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Food Prices and Inflation in China and the U.S. Are Following Similar Paths

A look at food prices in the two countries helps to explain the increasing correlation in their inflation patterns. One reason why their food prices are moving together is the increased trade between the countries.
The Regional Economist

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The Efficacy of Enhanced Unemployment Benefits during a Pandemic

To help laid-off and furloughed workers, providing enhanced unemployment insurance benefits may be quicker and more efficient than using small business payroll loans.
The Regional Economist , Volume 28 , Issue 1

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The cashless society and the Federal Reserve

President's Message.
The Regional Economist

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What does a reserve bank do?

The Regional Economist

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The rise and fall of labor force participation in the U.S.

President's Message.
The Regional Economist

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Looking at Recessions through a Different Lens

Traditionally, research about recessions focused on the big picture?how the overall economy was performing. But recent economic studies have looked at the impact on specific groups. One of the interesting findings is that the highest earners are, by some measures, the most affected by recessions.
The Regional Economist

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Restructuring and economic growth: taking the long-term view

Restructuring is being blamed for much of the economy's sluggish growth. But what do we mean when we say restructuring? Is it all bad news? Is it even news at all?
The Regional Economist

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The ups and downs of inflation and the role of Fed credibility

This look at interest rates and inflation in the U.S. over the past 50 years helps to clarify ideas about the Fed?s monetary policy and its own credibility. The authors examine three periods corresponding to three different policies: when the Fed operated without credibility, when it was earning credibility and when it was operating with credibility.
The Regional Economist

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A Look at Japan's slowdown and its turnaround plan

For years, perhaps even decades, Japan?s economy has struggled with low growth and low inflation. A year ago, new policies were put into place to turn around the economy. Although there are similarities between Japan?s experience and that of other developed countries (including the U.S.), there are also many differences.
The Regional Economist

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Tapering and other key topics in U.S. monetary policy

The Regional Economist

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