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Author:Waddell, Sonya Ravindranath 

Journal Article
State Labor Markets: What Can Data Tell (or Not Tell) Us?

Econ Focus , Issue 1Q , Pages 36-39

Discussion Paper
The Future Is…Remote?

Regional Matters

Discussion Paper
Whose Land Is It? Heirs’ Property and Its Role in Generational Land Retention

Regional Matters

Journal Article
The Opioid Epidemic, the Fifth District, and the Labor Force

Economic Trends Across the Region looks at the Opioid Epidemic, the Fifth District, and the Labor Force.
Econ Focus , Issue 2Q , Pages 32-35

Journal Article
Monitoring Economic Activity in Real Time Using Diffusion Indices: Evidence from the Fifth District

We provide an analysis that parses out the conditions under which diffusion indices based on disaggregated information are informative about overall economic activity. Building on work by Pinto, Sarte, and Sharp (2015), we highlight the fact that diffusion indices, appropriately scaled, capture contributions of changes in the extensive margin -- e.g. how many sectors are growing or declining rather than by how much individual sectors are growing or declining -- to aggregate growth. In the Fifth Federal Reserve District, for example, this margin captures the bulk of variations in aggregate ...
Economic Quarterly , Issue 4Q , Pages 275-301

Discussion Paper
Gauging Unemployment Rates When Workers Are on the Sidelines

Regional Matters

Journal Article
District/State economic conditions: District economic overview ; State economic conditions

Econ Focus , Volume 12 , Issue Spr/Sum , Pages 40-47

Discussion Paper
Inflation and the Price Expectations of Firms

n the spring of 2021, inflation started to climb above the Federal Open Market Committee's (FOMC) 2 percent target. By June 2022, the inflation rate had increased to territory not seen since the early 1980s – year-over-year growth in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) reached 9.1 percent, while growth in the Personal Consumption Expenditures Price Index (PCEPI), which is followed most closely by the FOMC, hit 7.0 percent. The most recent inflation readings are still extremely elevated—7.7 percent for the CPI (October 2022) and 6.2 percent for the PCEPI (September 2022).
Regional Matters

Changing Recruiting Practices and Methods in the Tight Labor Market

The unusually tight labor market has generated a wide range of challenges for employers attempting to hire workers. A survey conducted jointly by the Richmond Fed and the Richmond Society for Human Resources Management in June 2022 continues our series on recruiting methods and practices. There is little doubt that recruiting effort for each open position has intensified in the last year, and firms have had to engage new and different techniques to attract candidates and fill open positions.
Richmond Fed Economic Brief , Volume 22 , Issue 36

Journal Article
District digest : Economic trends across the region

Econ Focus , Volume 13 , Issue Win , Pages 48-55



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