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Series:The Regional Economist  Bank:Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis 

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Financial Markets Signal Concern about U.S. Economic Growth
Markets are increasingly worried about the risk of recession, but economic data are mixed.
AUTHORS: Kliesen, Kevin L.
DATE: 2019

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Man the lifeboats!
AUTHORS: Kliesen, Kevin L.
DATE: 2009-01

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Questions about the budget deficit of the U.S. have no easy answers
This Q&A on the federal deficit is a preview of the "Dialogue with the Fed" that the public is invited to Oct. 18 at the St. Louis Fed.
AUTHORS: Emmons, William R.
DATE: 2011-10

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Should we ax the capital gains tax?
AUTHORS: Meyer, Andrew P.
DATE: 1995-07

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Economists weigh all the costs of health care
In evaluating health-care plans, economists look for the not-so-obvious costs, such as those related to adverse side effects, patients' lost productivity and even volunteers' time.
AUTHORS: Hokayem, Charles
DATE: 2002-07

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The rise and fall of labor force participation in the U.S.
President's Message.
AUTHORS: Bullard, James B.
DATE: 2014-04

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Tales from the flood
AUTHORS: Melzer, Thomas C.
DATE: 1993-10

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A Spring-loaded economy?
AUTHORS: Kliesen, Kevin L.
DATE: 2014-01

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Why health care matters and the current debt does not
All of the attention given to raising the debt ceiling this past summer might lead some to believe that spending by the federal government only recently became unsustainable. Hardly. We've been on this path a long time.
AUTHORS: Juvenal, Luciana; Fawley, Brett W.
DATE: 2011-10

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Workers Abroad Are Catching Up to U.S. Skill Levels
Although U.S. workers still command a considerable lead with respect to most countries in the world, it is remarkable how strongly other countries have been able to catch up over the past 60 years. From essentially being the sole provider of high-skill workers for both the U.S. and the world economies, U.S. workers must compete, domestically and internationally, in knowledge and skills with workers from many other countries. No matter how tough the challenges brought on by more competition become, American workers?of all education levels?can obtain productive opportunities from knowledge emerging from the rest of the world.
AUTHORS: Monge-Naranjo, Alexander
DATE: 2017

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