Also available at Bobst Reference collection (HA202). The Statistical Abstract of the United States is the authoritative and comprehensive summary of statistics on the social, political, and economic organization of the United States.
Also available at Bobst Reference collection (HA202). The Statistical Abstract of the United States, published by the Census Bureau from 1878-2012, is the authoritative and comprehensive summary of statistics on the social, political, and economic organization of the United States.
Includes key elements of the President's economic program, analyzes the effects of all of the administration's policies and explains the domestic and international economic implications. Appendices include historical compilations of U.S. income, employment, production and financial statistics.
Also available in Bobst Main Collection (HD6983 .A52). A monthly report covering consumer price movements. The data is separated into the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers and for Wage Earners and Clerical workers, reflecting data for U.S. city averages and selected areas. Covers the prices of the necessities of daily life--food, shelter, clothing, transportation, etc.
Also available in Bobst 6th Floor Reference (L 2.61/11). Formerly called the Wholesale Price Indexes, a monthly report measuring the average change in prices received by commodity producers in all stages of production, from crude goods, to the finished product, by commodity and by industry. These indexes are designed to measure real price changes. An annual supplement presents annual averages, cumulated monthly data for the year, and information on weights.
Historical statistics relating to all aspects of the national economy. Every statistical series presented includes comparative annual data back to 1913 or to the first year after for which data was available.
A compilation of a wide range of statistics commonly used in the measurement of the U.S. economy. 267 time series are covered, starting with the earliest available data. In addition to national data, consumer price indexes are included for major U.S. cities. Descriptive and explanatory text are provided for each series.
Includes government and non-government data in the following areas: Banking and Finance, Production and Labor, Price Indexes, Income and Trade, as well as extensive industry statistics and stock price indexes.