Guide to State Statistical Abstracts
This bibliography includes the most recent statistical abstracts for states published since
1995 plus those that will be issued in late 2002. For some states, a near equivalent has
been listed in substitution for, or in addition to, a statistical abstract. All sources contain
statistical tables on a variety of subjects for the state as a whole, its component parts, or
both. The page counts given for publications are approximate. Internet sites also contain
University of Alabama, Center for Business
and Economic Research, Box 870221,
Tuscaloosa 35487-0221. 205-348-6191.
Fax: 907-269-8125. Internet site
Economic Abstract of Alabama. 2000.
Alabama Economic Outlook, 2002.
Community and Economic Development,
Division of Community Advocacy,
550 W. 7th Avenue, Suite 1770,
Anchorage, Alaska 99501-3510.
907-269-8110. Fax: 907-269-8125.
Internet site <http://www.dced.state
The Alaska Economy Performance
Report. 1996. Online.
University of Arizona, Economic and
Business Research, Eller College of
Business and Public Administration,
McClelland Hall 103, P.O. Box 210108,
Tucson 85721-0108. 520-621-2523.
Fax: 520-621-2150. Internet site
Arizona Statistical Abstract, 2003,
Arizona’s Economy. 16-20 pp.
Arizona Economic Indicators
52 pp. Biennial.
University of Arkansas at Little Rock,
Institute for Economic Advancement,
Economic Research, 2801 South Univer-
sity, Little Rock 72204. 501-569-8551.
Internet site <http://www.aiea.ualr.edu/>
Arkansas State and County Economic
Data, 2003. 16 pp. Revised annually.
Arkansas Personal Income Handbook,
2003. 98 pp.
University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Insti-
tute for Economic Advancement, Census
State Data Center, 2801 South University,
Reynolds Bldg., Rm: 407, Little Rock
72204. 501-5698533. Internet site
Arkansas Statistical A