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Extrapolators for services may well have contributed to the tendency of the early GDP estimates to understate the decline in GDP during contractions and the increase during the early stages of expansions (Fixler and Grimm 2002).
Extrapolators utilize self-evident logic and take advantage of the fact that, most often, the future is founded on the past.
The extrapolators for these estimates are prepared using a wide array of source data, including surveys from the Census Bureau, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and other public and private sources.
Although there are no hard-and-fast rules, it seems that most engineers are basically extrapolators, most pure scientists are primarily pattern analysts, and most marketing people are goal analysts.
Extrapolators believe the future will be a logical extension of the past.
However, the review may also consider the latest tabulations of the benchmark UI data for past quarters and how well the extrapolators have tracked them, as well as other related indicators, such as tax collections data from the Treasury Department or movements in the Labor Department's Employment Cost Index.
Sources and Methods for the Quarterly and Annual Estimates of State Personal Income Components Extrapolators Extrapolators Annual for for second estimates preliminary quarterly quarterly estimates and estimates interpolators for revised quarterly estimates Wage and salary disbursements by industry: (1) Farms Trend extra- Trend extra- Economic polation (2) polation (2) Research Service (ERS)/U.
Principal Sources of Data for Value-Added Extrapolators Component of gross domestic income Major source data Compensation of employees, paid Wages and salary For most private industries, federal accruals (1) government civilians, and state and local government, Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) tabulations from the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (OCEW) for 2008-2010.
Principal Source Data for Value-Added Extrapolators Component gross domestic income Major source data Compensation of employees, paid Wage and salary For most private industries and state accruals (1) and local government, BLS tabulations from the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW).