9. Analysis of Results 
On the basis of statistical data of 1962 experimental computations of price indices was undertaken according to all the above mentioned formulae and in some alternatives (depending on the (n + 1)st condition and on the choice of either purchase price or residual value of production funds). The results of these experimental computations were useful; in the first place, for the theoretical analysis of the situation in the Czechoslovak economy. Simultaneously, they have become the basis for the choice of the most appropriate type of prices in the preparation of the reform of wholesale prices that is part of the New System of Planned Management. 
It is
impossible to report all the findings from the experimental price
calculations in this article. We shall limit ourselves to the comparison of
relative prices in the four basic price types: labor value, cost,
production and income price types. 
In Table 1 price indices for 48 branches and the four basic types are given. The numbers indicate — as has already been explained above — the change of average price levels in individual branches necessary for obtaining prices of the postulated type. Simultaneously, in order to have a better insight, the computed price indices for some of the most important branches are presented in a graph. In this graph the points representing the magnitude of price indices of different price types are connected for each branch. The system of broken lines of the graph then shows, how the relative prices change when moving from one price type to the other. 
There are two
interesting aspects of the table or graph. In the first place, it is the
position of the price indices in relation to the level of 100%, which expresses
(in reversed relation) the deviation of actual wholesale prices in 1962 from
individual price types. We can see that, with some small exceptions, the 








