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The case of the reluctant recovery

Anecdotal evidence has it that the 1990-91 downturn was a predominantly white-collar, or middle management, recession. The data, however, show that the recession affected virtually all occupational groups. Moreover, by standards of past recessions, the 1990-91 downturn was relatively mild. It is the failure of employment to recover that is unusual. Evidence presented here indicates that the economys behavior results from a blend of cyclical and structural factors, with the structural factors delaying the recovery.
Economic Review , Volume 78 , Issue Jul , Pages 3-13

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Why aren't we creating more jobs? Job growth usually rebounds quickly after a severe recession, but this time is different

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Econ Focus , Volume 15 , Issue 3Q , Pages 12-16

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Flexible workforce: the role of temporary workers in recession and recovery

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Econ Focus , Volume 15 , Issue 1Q , Pages 21-23, 38

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President's message: Economic growth: two possible paths

Econ Focus , Volume 15 , Issue 2Q , Pages 1

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Triangulating the recession : Knowledge jobs lend resistance, but not immunity to downturn

The Triangle region of North Carolina may not be recession-proof, but it's surely cushioned by its mix of high-skilled jobs in fields such as the life sciences, pharmaceuticals, and math-intensive professions.
Econ Focus , Volume 14 , Issue 4Q , Pages 24-25

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Research spotlight: Are new graduates left behind in a recession?

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Econ Focus , Volume 16 , Issue 2Q/3Q , Pages 11

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What causes recoveries? How good policy and good luck can trigger the upward side of the business cycle

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Econ Focus , Volume 14 , Issue 4Q , Pages 14-16, 35

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Recession on the eve of retirement : Losses from the recession will cause some boomers to delay retirement, but many others will actually rush into it

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Econ Focus , Volume 15 , Issue 4Q , Pages 26-28, 38

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Did the Great Recession Increase Skill Requirements?

Research Spotlight on "Do Recessions Accelerate Routine-Biased Technological Change? Evidence from Vacancy Postings." Brad Hershbein and Lisa B. Kahn. American Economic Review, July 2018, vol. 108, no. 7, pp. 1737-1772.
Econ Focus , Issue 3Q , Pages 7-7

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Reading the Tea Leaves of the U.S. Business Cycle—Part One

The study of the business cycle—fluctuations in aggregate economic activity between times of widespread expansion and contraction—is one of the foremost pursuits in macroeconomics. But even distinguishing periods of expansion and recession can be challenging. In this post, we discuss different conceptual approaches to dating the business cycle, study their past performance for the U.S. economy, and highlight the informativeness of labor market indicators.
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