Business Statistics of the United States 2012: Patterns of Economic Change
Cornelia J. Strawser, Mary Meghan Ryan
Rowman & Littlefield, 2012 - Business & Economics - 637 pages
Business Statistics of the United States: Patterns of Economic Change is a comprehensive and practical collection of data that reflects the nation's economic performance since 1929. It provides over 80 years of annual data in regional, demographic, and industrial detail for key indicators such as: gross domestic product, personal income, spending, saving, employment, unemployment, the capital stock, and more. Business Statistics of the United States is the best place to find historical perspectives on the U.S. economy. Of equal importance to the data are the introductory highlights, extensive notes, and figures for each chapter that help users to understand the data, use them appropriately, and, if desired, seek additional information from the sources agencies. Business Statistics of the United States provides a rich and deep picture of the American economy and contains approximately 3,500 time series in all. The data are predominately from federal government sources including: .Board of Governors of The Federal Reserve System .Bureau of Economic Analysis .Bureau of Labor Statistics .Census Bureau .Employment and Training Administration .Energy Information Administration .Federal Housing Finance Agency .U.S. Department of the Treasury"
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1st quarter 2nd quarter 4th quarter adjusted annual rates April assets August average Billions of dollars business cycle Capacity Utilization Census Chain-Type Quantity Indexes compensation components Consumer Price Index cost CPI-U Current dollars current transfer December economic employees employment equipment estimates excluding expenditures and gross February fixed capital fixed investment food and energy foreign Government consumption expenditures Gross Domestic Product gross investment Hispanic Historical Data Historical Data—Continued household Household Consumption Expenditures includes income and product Industrial production inventories January July June labor force Manufacturing March measure ment month monthly NAICS national income NIPA Tables Nondurable notes and definitions November October output Percent change Personal consumption expenditures personal income Poverty rate poverty thresholds Producer Price Indexes purchases quarterly data receipts revision seasonally adjusted annual sector September survey taxes Thousands of persons tion turing U.S. residents Unem United wage and salary workers