The CPA Reshoring Index:
The first index of the market share of US producers in the US market for manufactured goods.
The US market for manufactured goods is the world’s largest, worth more than $7 trillion in 2019. The CPA Reshoring Index (CRI) is the first index to provide a quarterly measure of how US manufacturers are performing in the home market.
US producers have lost eight percentage points of market share to imports in the 18 years since the CRI began. However, signs of improvement appeared in 2019 and 2020 with improvements in domestic market share in all manufacturing and many sub-sectors.
Based entirely on data published by the US government, the CRI also monitors the market share of US producers in each of the 19 sub-sectors of manufacturing. Read further analysis at the links below.
December 10, 2020
By Steven L. Byers, PhD, and Jeff Ferry The CPA Reshoring Index (CRI) rose to +173 in the first quarter of 2020, indicating that US...
June 01, 2020
CPA Working Paper By Stephen L. Byers PhD and Jeff Ferry Abstract The Coalition for a Prosperous America is introducing the new CPA Reshoring Index...