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Taming agricultural risks

On November 19, 2013, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago held a conference to explore the key risks faced by agricultural producers and lenders, as well as the risk-management tools available to them, in today?s volatile environment.
Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Jan

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Technology’s Impact on Farming and the Rural Midwest

On November 27, 2018, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago held a conference to explore the opportunities and challenges presented by new technologies to farms and rural areas in the Midwest and other parts of the U.S. Experts from academia, industry, and policy institutions gathered to discuss how technological advances have reshaped the rural economy and how they may affect its future.
Chicago Fed Letter

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Labor Issues Facing Agriculture and the Rural Midwest

Agriculture; Employment; Labor market; Midwest;
Chicago Fed Letter

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Is there still an investment overhang, and if so, should we worry about it?

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue May

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Agricultural trends and paths toward the future - a conference summary

On December 1, 2009, the Chicago Fed held a conference that examined issues shaping the future of Midwest agriculture, with a focus on public policy implications. This conference gathered experts from academia, industry, and policy institutions to discuss trends and possibilities for agriculture in the region and across the nation.
Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Feb

Working Paper
Oil prices and aggregate economic activity: a study of eight OECD countries

Working Papers , Paper 9613

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The Downturn in Agriculture: Implications for the Midwest and the Future of Farming

Prices for key agricultural products have fallen from their peaks in recent years, while input costs have not fallen as much. Consequently, many farm operations in the Midwest have had lower revenues and thinner profit margins?and some even losses. On November 29, 2016, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago held a conference to examine the agricultural downturn in the Midwest and discuss future directions for farming.
Chicago Fed Letter

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Midwest Agriculture’s Ties to the Global Economy

Over a number of decades, agricultural exports have become increasingly important to the bottom line of farmers in the Midwest and other parts of the nation. Moreover, imports of food products from around the world have helped increase business activity here and enhanced the lives of U.S. consumers. On November 28, 2017, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago held a conference to explore issues surrounding agricultural trade, particularly those pertinent to the Midwest economy.
Chicago Fed Letter

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The intersection of Midwest agriculture and rural development

On November 9, 2010, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago held a conference on rural development and the role of midwestern agriculture. Experts from academia, industry and policy institutions, including U.S. Department of Agriculture Deputy Secretary Kathleen A. Merrigan, discussed rural employment generated by agriculture, the impacts of agricultural amenities on rural areas and policy directions for agriculture and rural development.
Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Jan

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Improving Midwest Agriculture and the Environment

On November 20, 2019, the Chicago Fed held a conference to examine environmental issues related to Midwest agriculture, with a particular focus on conservation practices. Experts from academia, the farming and food industries, and policy institutions gathered to discuss how to keep the region’s farms economically viable while improving the sustainability of its natural resources.
Chicago Fed Letter , Issue 431

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