GDP and the Economy: Preliminary Estimates for the Fourth Quarter of 2007
Real GDP grew 0.6 percent after growing 4.9 percent in the third quarter. Inventory investment turned down; exports, consumer spending, and federal government spending decelerated. Motor vehicle output turned down.
Preview of Revised NIPA Estimates for 2002: Effects of Incorporating the 2002 Benchmark I-O Accounts and Proposed Definition and Statistical Changes
This article presents preliminary estimates of gross domestic product based on the newly available benchmark input-output accounts, which will be formally incorporated into the national accounts as part of next year’s comprehensive revision.
NIPA Translation of the Fiscal Year 2009 Federal Budget
Every year, BEA prepares federal government estimates that are based on the proposed budget of the U.S. government. This analysis is often used to gauge the effects of the federal budget on U.S. economic activity.
BEA Briefing: A Primer on BEA’s Government Accounts
Government activity is a key component of the economy. This article offers an introduction to BEA’s government accounts—their structure, concepts, and production.
Research Spotlight: Foreign Location Choices by U.S. Multinational Companies
This article takes a look at the process by which U.S. multinational companies decide where to locate their investments abroad.
State Personal Income for 2007. Estimates for the fourth quarter of 2007 and the full year, including per capita personal income estimates.
U.S. International Transactions for 2007. Balance of payments transactions for the fourth quarter of 2007 and the full year.