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  • Comparing state taxes : California, Florida, Illinois, NY, Texas
    on 17 Giugno 2024 at 13:00

    The fiscal conditions of US states vary quite a bit. Do they vary more by geography or over time? Let’s find out. The first FRED graph above shows the total state tax revenue divided by the state population for five … Continue reading →

  • Where is business booming in the US?
    on 13 Giugno 2024 at 13:00

    New businesses play an important role in fostering job creation, innovation, and economic growth. A common measure of business dynamism relates to the number of new firms or establishments entering the market. In this FRED blog post, we identify the … Continue reading →

  • Life expectancy and infant mortality : New insights from the Research Division
    on 10 Giugno 2024 at 13:00

    The FRED Blog has discussed why residents of richer countries live longer lives, on average, than residents of poorer countries. In short, higher income levels allow access to higher-quality healthcare and overall better living conditions. Today, we highlight a positive … Continue reading →

  • Three ways to measure the US economy : A guest post with perspectives from the Bureau of Economic Analysis
    on 6 Giugno 2024 at 13:00

    The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) produces economic accounts statistics that enable decisionmakers and researchers of all kinds to track and understand the performance of the nation’s economy. One of BEA’s headline indicators is domestic economic activity. BEA uses three … Continue reading →

  • Does your age influence where you live?
    on 3 Giugno 2024 at 13:00

    The FRED Blog has used data from the US Census to discuss the flows of net migration at the county and state levels. Those data have no information about the age of the people who switch places of residence, but … Continue reading →