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How does labor adjustment in this recession compare with the past?

The authors examine how firms are adjusting their work force during the current recession in comparison with other recessions over the past 40 years.
Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Jun

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The Impact of Trade on the North American Auto Industry

On September 4–5, 2019, the Chicago Fed held a conference at its Detroit Branch to discuss trade’s role in shaping the North American auto industry. This event brought together nearly 100 attendees, including industry leaders, academics, and policymakers.
Chicago Fed Letter , Volume 427 , Issue 427

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Taming agricultural risks

On November 19, 2013, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago held a conference to explore the key risks faced by agricultural producers and lenders, as well as the risk-management tools available to them, in today?s volatile environment.
Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Jan

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Assessing the impact of job loss on workers and firms

Many economists agree that the United States? openness to competition and technological change raises our living standards, but sometimes results in job losses. This article summarizes ?Job Loss: Causes, Consequences, and Policy Responses,? a conference which was cosponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and the Joyce Foundation.
Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Apr

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Reforming deposit insurance--once again

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Nov

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Food inflation and the consumption patterns of U.S. households

In July 2008, food prices were 6.0% above their July 2007 level. This article examines how different household types have been affected by the recent rapid rise in food prices.
Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Oct

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Lessons from recent financial crisis

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Dec

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Explaining Variation in Real Wage Growth Over the Recent Expansion

In August 2019 the unemployment rate was roughly 1 percentage point below the Congressional Budget Office?s (CBO) estimate of its long-run or natural rate, nearly matching the unemployment rate gap that developed during the historically tight labor market of the late 1990s. Nevertheless, real wage growth remains well below its pace of the late 1990s and even that of the milder 2000s expansion.
Chicago Fed Letter

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A “Principled” Approach to International Guidance for Central Counterparties

Following the 2007?08 financial crisis, the G20 agreed to implement a clearing mandate, requiring all standardized over-the-counter derivatives to be cleared through a central counterparty (CCP). The central role of CCPs in post-crisis financial markets has increased the interest of both national authorities and international standard setters in CCP regulation.
Chicago Fed Letter

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Expansion picks up steam

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Feb

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