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Competition and bank profitability: recent evidence

A discussion of the traditional structure-performance theory and the contestable market theory as they pertain to competition and bank profitability in the banking industry. The author uses data from a sample of Ohio and Pennsylvania banks.
Economic Commentary , Issue Nov

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Looking ahead: leading indexes for Pennsylvania and New Jersey

Many policymakers and business persons are interested not only in the course of the national economy but also in the prospects for their region's economy. Since 1994, the Philadelphia Fed has published monthly indexes of coincident indicators for the states in the Third Federal Reserve District. A natural complement would be a set of leading indexes. In this article, Ted Crone and Kevin Babyak introduce leading indexes for the two largest states in the District Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Business Review , Issue May , Pages 3-14

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Affordability and availability of rental housing in Pennsylvania

The Community Affairs Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia undertook this study, Affordability and Availability of Rental Housing in Pennsylvania, to assess the housing needs of Pennsylvania's lower-income renter households and to better understand how their needs vary across the state. Our study looks at the incidence of housing problems among this group at both the beginning and the middle of the current decade. It also considers the extent to which there were shortages in the number of rental units that were both affordable and available to lower-income renters at these ...
Community Affairs Discussion Paper , Paper 09-02

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Regional Spotlight: Pension Gap Perils

Pennsylvania and New Jersey?s pension systems are severely straining their state budgets, and Delaware?s also carry shortfalls Are the significant shortfalls in tristate public pension funds actually far worse than official reports suggest?
Economic Insights , Volume 1 , Issue 2 , Pages 15-19

Journal Article
Pension Gap Perils

Pennsylvania and New Jersey?s pension systems are severely straining their state budgets, and Delaware?s also carry shortfalls Are the significant shortfalls in tristate public pension funds actually far worse than official reports suggest?
Regional Spotlight , Issue Q2 , Pages 15-19

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