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Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

economy

Statewide Economic Data

Because we’re charged with overseeing state finances, our office is keenly interested in all aspects of Texas’ economy. Access our original research on the factors that contribute to the economic health of our state.

Manufacturing

Manufacturing is a vital component in Texas’ diverse economy. Chemical, high tech, automotive and other advanced manufacturing operations thrive across our state. Texas’ manufacturing contributed $226 billion to the state gross domestic product (GDP) in 2016.
Check out Comptroller Glenn Hegar’s 2017 Good for Texas Tour: Manufacturing Edition.

Regional Reports

Get an overview of population, income, jobs, wages and education trends of Texas' 12 economic regions.

Read more about each of the 12 regions.

Ports of Entry

Texas' 29 ports of entry play a crucial role in the state’s economy, facilitating nearly $650 billion in trade in 2015. Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar reviewed the impact of trade on Texas from a sampling of the state's ports of entry.
Read more about Texas' ports.

Watch a video of Comptroller Glenn Hegar’s Good for Texas Tour: Ports Edition.

Military Installations

Our office has also compiled information about the economic impact of Texas military installations on the state and for local economies.
Read more about the impact of the military on the Texas economy.

Watch a video of Comptroller Glenn Hegar’s Good for Texas Tour: Military Edition.

Additional State Research Tools

Use these lookup tools at other state agency websites to continue research of regional economic data.

Questions?

If you have questions about regional economic data, please contact the Comptroller's Data Analysis and Transparency Division at 512-463-3793, or by email.

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