Coverage includes the core economic reviews, as well as specialized regional and international publications, working papers, and annual report essays. Also included are selected speeches, community development publications, and conference papers.
Fed in Print has its roots in the 1960s, when the librarians at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia began compiling and publishing an index to the Federal Reserve Bulletin and each Reserve Bank's economic review. In 1996, the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco introduced Fed in Print as a web-based, searchable index. The print version ceased publication in 2000. It has been managed and hosted by the Economic Research Division of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis since 2013.
Librarians throughout the Federal Reserve System contribute to the content. As older publications are made available in full-text, they are added to the index. Our aim is to make the database a vital tool for researchers, students, and all those interested in economics, finance, banking, and community development.
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