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I have been fruitlessly searching for a list of dates of comprehensive National Income and Product Account revisions. Clues I have found so far: The Bureau of Economic Analysis website says the 1999 revision was the 11th one, and there have been three more since then - 2003, '09, and '13.

From the Philadelphia Fed's vintage datasets it looks like there were comprehensive revisions in 1975, 1985, 1991, and 1995. This still leaves several unaccounted-for revisions. Is there an online source for this information or should I hunt through old print copies of the Survey of Current Business?

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Welcome to the site. This is an international site, so it is helpful to explain country-specific abbreviations that may not be familiar to everyone, or else link to an explanation as here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Income_and_Product_Accounts –  Adam Bailey yesterday

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