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Commentary: role reversal in global finance

Proceedings - Economic Policy Symposium - Jackson Hole

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General discussion: modeling inflation after the crisis

Proceedings - Economic Policy Symposium - Jackson Hole

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General discussion: the “big C”: identifying and mitigating contagion

Proceedings - Economic Policy Symposium - Jackson Hole

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Creating a Vibrant, Inclusive Economy: Remarks at the Community College of Rhode Island

First, I want to highlight why I wanted to prioritize speaking at a community college like CCRI; and why community colleges, and all of you engaged with them, are so important to our economy and society. Then, I’ll talk briefly about the range of things we do at the Federal Reserve, to advance our mission. And finally, I’ll share some of the lessons I’ve learned from my own career path, in case my experiences may be helpful to you.
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Remarks at the Women’s Leadership Conference with the Vermont Bankers Association

The speech touched on three topics: 1) the economy and monetary policy; 2) the Boston Fed; and 3) thoughts on leadership challenges and opportunities, especially for women.
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Remarks on the Outlook, Monetary Policy, and Supporting a Vibrant Economy

The following topics were covered: 1) financial stability; 2) monetary policy and the macroeconomic outlook; 3) financial infrastructure and payments services; and 4) community economic development and opportunity.
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Remarks to the Boston Economic Club: The Economy’s Performance and Outlook, and Implications for Policy

It is important to recognize that the path the economy takes toward the Fed’s mandated goals may continue to be bumpy and uneven, and we should not overreact to individual data points. To President Collins' thinking, that reflects the realities of a unique and challenging pandemic and the economic recovery from it. Expecting all indicators to be well aligned is too high a bar, but seeing sustained, broadening signs of progress should provide the necessary confidence she would need to begin a methodical adjustment to our policy stance.
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Opening Remarks for Sessions on Men and Women in the Workforce

The widely followed overall unemployment rate is the standard measure for the state of the U.S. labor market. But underneath that single statistic are wide-ranging differences across geographies, and demographic groups. No one statistic can adequately characterize the labor market because aggregate numbers can mask the wide range of experiences across people, sectors, and places. Uneven labor market outcomes call for a full and focused exploration, motivated by our duty to pursue the Fed’s maximum employment mandate.
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Patterns of international capital flows and their implications for economic development : commentary

Proceedings - Economic Policy Symposium - Jackson Hole

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General discussion: methods of accommodation at the interest-rate lower bound

Proceedings - Economic Policy Symposium - Jackson Hole

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