Building a Healthy Long-Term Economy: Economy League of Greater Philadelphia, Philadelphia PA July 13, 2016
President Patrick T. Harker presents his economic outlook at the Economy League of Greater Philadelphia's 2016 World Class Summit. He also offers his views on monetary policy.
The Intrinsic Value of Inclusive Growth
Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker outlined the goals of the Bank?s Economic Growth & Mobility Project during his keynote address to the Pennsylvania Economic Association?s annual meeting in Reading, PA. ?Inclusive growth is good for the overall economy,? he said
Linking Community Banks and Fintech Platforms
Speaking at the Joint Virtual Fintech Partnership Symposium, Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker stressed the vitally important role community banks play in the economy and noted the risks smaller banks face in adopting new technologies. Hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia and the Conference of State Bank Supervisors, the event highlighted fintech options for community banks and credit unions.
The Economic Outlook for Delaware and the Nation Amid COVID-19
Patrick T. Harker, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, told the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce that he foresees an uneven economic recovery for the state. He presented his remarks via conference call.
Conference on Technology-Enabled Disruption: Implications for Business, Labor Markets, and Monetary Policy
Introductory Remarks: Panel on Broader Labor Market Implications of Technology-Enabled Disruption. Philadelphia Fed President Patrick T. Harker recently spoke in Dallas about advances in technology and how it's vitally important that we educate and train U.S. workers to meet the needs of a changing labor market.
Hanging a Question Mark
Fed?s Harker Speaks at Management Science?s 65th Anniversary Conference. Philadelphia Fed President Patrick T. Harker gave remarks focusing on technology, automation, and the importance of human insight at Management Science?s 65th Anniversary Conference in Boston. ?In my experience, you run into trouble when you start thinking your model can do all the work,? he said.
Credentials, Colleges, and Economic Mobility Uneven Outcomes in the Labor Market: Understanding Trends and Identifying Solutions
Patrick T. Harker, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, told a virtual audience that the lack of economic mobility throughout American society is a “profound moral problem” and argued that now is the time to “to experiment with new models and new pathways to success.” He spoke at the Uneven Outcomes in the Labor Market: Understanding Trends and Identifying Solutions conference.
Trade and Training
"Trade fosters peace and cooperation? among nations, said Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker in a June 27 speech to the European Economics and Financial Centre in London, UK. But he said help should be given to the workers and industries that are negatively affected by trade
An Economic Outlook - Main Line Chamber of Commerce
Inflation, GDP growth, and the labor market are ?displaying considerable strength? and indicate a robust American economy, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia President Patrick T. Harker said today in remarks to the Main Line Chamber of Commerce.
Central Banking and Its Discontents? Athenaeum of Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA
The value of the U.S. central bank's structure in strengthening local and national economies was underscored by Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia President Patrick T. Harker during a speech today at the Athenaeum of Philadelphia.