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[IWS] ECONOMIC REPORT OF THE PRESIDENT 2015 [19 February 2015]

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School of Industrial & Labor Relations-------- Director, Institute for Workplace Studies

Cornell University

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ECONOMIC REPORT OF THE PRESIDENT 2015 [19 February 2015]

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[full-text 419 pages]

 

 2015

Economic Report of the President (2015)

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Front Matter

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Table of Contents

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Chapters

 

Chapter 1: MIDDLE-CLASS ECONOMICS: THE ROLE OF PRODUCTIVITY, INEQUALITY, AND PARTICIPATION

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Chapter 2: THE YEAR IN REVIEW AND THE YEARS AHEAD

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Chapter 3: ACHIEVEMENTS AND CHALLENGES IN THE U.S. LABOR MARKET

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Chapter 4: THE ECONOMICS OF FAMILY-FRIENDLY WORKPLACE POLICIES

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Chapter 5: BUSINESS TAX REFORM AND ECONOMIC GROWTH

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Chapter 6: THE ENERGY REVOLUTION: ECONOMIC BENEFITS AND THE FOUNDATION FOR A LOW-CARBON ENERGY FUTURE

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Chapter 7: THE UNITED STATES IN A GLOBAL ECONOMY

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Appendices

 

Appendix A: REPORT TO THE PRESIDENT ON THE ACTIVITIES OF THE COUNCIL OF ECONOMIC ADVISERS DURING 2014

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Appendix B: STATISTICAL TABLES RELATING TO INCOME, EMPLOYMENT, AND PRODUCTION

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GDP, Income, Prices, and Selected Indicators

 

Table B-1: Percent changes in real gross domestic product, 1965-2014

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Table B-2: Gross domestic product, 2000-2014

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Table B-3: Quantity and price indexes for gross domestic product, and percent changes, 1965-2014

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Table B-4: Growth rates in real gross domestic product by area and country, 1996-2015

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Table B-5: Real exports and imports of goods and services, 1999-2014

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Table B-6: Corporate profits by industry, 1965-2014

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Table B-7: Real farm income, 1950-2014

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Table B-8: New private housing units started, authorized, and completed and houses sold, 1970-2014

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Table B-9: Median money income (in 2013 dollars) and poverty status of families and people, by race, 2004-2013

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Table B-10: Changes in consumer price indexes, 1946-2014

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Labor Market Indicators

 

Table B-11: Civilian population and labor force, 1929-2014

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Table B-12: Civilian unemployment rate, 1970-2014

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Table B-13: Unemployment by duration and reason, 1970-2014

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Table B-14: Employees on nonagricultural payrolls, by major industry, 1970-2014

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Table B-15: Hours and earnings in private nonagricultural industries, 1970-2014

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Table B-16: Productivity and related data, business and nonfarm business sectors, 1965-2014

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Interest Rates, Money Stock, and Government Finance

 

Table B-17: Bond yields and interest rates, 1945-2014

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Table B-18: Money stock and debt measures, 1974-2014

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Table B-19: Federal receipts, outlays, surplus or deficit, and debt, fiscal years, 1948-2016

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Table B-20: Federal receipts, outlays, surplus or deficit, and debt, as percent of gross domestic product...

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Table B-21: Federal receipts and outlays, by major category, and surplus or deficit, fiscal years 1948-2016

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Table B-22: Federal receipts, outlays, surplus or deficit, and debt, fiscal years 2011-2016

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Table B-23: Federal and State and local government current receipts and expenditures, national income and...

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Table B-24: State and local government revenues and expenditures, selected fiscal years, 1954-2012

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Table B-25: U.S. Treasury securities outstanding by kind of obligation, 1976-2014

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Table B-26: Estimated ownership of U.S. Treasury securities, 2001-2014

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Other

 

REFERENCES

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