You probably did not notice it. Perhaps the World Cup or the early summer weather absorbed your attention. Nonetheless, the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis published the latest data about Indiana’s gross domestic product.
Yes, just as there are quarterly GDP estimates of the value of all goods and services produced in the United States, so we also have annual GDP figures for Indiana.
Those data, adjusted for inflation, indicate Indiana’s economy grew faster than the nation in 2013 (2.1 percent compared with 1.8 percent). It’s not a major triumph, but it is consistent with our improving employment situation.