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A New Chapter for the FOMC Monetary Policy Framework
Remarks at "In Conversation: New York Fed Presidents on COVID-19" (Bretton Woods Committee Webinar).
Fulfilling our economic potential: remarks at the Association for Neighborhood & Housing Development 2019 Annual Conference, New York City
Remarks at the Association for Neighborhood & Housing Development 2019 Annual Conference, New York City.
Perspectives on the Economy, and on the Opportunities Ahead
Speech to the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce. In her first speech as president of the Boston Fed, Susan Collins touched on a broad range of topics, including monetary policy, her vision as leader of the Boston Reserve Bank, and the work being done at the Bank to support a vibrant regional and national economy.
Perspectives on the Economy and Monetary Policy
In this event, hosted by the Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy at Brookings, Susan Collins shared her perspectives on macroeconomic conditions and key dimensions of monetary policymaking in the current context.
Parsing the Pandemic’s Effects on Labor Markets
Opening Remarks at the Bank’s 66th Economic Conference, “Labor Markets During and After the Pandemic”. Potentially long-lasting effects of the pandemic on the labor market, such as increased remote work and accelerated automation of service-sector jobs, are likely to have differential effects across the workforce. Understanding these differences is important for achieving the Fed’s mission of a vibrant, inclusive economy in the wake of COVID-19.
The National and Regional Economy: Navigating Near-term Changes and Long-term Challenges
In her remarks, Susan Collins spoke briefly about monetary policy, then touched on what she has seen in the New England economy during her first six months in this role, and finally talked about an approach those at the Fed have found helps local community efforts to coalesce around challenges, in support of economic resurgence.