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Rules and Discretion in Life Insurance Regulation

In this Chicago Fed Letter, we illustrate how regulators have used rule-based and principle-based approaches to set the minimum level of reserves and capital for insurers. We use examples to show the trend toward more principle-based regulation.
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The North American Free Trade Agreement: the ties that bind

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Sep

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Assessing the Midwest economy--a longer view

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Jul

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A “Principled” Approach to International Guidance for Central Counterparties

Following the 2007?08 financial crisis, the G20 agreed to implement a clearing mandate, requiring all standardized over-the-counter derivatives to be cleared through a central counterparty (CCP). The central role of CCPs in post-crisis financial markets has increased the interest of both national authorities and international standard setters in CCP regulation.
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Does Automation Always Lead to a Decline in Low-Wage Jobs?

To what extent are low-wage jobs in the United States being replaced by technology? Our research suggests that low-wage jobs that are intensive in routine cognitive tasks, such as cashier, were supplanted by automation during the 2000s. Moreover, since the Great Recession, jobs intensive in both routine manual and routine cognitive tasks have been negatively impacted by automation. Nevertheless, the overall effect on individual low-wage workers has been surprisingly small.
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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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1989 outlook: steady, sustainable

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Feb

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A regional approach to measures of import activity

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Nov

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Global financial crisis and economic development

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Aug

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An electronic supply chain: will payments follow?

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Sep

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