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Jefferson City, Mo., Facing Same Struggles As Other State Capitals

Government employment has been a main driver of Jefferson City?s economy, more so than in many other state capitals. Now that public sectors everywhere are tightening their belts, Jefferson City?like many other communities?will look more to the private sector to maintain growth.
The Regional Economist , Issue Jan

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The Housing Supply Puzzle: Part 2, Rental Demand

In Part 1 ("Divergent Markets") of this three-part series, we document that the recent divergence in inventories of new and existing homes seems to reflect a scarcity of lower- and middle-tier homes. We now examine one potential factor contributing to this shortage: rental demand.
Economic Synopses , Issue 10 , Pages 1-2

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More Stories of Unconventional Monetary Policy

This article extends the work of Fawley and Neely (2013) to describe how major central banks have evolved unconventional monetary policies to encourage real activity and maintain stable inflation rates from 2013 through 2019. By 2013, central banks were moving from lump-sum asset purchase programs to open-ended asset purchase programs, which are conditioned on economic conditions, careful communication strategies, bank lending programs with incentives, and negative interest rates. This article reviews how central banks tailored their unconventional monetary methods to their various challenges ...
Review , Volume 103 , Issue 2 , Pages 207-270

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The Housing Supply Puzzle: Part 1, Divergent Markets

Over the past several months, the pace of U.S. home sales has shown few signs of growth, and as of February 2018, overall home sales were only slightly higher compared with year-ago levels.
Economic Synopses , Issue 9 , Pages 1-2

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The Housing Supply Puzzle: Part 3, Price Gaps

In Part 1 ("Divergent Markets") of this series, we argue that the recent divergence in housing supplies likely signals a decline in inventories of lower- and middle-tier homes nationwide. Part 2 ("Rental Demand") discusses the role that rental-market developments have played in exacerbating this shortage. In this third and final essay, we document another trend that might have contributed to the scarcity of lower- and middle-tier homes: the widening price gaps between different housing tiers.
Economic Synopses , Issue 11 , Pages 1-2

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More Stories of Unconventional Monetary Policy

This article extends the work of Fawley and Neely (2013) to describe how major central banks have evolved unconventional monetary policies to encourage real activity and maintain stable inflation rates from 2013 through 2019. By 2013, central banks were moving from lump-sum asset purchase programs to continuing asset purchase programs, which are conditioned on economic conditions, careful communication strategies, bank lending programs with incentives and negative interest rates. This article reviews how central banks tailored their unconventional monetary methods to their various challenges ...
Working Papers , Paper 2020-043

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Growth in Tech Sector Returns to Glory Days of the 1990s

Why has the technology sector experienced robust expansion since the end of the Great Recession?
The Regional Economist , Volume 25 , Issue 2

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