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  • initialism US National Bureau of Economic Research

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  • The germ of the idea that eventually became GDP emerged after World War I, when American economists who had been frustrated by the lack of reliable statistics to guide war production founded the National Bureau of Economic Research (despite its name, the NBER is a private organization).

    Misleading Indicator

  • The germ of the idea that eventually became GDP emerged after World War I, when American economists who had been frustrated by the lack of reliable statistics to guide war production founded the National Bureau of Economic Research (despite its name, the NBER is a private organization).

    Misleading Indicator

  • The germ of the idea that eventually became GDP emerged after World War I, when American economists who had been frustrated by the lack of reliable statistics to guide war production founded the National Bureau of Economic Research (despite its name, the NBER is a private organization).

    Misleading Indicator

  • The NBER is not a federal government entity. alkali Says:

    Matthew Yglesias » Thanks!

  • The paper cited at NBER is interesting, but I would add that this seems to me an area in which philosophy does have something to say.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Welfare Evaluation, Behavioral Agents and Rational Agents

  • The official position of the NBER is that the recession started in March 2001 as Gregor Samsa correctly stated.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: May 18, 2006

  • The official position of the NBER is that the recession started in March 2001 as Gregor Samsa correctly stated.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: May 18, 2006

  • I've seen that argument made in NBER briefs, (beware -- this is a link to a pretty dry and boring pdf file) so it's not that rare an idea.

    10/18/2004

  • The long-term approach figured prominently in NBER research programs conducted between the late 1930s and the late 1960s.

    Robert William Fogel - Autobiography

  • The NBER is a private research group that includes many of the country's foremost economists.

    Recession is officially over, but anxiety lingers

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