Seven Ways to Compute the Relative Value of a U.S. Dollar Amount - 1774 to Present
In 2012, the relative worth of $0.20 from 1800 is:
|$3.77||using the Consumer Price Index|
|$3.50||using the GDP deflator|
|$59.30||using the unskilled wage|
|$136.00||using the Production Worker Compensation|
|$114.00||using the nominal GDP per capita|
|$6,770.00||using the relative share of GDP|
Data for consumer bundle only starts in 1900.
If you need help/ determining which result is most appropriate for you, see Choosing the Best Indicator to Measure Relative Worth.
Samuel H. Williamson, "Seven Ways to Compute the Relative Value of a U.S. Dollar Amount, 1774 to present," MeasuringWorth, April .
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