A State Level Database for the Manufacturing Sector: Construction and Sources

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Katheryn N. Russ

Diego Valderrama

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2009-21 | October 1, 2009

This document describes the construction of and data sources for a state-level panel data set measuring output and factor use for the manufacturing sector. These data are a subset of a larger, comprehensive data set that we currently are constructing and hope to post on the FRBSF website in the near future. The comprehensive data set will cover the U.S. manufacturing sector and may be thought of as a state-level analog to other widely used productivity data sets such as the industry-level NBER Productivity Database or Dale Jorgenson’s “KLEM” database or the country-level Penn World Tables, but with an added emphasis on adjusting prices for taxes. The selected variables currently available for public use are nominal and real gross output, nominal and real investment, and real capital stock. The data cover all fifty states and the period 1963 to 2006.

Article Citation

Valderrama, Diego, and Katheryn N. Russ. 2009. “A State Level Database for the Manufacturing Sector: Construction and Sources,” Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Working Paper 2009-21. Available at https://doi.org/10.24148/wp2009-21