Description: Recession Trends provides 16 up-to-date briefs by top scholars addressing recent trends in wealth, consumption, the labor market, housing, poverty, safety net systems, health, education, crime, attitudes, and a variety of other domains. The site also archives over a thousand time series and allows visitors to build their own graphs representing key trends in 16 domain areas.
Population: The data for Recession Trends come from dozens of high-quality data sets. Full source and methodological information is provided on the site for each time series.
Periodicity: The data are updated annually and, for some series, reach back a half-century or even longer.
(Information adapted from the publisher)