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Evaluating the Eleventh District's Beige Book

In this study, Nathan Balke and Mine Yucel ask whether the Eleventh Federal Reserve District's Beige Book description contains timely information about economic activity within the District. They examine whether the Beige Book description tracks current Texas real gross state product (GSP) growth and current Texas employment growth. They also study whether the Beige Book has information about growth not present in other regional indicators that would have been available to analysts at the time of the Beige Book's release. They find that both the Beige Book summary and the average across ...
Economic and Financial Policy Review , Issue Q IV , Pages 2-10

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Job creation: a post-mortem?

FRBSF Economic Letter

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Comments on 2000 benchmark revisions to regional employment data

New England Economic Indicators , Issue Apr , Pages i-vi

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Maquiladoras: impact on Texas border cities

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New measures of the work force

FRBSF Economic Letter

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Regional employment dynamics

There is a widespread belief that different geographic regions of the U.S. respond differently to economic shocks, perhaps because of factors such as differences in the composition of regional output, adjustment costs, or other frictions. The author investigates the comovement of regional employment series using a common features framework. Little evidence is found to suggest that regions move synchronously; rather, it takes about three quarters before regions respond in a similar fashion to a common shock. The author identifies leading and lagging regions. None of the regional employment ...
Working Papers , Paper 97-28

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How much do expansions reduce the black-white employment gap?

Regional Review , Volume 10 , Issue Q3 , Pages 5-7

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Recent declines in work and income among men with disabilities

FRBSF Economic Letter

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\"Tough Love\": implications for redistributive policy

Jason Saving explores the economic and political implications of "tough love" for redistributive policy. The American welfare system unquestionably helps support the least fortunate among us, but, in making poverty less onerous, it may discourage employment among some individuals. Traditional notions of altruism assume that compassion for the poor is measured by one's willingness to redistribute income but to the extent that more generous support for the poor actually encourages recipiency, welfare programs simultaneously mitigate and exacerbate the problem of poverty. A "new ...
Economic and Financial Policy Review , Issue Q III , Pages 25-29

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Job flight and the airline industry: the economic impact of airports on Chicago and other metro areas

Working Paper Series, Regional Economic Issues , Paper 92-1

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