CRIWConference on Research in Income and Wealth
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The main activity of the CRIW is to hold annual conferences on subjects defined by the conference membership.
The influence of this critique is evident in the CRIW conference, The Economics of New Goods.
The problems associated with the measurement of service sector output represent another item of "old business" on the CRIW agenda.
While the coverage is quite broad, the organizers designed the mix of papers to depict the breadth of issues facing economic science and to portray milestones of past CRIW achievement.
This omission is puzzling because CRIW has been concerned with these issues since its inception.