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Author:Arias, Maria A. 

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A report on economic conditions in the St. Louis zone

Burgundy Books , Issue 4Q

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Lagging Long-Term Wage Growth

The long-run trend of average wages has consistently failed to keep pace with overall economic growth.
Economic Synopses , Issue 14

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A report on economic conditions in the St. Louis zone

Burgundy Books , Issue 3Q

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Trapped: Few Developing Countries Can Climb the Economic Ladder or Stay There

Despite the theory of global economic convergence, few developing countries have actually been able to catch up to the income levels in the U.S. or other advanced economies. They remain trapped at a relatively low- or middle-income level.
The Regional Economist , Issue Oct

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Does More Financial Development Lead to More or Less Volatility?

Since the financial crisis, many have speculated that as a financial sector becomes more developed, volatility can become excessive.
The Regional Economist , Volume 25 , Issue 2

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Metro Business Cycles

We construct monthly economic activity indices for the 50 largest U.S. metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) beginning in 1990. Each index is derived from a dynamic factor model based on twelve underlying variables capturing various aspects of metro area economic activity. To accommodate mixed-frequency data and differences in data-publication lags, we estimate the dynamic factor model using a maximum- likelihood approach that allows for arbitrary patterns of missing data. Our indices highlight important similarities and differences in business cycles across MSAs. While a number of MSAs ...
Working Papers , Paper 2014-46

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As Owensboro, Ky., wraps up wave of development, hiring slows down

The Regional Economist

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Demographics Help Explain the Fall in the Labor Force Participation Rate

Some believe the decline is due to discouraged workers' dropping out of the labor force. A review of national and District statistics, however, suggests that demographic changes?such as aging workers and adults spending more years in college?can explain this trend.
The Regional Economist , Issue October

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A report on economic conditions in the Louisville zone

Burgundy Books , Issue 2Q

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A report on economic conditions in the Louisville zone

Burgundy Books , Issue 1Q

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