In This Review

Problems in the International Comparison of Economic Accounts and Regional Income
Problems in the International Comparison of Economic Accounts and Regional Income
By The Conference on Research in Income and Wealth and the Conf
Princeton University Press and Princeton University Press, 1957, 404408 pp

These are Volumes 20 and 21 of the Studies in Income and Wealth put out under the auspices of the National Bureau of Economic Research. Both comprise papers delivered at conferences, together with the comments of participants. The first is concerned with problems arising out of the growing need for comparable national economic accounts. The second is a discussion of regional income differentials within the United States, and the methods of measuring them.