The economic report of the President has been produced since 1950.It is an annual report written by the Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers and is released together with the report of the Council.The report is issued by the Executive Office of the President.
The report includes information about:
annual numeric goals
programs to carry out program objectives
employment objectives for some of the labor force
current and future trends; annual numerical goals about employment, production; real estate and Federal budget outlays.
Included in the subjects listed above are reports on:tax policy; alternative energy; health and health care; credit; housing markets and export growth.
The volume contains over 100 tables of information with multiple years of analysis/statistics covered.Each table starts in a specific year and covers time from that year to the present.An example is below
Table B-17. Real personal consumption expenditures, 1995-2010. Economic Report of the President, Transmitted to Congress, February 2011; House Document 112-2.
The report is available online at:www.fdsys.gov.Click on the icon on the right side of the page that says “browse collections.”The Economic Report of the President is there from 1995 to the present.
The State Library holds paper copies of this publication as well as access to the online documents.We invite you to room 341 of the State House to access this Federal document.We are open Mondays through Fridays from 9 am to 5 pm.