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Can monetary policy affect GDP growth?

We merely want to see whether, historically, fast growth of the monetary base has been associated with faster growth of real output.
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Real estate bubbles and weak recoveries

The slow economic recovery may be, at least in part, the natural result of the real estate bubble.
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Employment and Capacity Utilization Over the Business Cycle

Capacity and employment are affected by cyclical factors, but employment must also adjust to structural factors.
Economic Synopses , Issue 19 , Pages 1-2

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The European debt crisis and U.S. economic growth

The recent strengthening of the correlations between U.S. GDP growth and that of Mexico, Canada, and Euro-19 validates further consideration of the performance of U.S. trade partners for growth.
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Geographic Disparity in the U.S. Population

About half the U.S. population resides on less than 200,000 square miles; the rest is spread over more than 3 million square miles.
Economic Synopses , Issue 27

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Long-Run Economic Effects of Changes in the Age Dependency Ratio

A decrease in the labor force and an increase in the elderly population could slow economic growth.
Economic Synopses , Issue 17 , Pages 1-2

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Labor market update

There has been a significant and steady drop in the unemployment rate since late 2009, but unemployment duration remains high and employment as a percentage of the working-age population has not recovered.
Economic Synopses , Issue 7

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Why the 2009 Recovery Act Didn’t Improve the Nation’s Highways

Little of the Recovery Act?s highway funds were actually spent on improving highways.
Economic Synopses , Issue 14 , Pages 1-3

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The Heterogeneous Impacts of Rising Inflation

Rising inflation rates will have larger effects on some groups than others.
Economic Synopses , Issue 21 , Pages 1-2

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Oil Prices: Is Supply or Demand Behind the Slump?

A standard decomposition suggests the role of oil supply (understood as the current physical availability of crude) has been small.
Economic Synopses , Issue 8

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