Economic Developments and Analysis
See below for Alberta economic information. These links are also available from the left-side menu.
- These documents contain economic commentary and statistics on the overall economy, labour market, price indices, household sector and business sector.
- These documents contain the most recent data releases for key economic indicators relating to the overall economy, labour market, price indices, household sector and business sector.
- These documents contain timely analysis of current trends in Alberta’s economy, released each month. The “In Focus” section of each issue covers a relevant economic topic in more depth.
- These documents contain timely analysis of the latest labour market data for Alberta, released the same day as Statistics Canada’s Labour Force Survey. Also covers a labour market topic in more detail.
- Tracking the most prominent economic trends of the moment.
- Alberta economic multipliers for both “Open” (direct and indirect impacts) and “Closed” (direct, indirect and induced impacts) models available for 107 industries and 62 commodity groups. Published October 2013.
- The highly disaggregated Input-Output (I/O) model for 2009, which covers 235 industries and 481 commodities, can be customized to client specifications for the simulation of direct, indirect and induced economic impacts. The model also has a tax module that provides impacts on federal, provincial and local tax revenues for all impact studies. Runs using the Alberta I/O model are done on a cost-recovery basis. Cost is dependent on the complexity of the simulation(s). For more information, or to request a custom analysis, contact Owen Jung (780-427-8840). Released October 2013.
Other statistics are also available from the Office of Statistics and Information (OSI), Alberta's official statistical agency.