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The churn--the paradox of progress

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From brawn to brains: how immigration works for America

Immigrants help fuel the U.S. economy, representing about one in every six workers. Because of accelerated immigration and slowing U.S. population growth, foreign-born workers accounted for almost half of labor force growth over the past 15 years. Public attention has forcused mainly on the large number of low-skilled immigrant workers, but the number of high-skilled immigrants actually grew faster during the period.
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What's Next? Factors Determining the Housing Recovery's Pace

The current balance between the number of owner-occupied homes and rental units demanded, along with existing housing supply, favors a continued recovery in house prices and construction even after temporary delays attributable to severe winter weather in 2013?14. Still, the future pace of the housing recovery will reflect important supply and demand influences?the impact of new homes on supply, market developments affecting housing prices and the alternative costs of renting.
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These are the good old days: a report on U.S. living standards

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A better way: productivity and reorganization in the American economy

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Nationally, Housing Recovery Finally Gains Traction

U.S. housing markets experienced a notable boom and a painful bust during the past decade. Most recently, housing began its long-awaited recovery?the subject of the Dallas Fed?s 2013 Annual Report. In three essays, widely recognized housing expert and associate director of research John Duca shares insights on the national and regional markets and the outlook for housing.
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China Slowdown: Little Headwind for Texas

The much-heralded slowdown of growth in China presents a limited challenge to Texas? growth because of the state?s relatively small direct trade exposure.
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Regulatory Burden Rising

U.S. commercial banks face growing regulatory requirements and complexity, especially with the Dodd?Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010, which was intended to rein in excesses of the largest banks. The nation would be better served by a regulatory framework that more fully accounts for the operational differences between small and large banks.
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The new paradigm

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Two types of paper: the case for Federal Reserve independence

This essay argues that central bank independence is more important today than at any time in history. Because fiscal incentives for inflation grow as government debt grows, and in view of the huge run-up in government debt in the 1980s, with prospects for continued growth in the 1990s, we believe that the principal mission of our nation's central bank is at risk. Our aim is to provide a convincing case for the view that the power to spend money and the power to print money must be separate and independent powers within the government.
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