Data Files

Underlying the analysis provided is data from various sources. The primary data is from the Comptroller's Revenue Watch and an expenditure file provided to me. I've combined these file for one to use for their own analysis. Also, provided are links to various data sites that I hope are useful to those analyzing State economic activity.  


FY12, FY13, FY14 Revenue and Expenditure This file contains revenue and expenditure for FY12, FY13 and through the most current month for FY14. The file will be updated monthly, around the 10th of the month. One can also obtain revenue data at the Comptroller's Revenue Watch
Historical Revenue Data This Excel spreadsheet contains annual all funds revenue from 1985 through 2013 which I assembled from Comptroller data. This file is updated at the end of a fiscal year.
Historical Expenditure Data This Excel spreadsheet contains annual all funds expenditures from 2000 through 2013 which I assembled from Comptroller data. This file is updated at the end of a fiscal year.
Comptroller of Public Accounts, The Texas EconomyRevenue Watch - Comptroller's monthly data on net state revenue collections.
Texas Expenditure History by Object, 1978-2012
Texas Finances and Economic Development - Revenue, Expenditure and Budget Reporting
State Budget Crisis Task ForceThis report analyzes the budget prospects of state governments overall. There will be a report on Texas written by Billy Hamilton, which analyzies how the Texas tax structure has performed over time and its outlook for the future. This report is forthcoming, but should be interesting. BTW, it's jam packed w/ data.
Texas Demographic Future In March 2011, Steve Murdock gave a most informative presentation, on the Coming Hispanic Majority. Underlying, Steve's analysis are these PowerPoint slides.
GODORT - Government Statistics Page provides one with links to numerous federal agencies, which provide statistics, along with links by subject.
TX GODORT - Government Statistics Page provides one with links to various Texas agencies, which provide statistics.


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