Definition: Single indicator method of deflation

SNA 1993

A single indicator method of deflation is a means of estimating the volume movements of value added directly using only one time series as an indicator (e.g. deflated output or deflated value added) instead of double deflation.
Source:
United Nations, "System of National Accounts (SNA) 1993", United Nations, New York, 1993, § 16.68
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