The website is for the National Bureau of Economic Research. Within this website, there are publications, activities, meetings, data, people, and information on the bureau.
NBER is a non- profit organization that uses many different sources to understand the economy. The research they do is so that they can understand economical issues that influence our society. The bureau is there to oversee all the effects that public policies, policy proposals and other factors have on our economy.
The people that work and do research for them come from many different disciplines. These people are listed in the section entitled “Research Associates and Faculty ...view middle of the document...
The subjects to name a few are Exclusive, Top Stories from the Web, CEO, Economy, Opinion, Personal Finance, etc. Each has publications/articles underneath, showing the most current information on the given subject. For example, underneath “CEO” is The Disruptors of the Decade, this may change in the next few moments because of how frequent this website is updated.
The U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis website is there to give us an insight into the U.S. economy. The website has current news releases, publications, resources, statistics of Real GDP, etc.
On the first page one can see the U.S. Economic Accounts such as the national, international, regional, and industry. Following each count there is information such as for the National Economic Accounts data there is GDP, Personal Income and Outlays, Corporate Profits, Fixed Assets and Satellite Account. Underneath the International Accounts data they offer information on Balance of Payments, Trade in Goods and Services, International Services, International Investment Position, Operations of Multinational Companies, Survey Forms and Related Materials and a view of all International Accounts. Underneath the Regional Accounts they offer information on GDP by State and Metropolitan Area, State and Local Area Personal Income and RIMS II Regional Input-Output Multipliers. For the Industry Accounts they offer information on Annual Industry, Accounts, Benchmark Input-Output Accounts, Satellite Accounts, and Supplemental Statistics. There are charts and tables within the information given illustrating each of these.
The website offers information on the Federal recovery programs and BEA statistics. There is the latest statistics on Real GDP, Personal Income, Int’l Trade in Goods and Services, and U.s. Int’l Transactions.
The Global Business Cycle Indicators website publishes indexes to find peaks in the business cycle. These indexes are for nine different countries. Within this website, one can print out the “Business Cycle Indicators Handbook,” subscribe to a monthly report, get membership, find the latest press releases on the Leading Economic Indexes.
This website serves as an informational source to help companies become stronger. One can get information on the latest trends and view forecasts. It gives you information on leadership development as a way to strengthen those in charge.
The website describes in detail what kind of people they have in alliance with them. Information on what and who the councils are made up. There are events and forums, so that they can get different perspectives on how to improve.
The U.S. Census Bureau’s Monthly and Annual Retail Trade website which shows monthly retail trade report. Now, the reports showing are that of December 2009 and November 2009. These reports are there to show the incline or decline of sales...