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Census Annual Survey of Manufactures The “Annual Survey of Manufactures” (ASM), conjoined with the “Economic Census—Manufacturing” (formerly called the “Census of Manufactures” [COM], here both Census names are given the rubric “Manufacturing Census” or “Census”), provides annual series of manufacturing production-worker “wages” and hours. These are not average figures but rather aggregate figures (total wages and total hours, over all workers). A potentially useful series for this study is obtained by dividing total wages by total hours, yielding AHE.

Except for new-firm components) from the past Census itself. ) The second limitation of the ASM AHE is that there is an inconsistency in the timing of intra-annual information used for payroll and hours. For 1947, employment is stated to be an average of the 12 monthly figures. Presumably, this statement in aggregate form applies also to hours and payroll. From 1949 to 2004, the employment figure is based on the payroll periods that include (or are nearest to) the twelfth of March, May, August, and November.

Easterlin (1957, p. ” (Easterlin, 1957, p. 640) 10. An inconsistency over time that cannot be ignored is the classification of industries in manufacturing rather than in other economic sectors. Any work on the manufacturing sector that transcends more than one Census year must make adjustments for changes in industry classifications. The issue is discussed thoroughly in Easterlin (1957, pp. 638–639, 646), and is treated also in Long (1960, pp. 40–41), Fabricant (1942, pp. 206–214), and Rees (1961, p.

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