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Income Inequality

The Great Recession lowered top incomes by 4%, median incomes by 9%, and bottom incomes by 20%—due to this group’s higher long-term unemployment.

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Free(r) Trade

Despite recent changes, trade barriers have been falling. Which countries and industries have led the way?

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E-money and Privacy

E-money can provide privacy, which can be economically beneficial. Should central banks provide it or just regulate it?

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FRED Adds Some Precious Metal

FRED has added 17 daily series on the price of silver. These series depict the value of silver for major currencies through London bullion market auctions.

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Off to College?

Get the basics on higher education—including college loans.

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Potential Output

From Economic Synopses: Get a handle on how economists measure the economy’s potential.

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Some History of Women and Labor

FRASER has new content from the U.S. Women’s Bureau about women’s employment and labor legislation: The Woman Worker (1938-1942)  and Facts on Women Workers (1947-1953).

 

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Married Men Make More

Economic Synopses digs deeper into the wage gap.

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Teacher Pay

Economic Synopses looks at differences in teacher pay across the U.S.

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The Costs of a (Great) Recession

From Economic Synopses: During the Great Recession, most government support was aimed at stabilizing the financial sector.

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