from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Same as hedonic.


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  • But then again, so do we here in the U.S. - it is just that food and energy are excluded from "core" inflation and other prices are 'hedonical ­ly' adjusted for quality improvemen­ts, which makes prices for say computers and washing machines appear lower than they actually are.

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