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Women Affected Most by COVID-19 Disruptions in the Labor Market

Despite gains in highly skilled jobs over the years, women experienced a higher unemployment rate than men during the 2020 recession.
The Regional Economist , Volume 29 , Issue 1

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Mapping the U.S. Production Network: Identifying Hub Industries

Identifying key suppliers and buyers could help identify the cause of certain economic downturns.
Economic Synopses , Issue 31 , Pages 1-2

How Financially Fit Are American Retirees?

From 1989 to 2016, the wealth of retired households increased in real terms. But data also indicated that wealth inequality worsened among retirees.
On the Economy

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What Are Teachers Really Paid? Adjusting Wages for Regional Differences in Cost of Living

Cost of living explains only some of the differences in teacher pay.
Economic Synopses , Issue 23 , Pages 1-2

Learning from Experience: Why Nations May Have Responded Differently to COVID-19

Countries affected by the SARS pandemic in 2002-03 appear to have responded to COVID-19 more quickly and effectively with tests and mobility restrictions.
On the Economy

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Better than Ever? The Wealth of Retired Households

Despite rising wealth inequality, most retired households in 2016 were wealthier than those in 1989.
The Regional Economist , Volume 27 , Issue 2

The Role of Innovations in Global Trade: The Shipping Container

A simple trade innovation—the use of shipping containers—may have contributed to the rapid expansion of global trade over the past 50 years.
On the Economy

Technological Innovations and Global Trade of Services

Technological innovations may give the U.S. a significant advantage in the global trade of services, which could potentially help the U.S. close its trade deficit.
On the Economy

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How Important Are Production Networks to the U.S. Economy?

As manufacturing grows more sophisticated, industries become more interconnected through production networks.
The Regional Economist , Volume 26 , Issue 4

Faster Payments, More Disruptions

New payment technologies have transformed the banking system by increasing the efficiency and mechanisms to transfer funds. How will these innovations disrupt the banking system?
On the Economy

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