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Whither the community bank? a conference summary

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue May

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Central Counterparty Risk Management: Beyond Default Risk

On October 17, 2017, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago held its fourth annual Central Counterparty (CCP) Risk Management Conference: Beyond Default Risk. Attendees included representatives from regulators, CCPs, clearing members, and end-user market participants from across North America, Europe, and Asia. Panelists and keynote speakers discussed the challenges for CCPs and market participants that arise from stresses other than a clearing member default
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Future state business tax reforms: a conference summary

On September 17, 2007, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Ernst & Young, and the Office of Tax Policy Research at the University of Michigan?s Ross School of Business brought together over 120 business people, academics, and public policymakers to examine the changing dynamics of state business taxation.
Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Dec

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After big gains, challenges for small business

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Mar

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Drought

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Oct

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The disappearance of manufacturing?

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Jun

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Dollar drop helps those who help themselves

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Mar

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State tax revenues over the business cycle: patterns and policy responses

State tax revenues have become far more sensitive to changing economic conditions since the turn of the century. The authors document this increasing volatility and offer suggestions for what state governments might do to better manage their tax revenues to avoid or minimize dramatic fiscal downturns.
Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Jun

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Globally competitive agriculture and the Midwest: a conference summary

On September 29, 2006, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and the Chicago Council on Global Affairs held a joint conference on the linkages between global competition in agriculture and the Midwest. This conference brought together industry experts and academics involved in agriculture to discuss the effects of globalization on the Midwest economy.
Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Dec

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Catastrophe Bonds: A Primer and Retrospective

Since 1997, the catastrophe (CAT) bond market has provided the insurance industry with protections against natural disasters that have grown more frequent and costly. This article explains how CAT bonds work, and then looks at how the market for them has grown in size, coverage, and sophistication over the past two decades. It also explores how and why different types of institutions use CAT bonds to transfer insurance risks.
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