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Author:Phelps, Hailey 

Discussion Paper
2020 Census: A Look at the Fifth District

Regional Matters

Briefing
How Do Small Business Finance and Monetary Policy Interact?

Richmond Fed Economic Brief , Volume 20 , Issue 11 , Pages 6 pgs.

Journal Article
When Interstates Paved the Way: The construction of the Interstate Highway System helped to develop the U.S. economy

Econ Focus , Volume 26 , Issue 2/3Q , Pages 24-27

Discussion Paper
Breaking Down the Decline in Public School Enrollment

Regional Matters

Discussion Paper
Shifting Populations: Results From 2021 Census Estimates

When the COVID-19 pandemic first began in the United States in 2020, many workers started working full time from home. The expansion of remote work allowed a growing number of people to see a future in which where they worked and where they lived did not have to be one in the same. As workers became less tethered to their offices in big cities, stories emerged, including from our own outreach, of workers moving away from urban cores in favor of more rural areas. But do the stories align with what the data tell us?
Regional Matters

Discussion Paper
Communities Are Still Facing Disruptions: Is Recovery in Sight?

Regional Matters

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