Read More Special Report The second edition of this special report is a comprehensive look at the industry clusters, history and demographics shaping 12 of Texas' metropolitan areas, four of which are new to the report.
Read More Economic Letter Elevated inflation traditionally accompanies prolonged low unemployment rates, such as those currently observed in the U. However, price pressures have remained comparatively restrained, prompting further examination.
The Economic Review is a quarterly research publication with articles by Kansas City Fed staff on macroeconomics and monetary policy, regional and international economics, banking, financial markets, and payments systems.
The Economic Bulletin offers snapshots of the Kansas City Fed's latest economic findings and perspectives on national economic conditions and issues related to monetary policy, industries and markets.
This conference will bring together researchers from around the globe to discuss topics such as quantifying the climate risk faced by households, firms, and the financial system; measuring the economic costs and consequences of climate change; accounting for the effects of climate change on financial asset prices; and understanding the potential implications of climate change for monetary, supervisory, and trade policy.
Frank Elderson, member of the Governing Board of the Netherlands Central Bank and chair of the Network for Greening the Financial System, will deliver keynote remarks. A new and less familiar economic environment has emerged in the United States and other countries.
They discuss economic issues, implications and policy options.
The proceedings include papers, commentary and discussion from the Kansas City's Fed's biennial payments policy conference.
These papers are written by Richmond Fed economists, in some cases in collaboration with outside economists.
They represent work prepared for later publication or presentation to professional meetings.