Gross Domestic Product

  • Gross Domestic Product
    GDP is a comprehensive measure of the U.S. economy and its growth
  • GDP by Industry
    Measures industries' performance and their contributions to GDP
  • GDP by State
    State counterpart of national GDP, including industries' contributions to each state economy
  • GDP by Metro Area
    GDP for metropolitan statistical areas, with industries' contributions to each metro economy
  • GDP by County
    GDP for U.S. counties and county equivalents
  • GDP for U.S. Territories
    GDP for American Samoa, Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, Puerto Rico, and U.S. Virgin Islands

Consumer Spending

Income & Saving


International Trade & Investment

Prices & Inflation

Investment in Fixed Assets



Special Topics

Integrated Accounts

Economic Accounts by Type

  • National
    BEA's national economic statistics provide a comprehensive view of U.S. production, consumption, investment, exports and imports, and income and saving. These statistics are best known by summary measures such as gross domestic product (GDP), corporate profits, personal income and spending, and personal saving.
  • Regional
    The regional economic accounts tell us about the geographic distribution of U.S. economic activity and growth. The estimates of gross domestic product by state and state and local area personal income, and the accompanying detail, provide a consistent framework for analyzing and comparing individual state and local area economies.
  • Industry
    The industry economic accounts, presented both in an input-output framework and as annual output by each industry, provide a detailed view of the interrelationships between U.S. producers and users and the contribution to production across industries. These accounts are used extensively by policymakers and businesses to understand industry interactions, productivity trends, and the changing structure of the U.S. economy.
  • International
    The international transactions accounts provide information on trade in goods and services (including the balance of payments and the balance of trade), investment income, and government and private financial flows. In addition, the accounts measure the value of U.S. international assets and liabilities and direct investment by multinational enterprises. BEA's data on direct investment, the most detailed data set on the activities of multinational enterprises (MNEs) available, are used to assess the role these business enterprises play in the global economy.