1360.0 - Measuring Australia's Economy, 2003  
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Provides national statistics, non-technical definitions and references to further reading for over 50 major economic indicators currently used by analysts and the media to measure the performance of the Australian economy. Indicators are provided for and grouped into summary measures of economic activity, international accounts, domestic consumption and investment, production, prices and incomes, labour force and demography, and financial markets. It also provides comparative international data for 11 key economic indicators and basic information about statistical concepts, sources and methods.

Relevance to Curriculum Frameworks
Section 1. Measuring Economic Activity
Section 2. Summary Measures of Economic Activity
Section 3. International Accounts and Trade
Section 4.Domestic Consumption and Investment
Section 5. Production and Industry
Section 6. Prices and Income
Section 7. Labour Force and Demography
Section 8. Financial Markets
Section 9. International Comparisons
Section 10. Statistics: Concepts, Sources, Methods and Usage