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Consumer Expenditure Survey
From the Bureau of Labor Statistics
Household Spending Patterns: A Comparison of Four Census Regions
Author: Cassandra Yocum (email@example.com) (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)
This paper reviews the expenditures made by households in selected areas of the United States as defined by the Consumer Price Index (CPI) and classified into four regional areas. Following a model previously devised and published in the Monthly Labor Review, it then attempts to break down these aggregate expenditures into five categories of change which can impact total expenditures.
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