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Author:Haltom, Renee Courtois 

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Jargon Alert: Equilibrium

Econ Focus , Issue 1Q , Pages 8-8

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Out from the shadows : The run on shadow banking and a framework for reform

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Econ Focus , Volume 14 , Issue 3Q , Pages 22-25

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Policy update: Incentives for greener transportation

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Econ Focus , Volume 15 , Issue 3Q , Pages 9

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Policy update : Financial reform moves forward, challenges remain

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Econ Focus , Volume 14 , Issue 3Q , Pages 6

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Upfront: Regional news at a glance

Econ Focus , Volume 16 , Issue 1Q , Pages 2-5, 41

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Fiscal Multiplier

Jargon Alert on the Fiscal Multiplier
Econ Focus , Issue 4Q , Pages 06-06

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Upfront: Regional news at a glance

Econ Focus , Volume 17 , Issue 1Q , Pages 2-5

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What trends exist in regional housing market data?

While analysts have devoted much attention to housing market performance at the national, state, and even local level, far less attention has been paid to housing markets at the regional level. We investigate how regional vacancies, population, net migration, and other demographic variables have affected regional housing activity over several recent business cycles.
Richmond Fed Economic Brief , Issue Nov

Discussion Paper
Rural Spotlight: Advancing Early Childhood Education in Danville-Pittsylvania

Regional Matters

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Should the Fed Do Emergency Lending?

In its 100-year history, many of the Federal Reserve's actions in the name of financial stability have come through emergency lending once financial crises are underway. It is not obvious that the Fed should be involved in emergency lending, however, since expectations of such lending can increase the likelihood of crises. Arguments in favor of this role often misread history. Instead, history and experience suggest that the Fed's balance sheet activities should be restricted to the conduct of monetary policy.
Richmond Fed Economic Brief , Issue July

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