The State Economic Handbook is an annual reference book profiling the economy, demography, political environment, and business climates for each of the 50 states. The book assembles a wide array of data collected by Anderson Economic Group, and used extensively in our economic, finance, and market analysis consulting work. Data is presented on a state-by-state basis, and there is a State Ranking section to present a clear look at how the states compare.
For each state there is a narrative discussing key demographic and economic trends, and assessing the state’s economy and demography relative to the nation as a whole. Data tables include demographic and socio-economic information, such as population and income. There is also a section on workforce and industry, and a listing of each state’s top-ten industries in terms of employment. Also provided are data on state tax and business climates, voting behavior and elected officials, and a listing of the main business and economic agencies in each state.
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"We find the data presented in this book to be very helpful in addressing public policy issues on behalf of our members' interests."
--James Barrett, President and CEO, Michigan Chamber of Commerce
“Having such a broad range of data assembled in one place makes The State Economic Handbook a resource that everyone in economic development can benefit from.”
--James L. Estep, President and CEO, West Virginia High Technology Consortium Foundation
“The Michigan House of Representatives relied on this type of information from Anderson Economic Group to benchmark the economic and educational performance of all 50 states. This book gives lawmakers and government officials a clear understanding of how their state compares to its neighbors, important trends, and its competitive position.”
--Craig DeRoche, Former Speaker of the Michigan House of Representatives
“Simply put, The State Economic Handbook provides a wealth of concise, easy-to-read data. It is a must-read for every business, labor and political leader.”
--James Hallan, President, Michigan Retailers Association