GRAPHICS: MEASURING THE NEW ECONOMY (.pdf)

This extensive series of charts shows how the U.S. economy of the 1990s compares to those of the '60s, '70s, and '80s; how technology is affecting economic performance; how globalization is changing the world economy; and how the next decade's economy would look if annual growth were to average 3% instead of 2.3%.

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CHARTS: MEASURING THE NEW ECONOMY (.pdf)

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