Statistical Handbook on Consumption and Wealth in the United States

By Chandrika Kaul; Valerie Tomaselli-Moschovitis | Go to book overview

Contents
Introductionv
List of Tables and Chartsvii
A. General Economic Data1
A1. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and Gross National Product (GNP)2
A2. Relation of National Product to Income and Saving10
A3. Net Stock of Fixed Reproducible Tangible Wealth11
A4. Foreign Direct Investment in the United States14
A5. Gross State Product16
B. Personal Family, and Household Income and Wealth 22
B1. Personal Income Totals and Analysis of Personal Income, Seasonally Adjusted at Annual Rates24
B2. Households and Median Income, by Selected Characteristics26
B3. Analysis of Personal Income and Its Disposition32
B4. Personal Income, by State34
B5. Projections of Personal Income in Constant (1987) Dollars, by State38
B6. Personal Income and Expenditures, per Capita, in Current Dollars39
B7. Personal Income per Capita by State, in Current and Constant Dollars40
B8. Disposable Personal Income per Capita44
B9. Average Annual Pay and Personal Earnings46
B10. Personal Earnings by Highest Degree Earned50
B11. Median Income for 4-Person Families, by State53
B12. Money Income of Families--Median Income by Race and Hispanic Origin60
B13. Median Income of Families, by Type of Family62
B14. Median Income of Nonmarried-Couple Households and by Household Size65
B15. Money Income of Households and Families-- Percent Distribution, by Income Level, Race, and Hispanic Origin66
B16. Selected Measures of Household Income, 1969-199668
B17. Gross Saving and Investment69
B18. Flow of Funds Accounts--Individual Savings71
B19. IRAs and 401(k) Plans73
B20. Nonfinancial Assets Held by Families, by Type of Asset75
C. Business and Corporate Wealth 77
C1. Number of Business Tax Returns, Business Receipts, and Corporate Balance Sheet78
C2. Corporations--Selected Financial Items, by Industry80
C3. Corporations--Annual Percent Change in Receipts, by Industry83
C4. Corporations--Selected Financial Items, by Asset-Size Class and Industry83
C5. Corporations--Receipts, Percent Distribution by Asset-Size Class and Industry84
C6. Corporate Profits, by Industry85
C7. U.S. Largest Public Companies87
C8. 1000 Largest Industrial Corporations89
C9. U.S. Multinational Companies90
C1O. Net Stock of Fixed Private Capital94
C11. Farms94
D. Overview of Consumption97
D1. Personal Consumption Expenditures in Current and Constant Dollars99
D2. Average Annual Expenditures of All Consumer Units, by Year, 1989-1995103
D3. Average Annual Expenditures of All Consumer Units, by Region, 1995106

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents iii
  • Introduction v
  • List of Tables and Charts vii
  • A. General Economic Data 1
  • B. Personal, Family, and Household Income and Wealth 22
  • C. Business and Corporate Wealth 77
  • D. Overview of Consumption 97
  • E. Consumption--Material Goods 121
  • F. Consumption-----Services 177
  • G. Consumption--Travel, Leisure, and Other Non-Essentials 215
  • H. the Role of Government 254
  • Appendix: International Perspective 273
  • Index 281
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