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Big Mac economics

Inside the Vault , Issue Spring

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College degrees: why aren’t more people making the investment?

Inside the Vault , Issue Fall

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Reading the Fed's playbook

Inside the Vault , Issue Spring

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Employment growth in America. Lesson plan

Employment growth is one of the most fundamental aspects of a strong economy. Yet not all jobs are created equal. Some pay generously and offer desirable working conditions, while others do not. The study, "Employment Growth in America," by Christopher H. Wheeler, a St. Louis Fed economist, suggests that the nature of jobs held by workers influences economic and social outcomes. Cities that experience rapid growth in high-wage employment also tend to see increasing incomes throughout the entire labor market, not just among those who happen to hold high-paying jobs. In addition, the growth ...
Inside the Vault , Issue Fall

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Why do gasoline prices react to things that have not happened?

Inside the Vault , Issue Fall

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Oil prices: demand and supply. Lesson plan

Upon completion of this lesson, students will be able to list the determinants of demand and supply, recognize which factors will cause demand curves or supply curves to shift, determine equilibrium using a demand/supply graph, and show the effects on price and quantity when equilibrium changes.
Inside the Vault , Issue Spring

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U.S. income inequality: it’s not so bad

Inside the Vault , Issue Spring

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Low interest rates have benefits …and costs

Inside the Vault , Issue Spring

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Just sign here: bottom-line personal finance myths. Lesson plans

Consumers must make many financial decisions, from basic spending and saving to complex investment choices and retirement planning. What does an individual need to do or know to be financially literate? At a minimum, consumers must be able to keep track of their cash resources and their payment obligations, and they must know how to apply for a loan. This lesson helps students develop a basic understanding of credit and the importance of a credit history. Students will learn how a credit history affects their lives.
Inside the Vault , Issue Fall

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Extra credit: the rise of short-term liabilities

Inside the Vault , Issue Fall

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