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Cost of Living/Purchasing Power

Consumer spending and U.S. employment from the 2007–2009 recession through 2022
Publisher: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Data comparing U.S. consumer spending and employment with projections. Article in the Monthly Labor Review Oct.2014

Cost of living in the United States, 1914-1936 (M. Ada Beney)
Publisher: National Industrial Conference Board

Global prices & Income: Data map
Publisher: Global Price & Inchome History Group - Business History Conference
International historical series data: Global prices & income; American Incomes 1650-1953; Nominal GDP; Government budget.

How much is that?
Publisher: Economic History Services
Catalog Record

See also Databases link includes a number of data sets.

Inflation Calculator
Publisher: S. Morgan Friedman

Inflation Conversion Factors for Dollars 1774 to Estimated 2019
Publisher: Robert Sahr, University of Oregon

International Comparison Program
Publisher: World Bank
The International Comparison Program (ICP) is a worldwide statistical partnership to collect comparative price data and compile detailed expenditure values of countries’ gross domestic products (GDP), and to estimate purchasing power parities (PPPs) of the world’s economies.
Provides comparators, graphs and data sets. Calculators

Prices and Wages: Index to Websites
Publisher: International Institute of Social History

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