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Deconstructing the Computer: Report of a Symposium Appendix C Bibliography Aizcorbe, Ana, Kenneth Flamm, and Anjum Khurshid. 2002. “The Role of Semiconductor Inputs in IT Hardware Price Decline: Computers vs. Communications.” Federal Reserve Board Finance and Economics Series Discussion Paper 2002-37. August. Archibald, Robert B., and William S. Reece. 1979. “Partial Subindexes of Input Prices: The Case of Computer Services.” Southern Economic Journal 46(October):528–540. Baily, M. N., and R. Z. Lawrence. 2001. “Do We Have an E-conomy?” NBER Working Paper 8243. April 23. Bapco. 2002. “SYSmark ® 2002: An Overview of SYSmark 2002 Business Applications Performance Corporation.” Available at http://www.bapco.com/SYSmark2002Methodology.pdf. Accessed February 19, 2003. Bard, Yonathan, and Charles H. Sauer. 1981. “IBM Contributions to Computer Performance Modeling.” IBM Journal of Research and Development 25:562–570. Barzyk, Fred. 1999. “Updating the Hedonic Equations for the Price of Computers.” Working Paper of Statistics Canada, Prices Division. November 2. Bell, C. Gordon. 1986. “RISC: Back to the Future?” Datamation 32(June):96–108. Benkard, C. Lanier. 2001. A Dynamic Analysis of the Market for Wide Bodied Commercial Aircraft. Stanford: Graduate School of Business, Stanford University. June. Berndt, Ernst R., and Zvi Griliches. 1993. “Price Indexes for Microcomputers: An Exploratory Study.” In Murray F. Foss, Marilyn Manser, and Allan H. Young, eds. Price Measurements and Their Uses. Studies in Income and Wealth 57:63–93. Chicago: University of Chicago Press for the National Bureau of Economic Research. Berndt, Ernst R., Zvi Griliches, and Neal Rappaport. 1995. “Econometric Estimates of Prices in Indexes for Personal Computers in the 1990s.” Journal of Econometrics 68:243–268.

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