160 country evaluations, drawn up on the basis of macroeconomic, financial and political data, are freely available. Regularly updated, they provide an estimate of the average credit risk on a country’s businesses.
The Value of a Dollar: Prices and Incomes in the United States, 1860-2014
Print reference Book at the EMU Library
REF HB 235.U6 D47 2014
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The Penn World Tables are the definitive source for real national accounts data. The national accounts for each country, initially in their own currencies, are adjusted using detailed price data to obtain real national accounts in a common currency (U.S. dollars) across countries. These data are used for comparing Gross Domestic Product across countries, and for research on development and growth.