Assumed Mean Method / Short-cut method.)

(step deviation method)

7. Mathematical Properties Of Arithmetic Mean :The algebraic sum of deviations of items from arithmetic mean X is alwayss

Zero, i.e.

X X 0 .

The Sum of the squared deviations of the item from A.M. is minimum i.e.

2

X X X A

2

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

It is rigidly defined.

It is a calculated value not a positional value.

It is based on all observations.

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It cannot be calculated in open-ended series

It cannot be ascertained graphically.

It sometimes gives misleading and surprising results.

10. MEDIAN:It is defined as the middle value of the series when the data is arranged in

ascending or descending order. In other words, median is that value of the

distribution which divides the group into two equal parts, one part comprising

all greater values and the other comprising values less than the median.

11. Calculation of median:For Individual and Discrete series : N 1

M Size of

th

item.

Median item Size of

2

th

item

N

c. f

M l1 2

i

F

It is not unduly affected by extreme observations

Median can be located graphically with the help of ogives.

It is the most appropriate average in case of open-ended classes.

It is the most suitable average for qualitative measurement such as

intelligence, beauty etc.

It is a positional value and not a calculated value.

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(I) It is not based on all observations of the series since it is a positional average.

(II) It requires arrangement of data, but other averages do not need it.

(III) It can not be computed exactly where the number of items in a series is

even.

14. Related Measures Of Median- Quartiles & Percentiles:Quartiles are the measures which divide the data into four equal parts, each

part contains equal number of observations. There are three quartiles - Q 1, Q2, and

Q3. The 1st quartile denoted by Q 1 is called lower quartile and 25% of the item of

the distribution are below it and 75% of the items are greater than it.

The second quartile is known as median and is denoted by Q 2. It has 50% of the

item above it. The third Quartile is known as Q 3 and it is also called upper Quartile

and 75% of the items are below it and 25% of the items are above it. Thus , Q 1 and

Q3 denote the two items with which central 50% of item lie.

Percentiles divide the series into hundred equal parts. For any series, there

are 99 percentiles denoted by P 1, P2, P3,, P99. P50 is the median value.

15. Calculation of Quartiles and percentiles

For individual and discrete series: N 1

Q1=Size of

4

th

item.

N 1

Q3= Size of 3

4

th

item.

Q1= Size of

4

th

item

N

c. f

Q1 = L1 4

i

f

N

Q3=Size of 3

4

Q3 = L1 +

th

item

N

3 c. f

4

i

f

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16 MODE (Z) :It is defined as the value which occurred most frequently in a series. In other words,

it is the value which has highest Frequency in a distribution. For example : Mode in

the series: 20,21,23,23,23,23,25,26,26 would be 23 as this value occurs most

Frequently than any other value. There is greatest concentration of items around

this value.

17. CALCULATION OF MODE :For Individual Series :(i) To identify the value that occurs most frequently in a series.

(ii) By conversion into discrete series and then identify the value corresponding

to which there is highest frequency.

For Discrete Series:(i) By Inspection method.

(ii) Grouping method.; By preparing grouping table and then preparing

analysis table.

For Continuous Series :(I) Determination of modal class interval by inspection method or grouping

table and analysis table.

(II) Applying the Formula:

Z L1

f1 f 0

i

2 f1 f 0 f 2

F1= frequency of the modal class.

F2= frequency of the class succeeding modal class.

F0= frequency of the class preceding modal class.

i-= size of the class interval.

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(ii) It is not affected by the presence of extreme values .

(iii) It can be located graphically with the help of histogram.

(iv) It can be easily calculated in case of open-ended classes.

19. Demerits of mode:(i) It is not rigidly defined.

(ii) When frequencies of all items are identical, It is difficult to identify the Modal

Value.

(iii) It is not based on all observations.

(iv) Mode is not capable of further algebraic treatment.

20. Relative position of mean, median and mode:The relative position of X , M and Z depends upon the shape of the frequency

distribution which is discussed below.

(i)

i.e.

XMZ.

(ii)

mode are not equal, i.e. X M Z .

(a)

When the distribution is positively skewed, i.e. skewed to the right, then

XMZ.

(b)

When the distribution is negatively skewed, i.e. skewed to the left, then

XMZ.

Note :- The median (m) always lie between arithmetic mean X and mode (Z).

21. Empirical Relationship between x,m and z:

In a moderately asymmetrical distribution, the values of mean, median and mode

are observed to have the following relationship :

Mode = 3 median 2 mean.

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1

Mark Questions :-

1. Define an average?

Ans.

Ans.

Three important types of statistical averages are :Arithmetic Mean, median and mode.

3. What is median?

Ans.

ascending order or in descending order.

4. What is mode ?

Ans.

Ans :

6. Average daily wage of 50 workers of a factory was Rs. 200. Each worker is

given a raise of Rs 20. What is the new average daily wage ?

Ans.

Total increase in wages = 50x20= Rs 1000.

Total wages before increase in wages = 50x200=Rs 10,000.

Total wages after increase in wages= 10,000+1000= Rs 11000.

New average wages

N

50

7.

symmetrical distribution ?

Ans.

In a symmetrical distribution, X M Z

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8.

swewed distribution ?

Ans.

3 / 4 marks Questions : -

9.

Ans.

(ii) It should be simple to compute.

(iii) It should be rigidly (well) defined.

(iv) It should be based on all the observations.

(v) It should not be unduly affected by the extreme values.

(vi) It should be capable of further algebraic treatment.

10.

Arithmetic mean is affected by very large and very small values but median

and mode are not affected by them. Explain.

Ans.

in descending order of magnitude. Mode only takes values at the points

around which the items tend to be most heavily concentrated. Arithmetic

mean takes into account the value of all items (i.e. very large and very small)

in a series. Thus it is only the arithmetic mean which is affected by extreme

values in the series.

11.

(i) Average size of readymade garments.

(ii) Average intelligence of students in a class.

(iii) Average Production in a factory per shift.

(iv) Average wages in an industrial concern.

(v) When the sum of absolute deviations from average is least.

(vi) In case of open-ended frequency distribution

Ans.

(i) Mode, (ii) Median, (iii) Mean(iv) Mean, (V) Median, (vi) Median or mode.

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23. Some Numerical Questions : 1. Calculate Arithmetic mean from the following data using direct and short cut

method / Assumed mean method:

Size:

10

20

30

40

50

60

12

15

Frequency

2. Calculate Arithmetic mean from the following data using step- deviation

method:Size

20-29 30-39

Frequency

10

40-49

50-59

60-69

20,15,25,28,18, 16,30

4. Calculate median of the following data.

Marks :

No of Students:

7

10

13

26

35

22

11

Marks:

10

20

30

40

50

60

No of students:

10

20

Marks:

0-10

No of Students:

10-20

20-30

10

30-40

40-50

4,6,5,7,9,8,10,4,7,6,5,8,7,7,9

8. Calculate mode from the following data

Marks:

No of Students :

0-10

2

10-20

20-30 30-40

8

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10

40-50

8

50-60

5

60-70

2

MEASURES OF DISPERSION :1. Dispersion refers to the variation of the items around an average. According to

Dr Bowley : Dispersion is the measure of variations of items. To quote

CONNOR : - Dispersion is a measure of the extent to which the individual items

vary.

2. Objectives of Dispersion :

(i) To determine the reliability of an average

(ii) To compare the variability of two or more series

(iii) It serves the basis of other statistical measures such as correlation etc.

(iv) It serves the basis of statistical quality control.

3. Properties of a good measure of dispersion:

(i) It should be easy to understand.

(ii) It should be simple to calculate

(iii) It should be uniquely defined.

(iv) It should be based on all observations.

(v) It should not be unduly affected by extreme items.

4. Measures of dispersion may be either absolute or relative.

Absolute measures of dispersion are expressed in the some units in which data

of the series are expressed i.e., rupees kgs, tons etc. where as relative measures

of dispersion are independent of the units of measurement. They are expressed

in percentage these are used to compare two or more series which are expressed

in different units.

5. Absolute measures of dispersion are:(i) Range

(ii) Quartile Deviation

(iii) Mean Deviation

(iv) Standard deviation and variance.

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(ii) Coefficient of Quartile Deviation

(iii) Coefficient of mean Deviation

(iv) Coefficient of standard Deviation

(v) Coefficient of variation

7. Besides the above measures of dispersion there is a graphic method of studying

dispersion, known as Lorenz curve.

8. Range is the simplest measure of dispersion : It is the difference between the largest and smallest value of the distribution.

Computation of range:- It is calculated as

Range = L - S

Coefficient of Range =

LS

.

LS

(ii) It is widely used in statistical quality control.

10. Demerits of Range=

(i) It is affected by extreme values in the series.

(ii) It can not be calculated in case of open-ended series.

(iii) It is not based on all the items of the series.

11.Inter quartile range and quartile deviation are another measures of dispersion.

Inter-quartile range is the difference between the upper quartile Q 3 and lower

quartile Q1. Quartile deviation is half of the difference between the upper quartile

and lower quartile i.e. half of the inter-quartile range.

Computation of Inter-quartile Range and Quartile Deviation:Inter- quartile Range:- Q 3 Q1

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Q3 Q1

2

Q3 Q1

3

1

12. Merits of Quartile Deviation:(i) It is easy to compute.

(ii) It is less affected by extreme items

(iii) It can be computed in open-ended series.

13. Demerits of Quartile Deviation :(i) It ignores half i.e. 50% of the items.

(ii) It is useful only for rough study.

(iii) It is not based on all observations.

14. Mean deviation :- It is defined as the arithmetic average of the absolute

deviations (ignoring signs) of the various items from a measure of central

tendency ; i.e. mean or median. Generally, mean deviation is calculated from

median because the sum of the absolute deviations taken from median is

minimum or least.

15. Computation of mean Deviation :- It is computed as:Individual series /ungrouped data:MD

D

N

Discrete/Continuous series :- MD

f D

N

MD

Coefficient of M.D. = MD X or M

16. Merits of mean Deviation:(i) It is based on all observations.

(ii) It is least affected by extreme items.

(iii) It is simple to understand and easy to calculate.

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(ii) It can not be computed with open - ended series.

(iii) It is not well defined measure because it is calculated from different

averages (Mean, Median & Mode)

(iv) It is difficult to compute when X or M comes in fractions.

18. Standard deviation =- It is the most widely used measure of dispersion. It is

defined as the positive square root of the arithmetic average of the squares of

deviations taken from the mean. Variance is another measure of dispersion. It

2

= 2

i

X X

(ii)

d 2 d

(iii)

d '2 d '

(iv)

X 2 X

N

2

n Or

X 2 X

For Discrete continuous series:-

F X X

(i)

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f d 2 fd

f d '2 fd '

f X 2 fX

19. The important properties of standard deviation are:(i) The standard deviation of 1st n natural number is given by

1 n2 1

12

(ii) The standard deviation is computed from A.M. because the sum of squares

of the deviations taken from the A.M. is least.

(iii) If a constant a is added or subtracted from each item of a series then S.D.

remains unaffected i.e. S.D. is independent of the change of origin.

(iv) If each item of a series is multiplied or divided by a constant a the S.D. is

affected by the same constant i.e. S.D. is affected by change of scale.

20. Merits of standard Deviation :(i) It is rigidly defined.

(ii) It is based on all observations where as range and quartile- deviations are

not based on all items.

(iii) It takes algebraic signs in consideration where as these are ignored in meanDeviation.

(iv) It can be algebraically manipulated , i.e. we can find the combined S.D. of

two or more series.

(v) It serves the basis of other measures like correlation etc.

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21. Demerits of standard deviation:(i) As compared to range and quartile deviation, it is difficult to understand

and compute.

(ii) It gives more importance to extreme items.

22.

comparing the variability of two or more series. Computation of coefficient

of variation:- It is computed as: Coefficient of variation (C.V.)=

23.

100

utility in the study of degree of inequality in the distribution of income and

wealth between the countries. It is also useful for comparing the distribution

of wages, profits etc over different business groups. It is a cumulative

percentage curve in which the percentage of frequency (persons or workers)

is combined with the percentage of other items such as income, profits,

wages etc.

Selected Questions

1. What do you mean by dispersion ?

2. What is range?

3. What is meant by quartile deviation?

4. What do you mean by mean deviation?

5. What do you mean by standard deviation?

6. What is variance ?

7. What is relative measure of dispersion?

8. What is coefficient of variation?

9. What is a Lorenz curve?

10. If Q1=41, Q3=49, find the value of coefficient of Quartile deviation.

11. Name the important absolute and relative measures of dispersion.

12. Why standard deviation is measured from the mean?

13. Find out the standard deviation, if variance is, 1444 ?

14. Write the formula of calculating mean deviation from mean.

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16. Name the various measures of dispersion. Explain the merits and demerits

of any two .

17. From the following data, calculate range and coefficient of range.

Marks:

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

No of students

12

30

10

18. Calculate quartile deviation and coefficient of quartile deviation from the

data given below.

320, 400 450

530

550

580

600

610

700

780

800

19. Find out mean deviation of the following data (use median method)

Item

12

18

25

35

47

55

62

75

Frequency

12

15

23

16

18

31

12

20. Calculate mean and standard deviation from the following data:Class interval:

0-10

Frequency:

10-20

20-30

13

16

30-40

40-50

Income

No. of persons:

100

200

400

500

800

80

75

50

30

20

23. Find the mean deviation from the median and its coefficient for the following

data :

Class interval:

Frequency:

10-19

3

20-29

4

30-39

40-49

50-59

2

24. Calculate mean and standard deviation from the following data :

C.I.

10-20

20-30

30-40

40-50

F:

13

16

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Correlation Analysis: 1.

between two or more variables. If the two variables, X and Y change (vary) in

such a way that with a change in value of one variable the values of the other

variable also change, then they are said to be correlated.

2.

i.

ii. We can estimate the value of one variable on the basis of the value of

another variable correlation serves the basis of regression.

iii. Correlation is useful for economists. An economist specifies the relationship

between different variables like demand and supply, money supply and

price level by way of the correlation.

3.

never be interpreted as implying cause and effect relationship between two

variables. The presence of correlation between two variables X and Y simply

means that when one variable is found to change in one direction, the value of

the other variable is found to change either in same direction or in the opposite

direction.

4.

Positive and Negative Correlation :Correlation is classified into positive and negative correlation when two

variables move in the same direction, i.e. if the value of Y increases ( or

decreases) with an increase (or decrease) in the value of X, they are said to be

positively related. On the other hand when two variables move in the opposite

direction i.e. if the value of variable X increase (or decrease) with the decrease

or increase in the value of Y variable, they one said to be negatively correlated.

5.

Linear and Non- linear correlation:Correlation may be linear or non-linear . If the amount of change in one variable

tends to have a constant relation with the amount of change in the other

variable then the correlation is said to be liner. It is represented by a straight

line. On the otherhand if the amount of change in one variable does not have

constant proportional relationship to the amount of change in the other

variable, then the correlation is said to be non-linear or curvi-linear.

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6. Simple , multiple and partial correlation :Correlation may also be simple, multiple and partial correlation. When two

variables are studied to determine correlation, it is called simple correlation on

the other hand when more than two variables are studied to determine the

correlation it is called multiple correlation. When correlation of only two variables

is studied keeping other variables constant, it is called partial correlation.

7. Methods of studying correlation :- The correlation between the two variables

can be determined by the following three methods:(a) Scatter diagram

(b) Karl Pearsons method of correlation coefficient

(c) Spearmans method of Rank correlation.

8. Scatter Diagram: It is a graphic (or visual) method of studying correlation. To

construct a scatter diagram, x. variable is taken on X axis and Y Variable is taken

on Y-axis. The cluster of points so plotted is referred to as a scatter diagram. In a

scatter diagram, the degree of closeness of scatter points and their overall

direction gives us an idea of the nature of the relationship:(i)

If the dots move from left to the right upwards, correlation is said to be

positive where as the movements of dots from left to right downward

indicates negative correlation.

(ii)

(iii)

the idea:-

(iv)

Dots falling close to each other in a straight line indicate high degree of

correlation.

(i) (a) Y

(i) (b) Y

Positive correlation

Negative correlation

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(ii) (a) Y

(ii) (b) Y

X

Perfect Positive correlation

(iii)

X

No correlation

is an important and widely used method of studying correlation. Karl pearson

has measured the degree of relationship between the two variables with help of

correlation coefficient. Coefficient of correlation measures the degree of

relationship between the two variables.

Computation of Karl pearsons coefficient of correlation :- The various formulae used

to calculate coefficient of correlation (r) are : (i) When deviations are taken from mean

r

XY

X 2 . Y 2

r

X X Y Y

2

2

X X Y Y

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(ii)

r

N dxdy dx . dy

N . dx 2 dx

N . dy 2 dy

(iii)

r

N . dx'2

Where dx'

(iv)

dx'

N . dy '2

dy'

dx

dy

, dy '

ix

iy

r

N xy x . y

N . x 2 x

N . y 2 y

karl- pearsons coefficient of correlation are : (i) The correlation coefficient is independent of the units of measurement of

the variables:(ii) The value of co-relation coefficient(r) lies between +1 and -1.

(iii) The correlation coefficient is independent of the choice of both origin and

scale of observations.

(iv) The correlation coefficient of the variables x and y is symmetric,

i.e; rxy ryx .

11. Advantages of karl Pearsons method:Karl persons method assumes a linear relationship between two variables x

and y. If r = 0, it simply means there is no linear correlation between x and y.

There may exist quadratic or cubic relationship between x and y. The most

important advantage of this method is that it gives an idea about co-variation

of the values of two variables and also indicates the direction of such

relationships.

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finding out correlation between different qualitative attributes of a variable.

This is known, as rank correlation coefficient. When a group of individuals are

arranged according to their degree of possession of a character (say, beauty,

intelligence etc), they are said to be ranked. Spearmans formula for ranks

correlation coefficient in as follows:(A) When Ranks are not repeated :R 1

6 D 2

N3 N

6 D 2

M 3 M ........

12

R 1

3

N N

N = number of individuals in each series.

13. The most important advantage of rank correlation method is that it can be

used when quantitative measurement is not possible.

Important Questions :(1) What is correlation?

(2) When are the two variables said to be in perfect correlation?

(3) Define karl- Pearsons coefficient of correlation

(4) Mention any two properties of karl Pearsons coefficient of correlation.

(5) Define covariance ?

(6) Can simple correlation coefficient measure any type of relationship?

(7) What is the difference between liner and non-liner correlation?

(8) What is scatter Diagram method and how is it useful in the study of

correlation ?

(9) State the merits of Spear Mans Rank - Correlation ?

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(11) Draw a scat ter Diagram and indicate the nature of correlation

(12)

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

Marks in Economics

15

18

21

24

27

25

25

27

31

32

(13) Calculate karl- persons coefficient of correlation between the two variable

x and y and interpret the result.

X

24

26

32

33

35

30

15

20

22

24

27

24

(14) Calculate the Coefficient of Spear Mans rank correlation from the given

data : X:

20

10

70

60

45

29

50

Y:

60

63

26

35

43

59

37

48

33

40

16

16

65

24

16 27

Y:

13

13

24

15

20

19

Index Numbers : MEANING OF INDEX NUMBERS : Index numbers are devices which measure the change in the level of a phenomenon

with respect to time, geographical location or some other characteristic. An index

number is a statistical device for measuring changes in the magnitude of a group of

related variables. It is a measure of the average change in a group of related variables

over two different situations.

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Definitions of Index Numbers : In the words of Edge worth, Index number shows by its variation the changes

in a magnitude which is not susceptible either of a accurate measurement in itself

or of direct valuation in practice.

In the words of Tuttle, An index number is a single ratio (usually in

percentage)which measures the combined (i.e., averaged) change of several

variables between two different times, places or situations.

Features/Characteristics of Index Numbers:Index numbers are specialized averages.

Index numbers are expressed in percentages.

Index numbers measure the effect of changes in relation to time or place.

PROBLEMS IN CONSTRUCTION OF INDEX NUMBERS:

Selection of Base Year. Base year is the reference year. It is the year with which

price of the Current year are compared.

(i) The base period should be a normal year.

(ii) The difference between base year and current year should not be too long.

(iii) Fixed Base or Chain Base.

(i) The commodities selected should be representative of the tastes, habits

and customs of the people for whom the Index is meant.

(ii) The total number of items should be neither too small nor too large,

because if it is too small, then the index number will not be representative

and if it is too large, the more representative shall be the index but at the

same time the greater shall be the cost and the time taken.

(iii) The standardized or graded commodities should be selected to arrive at

meaningful and valid comparisons.

(iv) Selection of Prices of the goods and services (Price Quotations)

V) There are two methods, in which price can be quoted:- (Price Quotations)

(i) Money prices

(ii) Quantity prices

Selection of the Average

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weight i.e.

(i) Fishers Method

Index numbers can be constructed with the help of the many Formulae.

Such as : (1)

(3)

Paasches Method

Price Index Numbers:i.

The wholesale price index number reflects the general price level for a group

of items taken as a whole. In India, it is the most popular price index used in the

business industry and policy market. It acts as an indicator of the rate of inflation.

ii.

The retail price index number reflects the general changes in the retail prices

of various items including food, housing, clothing, and so on. The Consumer Price

Index, a special type of retail price index, is the primary measure of the cost of

living in a country.

METHODS OF CONSTRUCTING PRICE INDEX NUMBERS

i.

ii.

iii.

as:

(i) Aggregative Method;

(ii) Average of Relatives Method.

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1. Simple (Unweighted) Index Numbers

(a) Simple Aggregative Method

(a) Weighted Aggregative Method

Relatives Method

Method

This is the simplest method of constructing index numbers. In this method,

aggregate prices of all the selected commodities in the current year are divided by

the aggregate prices in the base year and Multiplied by 100 to get Index.

The steps in the constructions of such an index are:

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

P01

PI 100

P0

Where,

P01= Index number of the current year.

P0 =Total of the base years price of all commodities.

Limitations of Simple Aggregative of Actual Price Method:i.

ii.

iii.

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P1 .

Simple Average of Price Relatives Method : This index is an improvement over the simple aggregative price index because

it is not affected by the unit in which prices are quoted.

Price relative : A price relative is percentage ratio between price of commodity in

the current year and that in the base year

Pr ice relative ( P01 )

100

BaseYear Pr ice P0

Price Index number of the Current year find out by using the

following formula :

P

P01

P1 100

N

P1

0

N = Number of goods

P = Current Year Value

1

0

Merits

This index has the following advantages over the simple aggregate price index:

(I)

The value of this index is not affected by the units in which prices of

commodities are quoted. The Price relatives are pure numbers and, therefore,

are independent of the original units in which they are quoted.

not influence the index number.

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Demerits

(i) As it is an unweighted index, each price relative is given equal importance.

However, in actual practice, a few price relatives are more important than

others.

(ii) Difficulty is faced with regard to the selection of an appropriate average.

WEIGHTED INDEX NUMBERS

Weighted index numbers can be constructed by two methods:

(i) Weighted Aggregative Method; and

(ii) Weighted Average of Price Relatives Method.

Weighted Aggregative Method

1. Laspeyres method

2. Paasches Method

3. Fishers Ideal Method

1.

Laspeyres Method

Mr. Laspeyres in 1871 gave an weighted aggregated index, in which weights are

represented by the quantities of the commodities in the base year. It helps in

answering the question that, if the expenditure in the base year on a basket of

commodities was Rs.100, then, how much should be that expenditure in the current

period on the same basket of commodities.

Formula:

P01

P1q0 100

P0 q0

Steps:

1. Multiply the current year prices (p 1) by base year quantity weights (q 0) and

total all such products to get

p1q0 .

2. Similarly , multiply the base year prices p0 by base year quantity weightss

3. Divided p1q0 by p0q0 and multiply the quotient by 100. This will be

the index number of the current year.

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2.

1

which weights are determined by quantities in the given year. It helps in answering

the question that, if the current period basket of commodities was consumed in

the base period and if we were spending Rs 100 on it, how should be the expenditure

in current period on the same basket of commodities.

Formula:

P01

P1q1 100

P0q1

Steps :

1. Multiply the current year prices (p 1) by current year quantities (q 1) and

total all such products to get

p1q1 .

and obtain the total to get

p0q1 .

3. Divide p1q1 by p0 q1 and multiply the quotient by 100. This will be the

index number of the current year.

3.

Fishers Method

used both base year as well as Current Year quantities (q , q ) as weight.

0

Prof. Irving fisher has given a number of formulae for constructing index

numbers and of these, he calls one as the ideal index. The Fishers Ideal Index is

given by the following formula:

P01

P1q0 P1q1

P0q0 P0q1

100

From the above formula, it is clear that Fishers Ideal Index is the geometric

mean of the Laspeyre and Paasche indices.

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1. It is based on variable weights.

II. It takes into consideration the price and quantities of both the base year

and current year.

III. It is based on geometric mean which is regarded as best mean for calculating

Index number.

IV. It satisfies both the time reversal test and Factor reversal test.

CONSUMER PRICE INDEX (CPI)

Meaning : The consumer price index numbers are also called (i) Cost of Living Index

Numbers, (ii) Retail Price Index Numbers, or (iii) Price of Living Index Numbers. They

are designed to measure effects of change in prices of a basket of goods and services

on purchasing power of a particular section of the society during any given (current)

period with respect to some fixed (base) period. Consumer Price Index reflects the

average increase in the cost of the commodities consumed by a class of people so

that they can maintain the same standard of living in the current year as in the base

year.

In India, the consumer price Indices are constructed for the following consumer

groups.

I.

III. Agricultural Labourers (AL)

Methods of Constructing CPI:i.

Aggregate Expenditure Method

This method is similar to the Laspeyres method of constructing weighted

index. To apply this method, the quantities of commodities by the particular group

in the base year are estimated and these figures are used as weights. Then, the

total expenditure on each commodity for each year (base and current) are calculated.

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p1q0 100

.

p0q0

1

O

0

1.

Multiply prices of the base year (p 0) with quantities of the base year (q 0) and

add it to get aggregate expenditure for the base year

p0q0 ;

2.

Multiple prices of the current year(p 1) with quantities of the base year (q 0)

3.

of base year

In this method, the family budgets of a large number of people , for whome

the index is meant, are carefully studied. Then, the aggregate expenditure of an

average family on various commodities is estimated. These values constitute the

weights.

Consumer Price Index

RW

W

W = weights of various items

The steps involved in this method are:

1. Calculate price relatives for the current year (p 1/p0x100) and denote it by R;

2. Multiplying the price in the base year (p 0) with quantity in the base year (q 0) to

calculate the weight of a commodity, i.e. to get W;

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3. Multiply the price relatives (R) with weight (W) of each commodity and obtain

its total to get

RW ;

W ;

RW

W

1. Consumer price index numbers helps in wage negotiations, formulation of wage

policy, price policy, rent control, taxation and general economic policy

formulation.

2. The government and business units use the consumer price index numbers to

regulate the Dearness allowance (D.A.) or grant of bonus to the employees in

order to compensate them for increased cost of living due to price rise.

3. The CPI are used to measure purchasing power of the consumer in rupees. The

purchasing power of the rupee is the value of a given year as compared to a base

year. The formula for calculating the purchasing power of the rupee is:

Purchasing Power=1/ Consumer Price Index X 100

It indicates that money purchasing power is the reciprocal of the price index.

Accordingly, if the consumer price index for a given year is 140, then purchasing

power of a rupee is 1/ 140 x 100 = 0.71. That is, the purchasing power of a rupee

in given year is 71 paisa as compared to the base year.

4. With the increase in prices, the amount of goods and services which money wages

can buy (or the real wages) goes on decreasing. Index numbers tell us the change

in real wages. Real wages can also be determined, in the following manner:

Real Wages = Money Wages/Consumer Price Index X 100

5. Consumer Price index numbers are also used for analyzing markets for particular

kinds of goods and services.

INDEX OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION

Index numbers of industrial production have become fairly common these

days. The index number of industrial production measure change in the level of

industrial production comprising many industries.

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q1 W

100

Where,

q1 = Level of production in the current year

q0 = Level of production in the base year

w = Weight or relative importance of industrial output

USES OF INDEX NUMBERS:1. Helps in Policy Formulation

2. Index numbers act as Economic Barometers

3. Help in studying trends and forecasting demand and supply

4. To measure and compare changes

5. Index numbers help to measure purchasing power

6. Index numbers help in deflating various values

7. Indicator of rate of Inflation.

LIMITATIONS OF INDEX NUMBERS : 1. Provides relative changes only

2. Lack of Perfect Accuracy

3. Difference between purpose and method of construction

4. Ignores qualitative changes

5. Manipulations are possible

WHOLESALE PRICE INDEX NUMBERS: (WPI) Wholesale price index numbers are those price index numbers which measure

the general changes in the wholesale prices of goods in a country.

Groups of Commodities for Wholesale Price Index (WPI):1. Primary Articles : Ex : Rice, Fruits, Pukes, vegetables and non - food articles

like cotton, Jute.

2. Energy Articles : Ex. : LPG, Electricity, Petroleum of Coal.

3. Manufactured Articles : Ex. : Textiles, Sugar, Paper Machinery & Chemicals.

Utility of Wholesale Price Index Number:1. Indicator of Inflaction

2. Forecasting Demand and Supply

3. Helps in determining real changes in aggregates

4. Useful in Cost Evaluation of various projects

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the general price level over a period of time.

Index Number of Agricultural Production:It is a weighted average of quantity relatives. It provides a ready reckoner of

the performance of agricultural sector. Its base period is the triennium ending 198182. In 2003-02, the index number of agricultural production was 179.5. It means

that agricultural production has increased by 79.5 percent over the average of the

three years 1979-80, 1980-81 and 1981-82.

Sensex:The sensex, short from of the Bombay stock Exchange (BSE)- Sensitive Index,

is a market capitalization weighted index of 30 stocks, representing a sample of

large, well established and financially sound companies. It is the oldest index in

India and has acquired a unique place in the collective consciousness of investors.

The index is widely used to measure the performance of the Indian stock markets.

Sensex is considered to be the pulse of the Indian stock markets. The base value of

the Sensex is 100 on April 1, 1979, and the base year of BSE-Sensex is 1978-79.

Sensex is a useful guide for investors in the stock market. If the sensex rises, it

indicates that the market is doing well and investors are optimistic of the future

performance of the economy.

Human Development Index:The Human Development Index (HD) is an combining normalized measures

of life expectancy, literacy, educational attainment, and GDP per capita for countries

worldwide. It is claimed as a standard means of measuring human development.

The basic use of HDI is to rank countries by level of human development, which

aims to determine whether a country is a developed, developing, or underdeveloped

country.

Producer Price Index:Producer Price Index measures the average change of the selling prices of

producers who sell goods. To compute this index, the mean of all changes over a

year is usually taken. It measures the price changes according to the producers

perspective. It concentrates on the area of industry based production and stage of

processing based companies.

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Some selected questions:Short Answer type Questions (3-4 Marks each): 1. What are the desirable properties of the base period?

2. Why is it essential to have different CPI for different categories of consumers?

3. Discuss the limitations of simple aggregative of actual price method.

4. Discuss the merits and demerits of average price relative index.

5. Mention the steps involved for calculating index number by Laspeyres

Method.

6. Why Fishers method is considered to be an ideal method?

7. Mention the difficulties in construction of consumer price index.

8. Write a short note on index of industrial production.

9. Explain clearly the classification of commodities in the formation of wholesale

price index.

10.Write a short note on inflation and index Numbers.

Very Short Answer type Questions (1 Mark each):1. Define index number.

2. State any one feature of index numbers.

3. Define base period.

4. What are three types of index numbers?

5. What is the difference between a price index and quantity index?

6. State any one limitation of index number?

7. Mention the types of price index numbers?

8. What is the difference between unweighted and weighted index numbers?

9. What is meant by price relative?

10. What does a Consumer price index for industrial workers measure?

11. Whether change in price is reflected by price index number?

12. State any one use of index number.

13. Mention one problem in constructing index numbers.

14. What does consumer price index number reflect ?

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1. Construct cost of living Index on the basis of the following data

Items

Price

Weights

Wheat

241

10

Rice

150

Pulses

170

Oil

125

Milk

40

(i)

Laspeyres Method

(ii)

Poasches Method

(iii)

Fishers Method

Items

Base Year

Current Year

Quantity

Price

Quantity

Price

10

3. Construct cost of living Index for 2006 based on 2011 from the following data.

Group

of 2011 (based

on 2006)

122

140

112

116

106

Weights

32

10

10

42

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