ERIC Number: ED175315
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1978-Jul
Reference Count: 0
Canadian Statistical Review. Volume 53, Number 7, July 1978.
von Zur-Muehlen, Max
Canadian Statistical Review, v53 n7 Jul 1978
Information on Canadian social and economic trends is presented in this statistical review. Advance information on national income and expenditure accounts for the first quarter of 1978 is provided. Characteristics of full-time university teachers from 1956-57 to 1977-78 are detailed in tables that recount such developments as the nearly six-fold growth in numbers of teachers and the age, sex, and qualifications of full-time teachers. Information on other relevant publications is included. The main portion of the review is devoted to charts and tables providing data in the following areas: selected economic indicators; population statistics (by province, immigration to Canada, births); system of national accounts (gross national expenditure, government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deficit by level of government); labor (wages and salaries, labor force characteristics); prices (consumer price indexes); manufacturing (tobacco and beverages, primary iron and steel); fuel, power, and mining (electric energy, metals); construction (building permits, mortgage loans approvals); food and agriculture (selected agricultural price indexes, manufactured food); domestic trade (value of wholesale sales, consumer credit balances outstanding); external trade (merchandise exports and imports); transportation (carloadings of revenue freight); and finance (Canadian chartered banks, stock exchange statistics). (PHR)
Descriptors: College Faculty, Economic Factors, Economic Research, Foreign Countries, National Surveys, Sociocultural Patterns, Statistical Data, Trend Analysis
Publications Distribution, Statistics Canada, Ottawa, K1A 0T6, Canada
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Numerical/Quantitative Data
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Statistics Canada, Ottawa (Ontario). Education, Science, and Culture Div.