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The inflation issue

Over the long term, steady job growth requires low and stable inflation. In this special issue of Forefront, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland President Sandra Pianalto explains why price stability is essential for maximum employment and how the adoption of a numerical target for inflation may improve the central bank?s ability to achieve both objectives.
Forefront , Issue Spring , Pages 1-32

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How and Why the Fed Must Change in It's second century

Forefront , Issue Spring , Pages 9-12

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The Dry, Wonky, and Utterly Essential World of Financial Stability Analysis

The bankruptcy of Detroit, Women, work and war, interview with the head of the new Office of Financial Research
Forefront , Issue Fall , Pages 1-28

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Past Performance, Future Results?

Evolution of the Bank Examiner, Better Housing Policies, Interview with Barry Eichengreen
Forefront , Issue Spring , Pages 1-36

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Streamlining the System of Workforce Development

Conversations between regional workforce development stakeholders and the Federal Reserve show the need for efficiencies similiar to those at the national level
Forefront , Issue Winter , Pages 16-17

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Public pensions under stress

The financial crisis has made it all too clear that regulators failed to see into the dark corners of the financial system. With that in mind, the Federal Reserve Banks of Cleveland and Atlanta have formed a Financial Monitoring Team to study pension funds and municipal finance with an eye toward implications for the wider economy and financial system. What concerns should we have? In this article and other articles from this spring issue of Forefront, we explain where risks could be building and how reforms might help forestall their impact on the broader economy and financial system.
Forefront , Issue Spring , Pages 41 p.

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A proposal: using the CRA to fight vacancy and abandonment

In 2009, banks became the reluctant holders of more than 1,500 foreclosed properties in Cuyahoga County, Ohio. Most of these houses are in Cleveland, worth little to nothing, and in danger of remaining vacant for the foreseeable future - destined to define neighborhood decay.
Forefront , Issue Spring , Pages 6-9

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Anchors and Arts Help Redefine the Rust Belt

Forefront , Issue Winter , Pages 20-23

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Rebuilding communities

Forefront , Issue Summer , Pages 1

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The Fed's First (and Lasting) Job: Lender of Last Resorts

Forefront , Issue Spring , Pages 5-8