C

Cable television, 90

Canada, 45, 76, 80, 154

Capital-market constraints, 24

Capital service flows, 99

Capital stock, 94, 171

Care services, 3

noncompensated, 126

Census Bureau, 7, 28, 53, 94, 102

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, 119

Chain-weighted quantity indexes, 34

Child care, 58, 64, 66, 81, 90, 105

Child Development Supplement of the Panel Study of Income Dynamics, 89

Children

commitment to bear and raise, 92

as human capital, family inputs to the development of, 88–90

time use by, 90

Cholesterol intake, 129

CIPSEA. See Confidential Information Protection and Statistical Efficiency Act of 2002

Citizenship, personal habits of, 87

Civility, 87

Classification of goods and services, 25–26

Cleaning services, 19

Cleanliness, 61–62.

See also Home cleanliness;

Outdoor cleaning

Cognitive skills, 115

current, 109

Collective goods, 141

Comparability, across countries, 16

Competitive pressures, 24

Compulsory schooling requirements, 106

Computers, 57, 89

Conceptual framework

for the family’s role in the production of human capital, 79–81

for the government and private nonprofit sectors, 143–146

Conceptual framework for education, 94–97

education inputs and outputs, market and nonmarket, 96

Conceptual framework for health, 119–125

broader approach, 122–125

health inputs and outputs of market and nonmarket, 124

market-oriented approaches, 120–122

national health expenditures, 121

Conceptual issues, 5–6, 23–37

assigning prices, 28–34

classifying goods and services, 25–26

counting and valuation issues, 34–36

externalities, 26–27

implications of double-entry bookkeeping, 24–25

marginal and total valuation, 36–37

measuring quantities, 27–28

Confidential Information Protection and Statistical Efficiency Act of 2002 (CIPSEA), 159

Constructed health expenditure accounts, 13

Consumer durables, 72

Consumer Expenditure Survey, 52, 91

Consumer Price Index (CPI), 77, 119n

Consumption value, 71

Cost-of-disease approach, treatment-based, 122

Counting issues, 34–36

CPI. See Consumer Price Index

CPS. See Current Population Survey

Cross-country comparisons, 110

Cross-household variation, 60

Current Population Survey (CPS), 46–48, 51, 53, 126, 146–147, 160

D

Data needs, 6–8

for future environmental directions, 174–175

in the government and private nonprofitsectors, 159–160

in health, 140

Data needs in home production, 76–78

input quantities and prices (time use), 76–77

output quantities and prices, 77–78

Day care, 83

Death, causes of, 124

Degradation, valuing, 169

Demographic data, 7, 27–28, 52–54, 130–131

recommendations for, 7–8, 53–54

Department of Agriculture, 91

Department of Commerce, 19

Department of Defense, 145

Department of Health and Human Services, 136

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, 119, 136n

National Health Accounts, 120

Department of Labor, 19



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